Watch: Rio Olympics Day 11 as Britain Dominates on Track Again

Cyclists Laura Trott, left, and Jason Kenny.
Gold medalists Laura Trott, left, and Jason Kenny in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, August 16. The pair, who are engaged, both won gold medals in the velodrome on Tuesday evening. Odd Andersen/AFP/Getty

Day 11 of the Rio Olympics saw controversy in the boxing ring, in the water and on the cycling track.

Irish boxer Michael Conlan raged at boxing officials and the sport's governing body for a hotly disputed defeat to Russian Vladimir Nikitin, while Briton Jack Burnell described his disqualification for two yellow cards in the final few meters of the 10-kilometer swim as a "joke."

Briton Jason Kenny won the sixth gold medal of his Olympic career in the keirin, only after narrowly missing out on disqualification. The race was halted and restarted twice before Kenny blasted to victory, followed later by his fiancé Laura Trott, who won gold in the omnium competition.

Catch up on all the action with Newsweek's review of Day 11.