LONDON - Canada won its first medal of the 2012 Summer Games on Day 2, which is a better pace than Beijing four years ago when crickets chirped for the first seven days.
Emilie Heymans of St.-Lambert, Que., became the first Canadian to win a medal in four consecutive summer Olympics when she and Jennifer Abel of Laval, Que., won bronze in synchronized diving.
The diving duo was Canada's best chance at a medal Sunday and they delivered.
_ The bronze in synchronized diving.
_ The women's eight rowing team winning its heat, and advancing to Thursday's final.
_ The women's gymnastics team qualifying for Tuesday's team final, with Brittany Rogers of Coquitlam, B.C., and Elsabeth Black of Halifax earning berths in the vault final.
_ Brittany MacLean making the women's 400-metre freestyle final in the 18-year-old's Olympic debut. She was seventh.
_ Julie Wilkinson of Stratford, Ont., and Tera Van Beilen of Oakville, Ont., miss qualifying for the finals of their swim events by one spot.
_ Annie Martin of Sherbrooke, Que., and Marie-Andree Lessard of Ville LaSalle, Que., dropping their opening beach volleyball match to host Britain in three sets.
_ Toronto judoka Sasha Mehmedovic losing in the second round of the 66-kilogram division to eventual bronze medallist Masashi Ebinuma of Japan.
There are no strong medal chances for Canada on Day 3.