Ole Bischof added a second gold for Germany when the former European champion upset Asian champion Kim Jae Bum of South Korea in the men's 81kg judo final. (来源：英语杂志 http://www.EnglishCN.com)
Japan, judo's birth country, collected its second gold in the sport when Athens Olympic champion Ayumi Tanamoto achieved back-to-back victory in the women's 63kg category.
In shooting, Jin Hong Oh ended South Korea's 16-year Olympic gold drought when he edged Kim Jong Su of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea by 0.2 points to grab the men's 50m pistol title.
Chinese veteran Tan Zongliang, a four-time Olympian, fared poorly in the 10-shot final and had to settle for a bronze.
The men's double trap gold went to American Glenn Eller, who set an Olympic record of 190 hits.
In men's basketball, China pushed world champion Spain to overtime before losing 85-75 in a preliminary round game.
In women's soccer, China downed Argentina 2-0 to advance to the quarterfinals, Brazil also reached the last eight after a 3-1 comebck win over Nigeria.
In Hong Kong, Hinrich Romeike claimed the equestrian individual eventing gold on "Marius", two hours after leading Germany to the team crown.
(Xinhua News Agency August 13, 2008)