1123 Lots of focus on the empty seats at some Olympic venues. Do you think tickets should be re-sold to members of the public? Get in touch and let us know.
1135: Meanwhile back in competition, the first of women's archery round of 16 eliminators has finished, and it's bad news for the United States. Miranda Leek has been beaten by Italy's Pia Lonetti, with the match-up between Mexico's Aida Roman and Bombayla Devi Laishram of India just getting started.
1140: In the pool, China’s swimmers are having the meet of their lives in London. Sun Yang wins the celebration of the Games so far following his victory in the men’s 400m freestyle final, while compatriot Ye Shiwen produced a jaw-dropping performance in the women’s 400m individual medley final on Saturday. The 16-year-old (yes, 16), swam her final 50m freestyle split faster than the men’s champion Ryan Lochte did in the men’s final. That is nothing short of astonishing. She was out in force again for the women’s 200m individual medley heats this morning, decimating her opponents with panache.
1157:With the ongoing ticketing issues, it is easy to forget about the vast amount of sport currently taking place. In the tennis, Australia's Lleyton Hewitt is back at the scene of his 2002 Wimbledon triumph taking on Ukrainian Sergiy Stakhovsky. He currently leads 3-1 in the opening set.
1158: Also at Wimbledon is CNN's Ben Wyatt. He has been speaking to fans at the All England Club about their experiences of the ticketing system...
1204: Thank you Tom, who drags himself off to the kitchen for well-deserved sustenance. is that smoke I see billowing from his fingertips? Let me take you over to Lord's, in north-west London, home of the world's best archers for 2012, where one of the most remarkable athletes of these Games is in action...
1209: The hallowed turf at Lord's, usually the home of the quintessentially English sport of cricket, is currently occupied by Im Dong-hyun. The South Korean is legally blind in one eye yet that hasn't prevented him from becoming the world record holder in the men's individual competition.
1213: "When I look down the range at the target all I can do is try to distinguish between the different colors," says Im. His ratio between his left and right eye is at 10%, so aiming for a target 230 feet away is impossible. However, he relies on using the same finely tuned drawing motion to maintain his accuracy and has rejected offers of corrective eye surgeries. "For me, seeing the target and not seeing the target doesn't make any difference," he says. What. An. Athlete.
1240: Touche John, if ever there was a story ripe for that headline...There were further concerns for Games organizers LOCOG, who has also had to check the welding on all its temporary seating across the British capital after a number of seats collapsed at field hockey's Riverbank Arena. And to cap it all off, it rained for most of Sunday. The Great British Summer continues...
1246: For a man accustomed to nothing less than Olympic gold, the past two days of competition in London have been nothing short of average for Michael Phelps. His first ever Olympic silver in the men's 4x100m relay followed a fourth-placed finish in the 400m individual medley on Saturday.
1247: However, the 16-time Olympic champion has the opportunity to get back to the top of the podium in the men's 200m butterfly, with the medal race taking place on Tuesday evening. Definitely worth watching his interview with Piers Morgan this evening.
1250: It seems the ticket returns are offering some of the best value entertainment at the Olympic Park. Considering a basketball match on average runs well over two hours, that £5 ($7) will go a very long way. Hope you get some of the good stuff Danny.
1316: The Royal Artillery Barracks in Woolwich, south-east London, is where the men's skeet shooting gold medal will be contested this afternoon. Among those in contention for the title is Qatar's Nasser Al-Attiyah, who has one of the best Road to London stories around...
1327: Moldoveanu claims Romania's first gold medal of the Games but it's the bronze medal which has the packed rafters at the Royal Artillery Barracks in raptures. Gagan Narang finishes takes the final spot on the podium, much to the delight of the Indian fans there to see golden boy Abhinav Bindra defend his title. Bindra, who won India's first ever individual gold medal in Beijing, finished 16th.