Irish Olympians Rory McIlroy and Rhys McClenaghan have missed out on medals at the Tokyo Games.
In the men's golf tournament, McIlroy made it through to a bronze medal play-off with six other golfers.
However, he missed out on a spot at the podium after failing to make a birdie on the third hole of the sudden death play-off.
In the end, US golfer Xander Schauffele took the gold, Slovakia's Rory Sabbatini the silver, and Chinese Taipei's CT Pan took bronze.
The men's pommel horse final, meanwhile, saw Rhys McClenaghan become Ireland's first ever gymnast to take part in an Olympic final.
A stumble early in the routine dashed his medal hopes, although he got back on the pommel to finish his routine - ultimately finishing in seventh place with 13.1 points.
After an early fall, Rhys McClenaghan finishes in 7th place on a score of 13.100 in the Pommel Horse final.
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— Team Ireland (@TeamIreland) August 1, 2021
He pledged he'd return to the games as a "better gymnast and better man".
Britain's Max Whitlock took his third Olympic gold medal in the event, and his sixth Olympic medal overall.
Team Ireland will take away one medal from Sunday's events.
Aidan Walsh was forced to withdraw from his boxing semi-final due to injury - however, he'd already guaranteed his bronze medal by making it through the quarter-final stage.