China Adds Medals In Trampoline And Badminton, Cuba Wins Second Gold

As Day 7 of the 2012 Summer Olympics rolls on, China has picked up two more medals to add to their count. China's Dong Dong was able to pick up a gold medal in the Men's Trampoline with a winning score of 62.99. Dong wasn't the only one to medal for China in the event as Chunlong Lu also picked up the bronze medal with a score of 61.319.

China aded two more medals in Badminton, as both Chinese team's in the Mixed Doubles made the gold medal round, securing the gold and silver medal for China. Another bronze medal was added for China with Xiaoxiang Dai taking third place in Men's Individual Archery.

Idalys Ortiz picked up Cuba's second gold medal for the 2012 Summer Games, defeating Japan's Mika Sugimoto in Women's 78 kg Judo. Cuba's only other gold medal came in the Men's 25m Rapid Fire Pistol.

French judoka Teddy Riner took home the Men's 100 kg Judo gold as well, defeating silver medal winner MIKHAYLIN Alexander Mikhaylin of Russia in the gold medal round. Germany's Andreas Toelzer and Brazil's Rafael Silve both came away with bronze medals in the 100 kg Men's Judo.

For more on the Olympics, check out SB Nation's London 2012 Olympics Hub.

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