TDTV Olympic Update – Day 9

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A comprehensive wrap of Day 9 of the London Olympic Games –

Good news

Usain Bolt creates Olympic history, winning the 100m final in a time of 9.64 seconds.

19 year old Aussie, Steve Solemen has qualified for the 400m final.

The womens waterpolo narrowly through to the semi-finals.

Andy Murray has beaten Roger Federer to claim the men’s singles tennis gold medal for Great Britain. As the patriotic tidal wave of support continues to surge Great Britain to Olympic glory.

We can look forward to some podium finishes in the sailing, cycling and Michael Diamond leads the men’s trap shooting.

Australian 400m hurdler Lauren Boden scraped into the semi-finals by just two hundredths of second.

Anna Meares’ bid for a gold medal from these Games is still alive in the sprint competition

Opal’s win again.

Bad news –

O’Shea salvages fifth place in the mens sprint.

Kookaburra’s had a scare and drew with Great Britain.

No luck in the diving.

Women’s boxing debut’s at Olympic’s

Aussie Naomi Fischer-Rasmussen failed to progress past the first round in women’s boxing.