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Monday 28 July 2014

London Olympics 2012: How Northern Ireland's athletes finished

Lisa Kearney (Judo) From Belfast — Lost 48kg opener in extra time.

Sycerika McMahon (Swimming) From Portaferry — Knocked out in heats of 200m Individual Medley and 100m breaststroke.

Alan Campbell (Rowing) From Coleraine — Bronze medal in Single Sculls.

Peter Chambers and Richard Chambers (Rowing) From Coleraine — Silver medal in Lightweight Fours.

Paddy Barnes (Boxing) From Belfast - Defeated in semi-finals by China’s Zou Shiming. Won a bronze medal.

Michael Conlan (Boxing) From Belfast — Lost to Cuban Robeisy Ramirez Carrazana in the semi-finals, but another bronze winner.

Wendy Houvenaghel (Cycling) From Upperlands — Did not feature in GB’s victorious Women’s Team Pursuit line-up.

Martyn Irvine (Cycling) From Newtownards — 13th in Omnium.

David McCann (Cycling) From Belfast — 55th in Men's Road Race, 27th in Men’s Time Trial.

Ryan Seaton and Matt McGovern (Sailing) From Carrickfergus and|Bangor — 14th in Men’s 49er.

James Espey (Sailing) From Bangor — Finished 36th.

Melanie Nocher (Swimming) From Newtownards — Knocked out in 100m and 200m backstroke heats.

Hannah Craig (Canoe Slalom) From Armoy — Finished 10th in Women’s Kayak final.

Aileen Morrison (Triathlon) From Derry — Finished 43rd.

Iain Lewers (Hockey) From Carryduff — GB lost 2-1 to Australia in the play-off for the bronze medal.

Na Liu (Table Tennis) From Belfast — GB beaten 3-0 by North Korea in women’s team first round.

Gavin Noble (Triathlon) From Enniskillen — Finished 23rd.

Chloe Magee (Badminton) From Raphoe — Knocked out in group stage.

Joseph Murphy (Equestrian) Based in Killyleagh — helped Ireland to fifth in team event. Finished 14th in individual event.

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