Gay Olympians, Day 10: Lisa Raymond Loses, Then Wins, Bronze

Aug 5, 2012; London, United Kingdom; Mike Bryan (USA) and Lisa Raymond (USA) celebrate after winning the bronze medal match against Sabine Lisicki (GER) and Christopher Kas (GER) in the mixed doubles competition during the London 2012 Olympic Games at Wim

Raymond lost the bronze medal in women's doubles but won the mixed-doubles medal. French and Brazilian handball into quarters.

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Seimone Augustus, USA, Basketball
Team USA pounded China, 114-66, taking the top spot in their group. Augustus scored 8 points with 3 rebounds and 2 assists. The U.S. will take on Canada in the quarterfinals on Tuesday.

Alexandra Lacrabere, France, Handball
In a rare match between two teams with out lesbians, Lacrabere bested Rikke Skov and Denmark, 30-24. Lacrabere scored once on six shots with seven assists. France plays Montenegro on Tuesday in the quarterfinals.

Mayssa Pessoa, Brazil, Handball
Brazil beat Angola, 29-26, to close out their group play. Brazil won Group A; They play Norway in the quarterfinals on Tuesday.

Lisa Raymond, USA, Tennis
After winning the first set in the bronze-medal match, Raymond and partner Liezel Hu

In mixed doubles, Raymond and partner Mike Bryan won the bronze medal, beating Germans Sabine Lisicki and Christopher Kas, 6-3, 4-6, (10)-(4). Mixed doubles had not been an Olympic event since 1924. Raymond is the second out athlete to win a medal in these Games.

Rikke Skov, Denmark, Handball
As mentioned above, Skov and the Danes lost to France. Skov scored one goal on seven shots. The Danes only eeked out one win in the Olympics, so they are out of the competition.

Olympic Medal Count: 把它吸......Translation: Suck it (via sbnation)

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