LONDON - Canada has gone back-to-back days without a medal for the first time at these Olympic Games.
After a solid first half, Canada remains stalled at 10 medals, including one gold.
The goal is a top-12 finish in the overall medal standings. Canada is tied for 11th with the Netherlands.
_ Adam Van Koeverden of Oakville, Ont., looks impressive in advancing to Wednesday's final of K-1 1,000 metres. Mark Oldershaw, also of Oakville, reaches final of C-1 1,000 metres.
_ Edmonton track cyclist Tara Whitten is within striking distance of the podium in fourth heading into Tuesday's deciding day of the six-race omnium.
_ Alex Despatie of Laval, Que., and Francois Imbeau-Dulac of Saint-Lazare, Que., qualify for springboard diving semifinals.
_ Despite a heroic hat trick by Vancouver's Christine Sinclair, the women's soccer team falls 4-3 in extra time to the U.S. in the semifinal and will play for bronze.
_ Former world champion boxer Mary Spencer of Windsor, Ont., is eliminated in her opening bout by Jinzi Li of China.
_ Canada's only real medal chance of the day — and a longshot at best — didn't pan out. Eric Lamaze of Schomberg, Que., Ian Millar of Perth, Ont., and Jill Henselwood of Oxford Mills, Ont., finish fifth in team show jumping.
_ Judges ranked the synchronized swim team of Marie-Pier Boudreau Gagnon of Riviere-du-Loup, Que., and Elise Marcotte of Quebec City fourth after their free routine. The Canadians swim "Jester" again Tuesday for a medal, but there's not a lot of movement in the rankings in synchro swimming.
Canada's best medal chance Tuesday is Whitten in the omnium.
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