Last Updated: July 31, 2012 7:36pm
Naomi Folkard: Knocked out in the round of 32 by Mexico's Mariana Avitia
Team GB archer Naomi Folkard exited the women's individual competition after losing her round of 32 match to Mexico's Mariana Avitia.
Kidderminster bowman Folkard had performed well to claim a hard-earned victory in the first elimination phase.
She came from behind to take down Russia's Kristina Timofeeva 6-4, but found her Mexican rival too tough an opponent in the next stage.
Avitia, ranked 10th in the competition to Folkard's 42nd, was a 6-2 winner against the home favourite - winning the middle two sets and drawing the first and last.
Alison Williamson, one of the record-equalling six-time British Olympians on duty in London, followed Folkard out of the competition with a first-round defeat.
Having placed a disappointing 47th in the ranking round, she faced the 18th seed - Mongolia's Bishindee Urantungalag - in the round of 64.
Stafford-based Williamson won the first set with 27 from a possible 30 points but eventually fell to a 7-3 defeat as Urantungalag won the last three sets.
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