Rio 2016 picture this: Top 10 day 2 moments
Two medals for Team GB, shock Tennis exits and a 19th gold medal for one competitor, Yahoo Sport compiles the Top 10 Day 2 Moments of the Olympics.
1. Peaty wins gold
Adam Peaty of Great Britain celebrates after winning the final of the Men's 100m Breaststroke at the Olympic Aquatic Stadium.
2. Rio 2016: Spaghetti and a nap - Phelps' recovery regime
If you thought Michael Phelps' post-race eating requirements were complex, you'd be mistaken - spaghetti fuels the most-decorated Olympian.
3. Tennis - Men's Singles First Round
2016 Rio Olympics - Tennis - Preliminary - Men's Singles First Round - Olympic Tennis Centre - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - 07/08/2016. Novak Djokovic (SRB) of Serbia reacts after losing his match against Juan Martin Del Potro (ARG) of Argentina
4. Jazz Carlin claims silver for Britain as Katie Ledecky wins 400m freestyle
Britain's Jazz Carlin reacts after competing in the Women's 400m Freestyle heats during the swimming event at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Olympic Aquatics Stadium in Rio de Janeiro
5. Murray brothers suffer shock first-round defeat to Brazil duo
Andy Murray (GBR) of United Kingdom and Jamie Murray (GBR) of United Kingdom are seen during their match against Thomaz Bellucci (BRA) of Brazil and Andre Sa (BRA) of Brazil
6. Van Vleuten suffers fractured spine
Despite earlier being described as "okay" following a heavy crash, Annemiek van Vleuten has suffered small fractures to her spine.
7. Kelmendi wins Kosovo's first ever medal
Judoka Majlinda Kelmendi has become Kosovo's first Olympic medallist after beating Odette Giuffrida in the women's 52kg to take gold.
8. Sjostrom breaks world record in 100 metre butterfly final
Sarah Sjostrom secured gold in the women's 100 metre butterfly, beating her own world record in the process.
9. Williams sisters suffer first Olympics doubles loss
Venus and Serena Williams had never lost an Olympic doubles match before Sunday.
10. Kruse takes fourth in fencing
Richard Kruse of Great Britain competes with Alexander Massialas of the United States during Men's Individual Foil Finals. He went on to lose this semi-final, before being defeated in the bronze-medal match.