Athletes with ties to Kentucky who are competing in Olympic events on Sunday (All times EDT):
Tyson Gay (Lafayette High School) — Track and field: Men's 100 meters for USA. Semifinals at 2:45 p.m. Finals at 4:50 p.m.
Reed Kessler (Lexington resident) — Equestrian: Show jumping for USA. Individual and team qualifying rounds, 6 a.m.
Angel McCoughtry (University of Louisville) — Women's basketball: USA vs. China in pool-play game, 11:45 a.m.
Rondel Sorrillo (University of Kentucky) — Track and field: 100 meters for Trinidad and Tobago. Semifinals at 2:45 p.m. Finals at 4:50 p.m.
How Kentucky athletes fared:
Dotsie Bausch (Lexington native) — Cycling: Women's team pursuit for USA. Great Britain set a world record, and Bausch and her teammates settled for a silver medal. The Americans at least gave the impression that they wouldn't make it easy on the dominant British, breaking the U.S. record with a 3:19.406 during their qualifying run.
Anthony Davis (University of Kentucky) — Men's basketball: Lithuania kept the game close, so that kept Davis on the bench for all of Team USA's 99-94 victory.
Claire Donahue (Western Kentucky University) — Swimming: Donahue, who swam for the USA in the women's 4-by-100 medley relay preliminaries on Friday, didn't compete in Saturday's finals, but earned a gold medal nonetheless when the Americans set a world record.
Tyson Gay (Lafayette High School) — Track and field: Pushed by Richard Thompson of Trinidad and Tobago, Gay did not let up while winning his heat in the 100 meters in 10.08. Thompson was next in 10.14.
Reed Kessler (Lexington resident) — Equestrian: All three Americans, including the 18-year-old Kessler, advanced to the next round of show jumping.
Richard Lambourne (Louisville native) — Men's volleyball: The United States took a two-set lead against Russia in preliminary round play, but ultimately lost 3-2. It snapped an 11-match winning streak for the United States in Olympic play, dating back to the team's undefeated march to the gold medal in Beijing.
Jenna Martin (University of Kentucky) — Track and field: Martin, competing for Canada, ran the 400 meters in 52.83 seconds in the semifinals to finish 23rd overall.
Rondel Sorrillo (University of Kentucky) — Track and field: Sorrillo advanced to the 100-meter semifinals after finishing third in his heat in 10.05 seconds. Sorrillo, running for Trinidad and Tobago, will line up next to Tyson Gay in the semifinals.