Kim Ji-yeon Wins Korea's First Ever Gold in Sabre
We start this morning with the latest from day five of the London Olympics Team Korea's most successful day of the Games so far.
Korea's Kim Ji-yeon defeated the world's top fencers, Sofya Velikaya of Russia and two-time gold medalist Mariel Zagunis of the United States to win an unexpected gold in sabre.
Kim's victory marks the first gold in women's sabre in Korea's history and the THIRD gold Korea scooped in Wednesday's action.
Korean judo star Song Dae-nam raked in the nation's second gold in judo, beating Asley Gonzalez of Cuba in men's under 90-kilogram division.
Song secured the gold by using speedy footwork to throw Gonzalez for the win in overtime of the final.
Another surprise came when 20-year old female shooter Kim Jang-mi, who scored 792.4 points in the women's shooting 25 meter pistol event brought home Korea's first gold from women's shooting in 20 years.
Korea now ranks third in the medal standings, with six gold, two silver and four bronze medals behind China and the United States.
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