Sarah Cowley remains near the bottom of the rankings in the women's heptathlon on the second and final day of competition at the Olympic Stadium in London.
With just one discipline left to compete in, the New Zealander is in 29th place out of the 33 competitors still in the competition.
Cowley had been in 30th place at the end of the first day of competition, after four disciplines.
In Saturday's events, she threw a personal best of 41.90m in the javelin to put her in ninth place in Group A for that discipline.
Cowley jumped 6.0m in the long jump to finish in eighth place in her group.
After six disciplines, Cowley is on 5036 points.
The leader, Jessica Ennis of Great Britain, is on 5971 points.
The final discipline of the heptathlon, the 800m, will be raced in the Saturday evening session at the track.