Rio 2016 Olympics - The New Zealand women's hockey team has beaten Spain 2-1 in their latest game in Rio.
Kelsey Smith scored from a penalty corner in the second quarter and a field goal in the final quarter.
The Spaniards grabbed a goal just before full time.
The Black Sticks women now have two wins and a loss and remain in contention for the quarter-finals.
Their remaining pool matches are against world number one The Netherlands and China.
New Zealand cyclist Linda Villumsen missed out on a medal in the women's individual time trial in Rio.
The Danish-born rider battled wet conditions out on the road, placing sixth, 28 seconds off the pace.
The 31-year-old said she was sad about the result.
"It was very hard today. The roads on the downhills were very slick. I didn't want to take chances, and that cost me some time.
"Maybe my legs were tired from the road race. I didn't feel like I had good legs today," she said.
The American Kristin Armstrong landed herself her a third Olympic gold medal with a time of 44.26.42.
It is Villumsen's favoured event, she won gold last year at the UCI Road World Championships.