Lizzie Armitstead wins Britain's first medal
Cyclist Lizzie Armitstead won Britain's first medal, a silver for the women's road race, after a nail-biting race in which she was narrowly beaten to the gold by Dutch rider Marianne Voss. The 23-year-old said: 'To be the first Olympic medallist at your home Games is something I cannot get my head round.'
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