- Olympics 2012 | The medal count
Area wrestling community reeling from IOC decision
Nick Roberts had his heart set on being an Olympic champion.
So did Cody Law.
Mile legend Bannister attends Olympic 1,500 final
Roger Bannister will forever be remembered for four laps around the track.
So it was fitting that the first man to break the four-minute mile 58 years ago was front and center at Olympic Stadium on Tuesday night to watch the men's 1,500 meters, known as the metric mile.
US Soccer wants women's national teamers at home
U.S. Soccer would prefer to have Hope Solo, Alex Morgan and the rest of the players on the women's national team playing at home rather than abroad. The hard part is figuring out the best way to make that happen.
Shouldn't silver medalists stand taller at the podium?
Why don't silver medalists — who ran faster, jumped higher, threw further — get to tower over third-place finishers?
Pikus-Pace comes out of skeleton retirement
Noelle Pikus-Pace retired from skeleton after the 2010 Vancouver Olympics because she was tired of traveling without her family.
She's ready to slide again — and this time, she plans to bring her loved ones along for the ride.
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At Olympics, fourth place is cruelest fate of all
When the London Olympics end in a week, an even 1,000 medals will have been awardedto individuals and teams, testimonies to the years of work that went into it all. There will also be 240 stories of athletes and teams who have put in the same work, the same hours, the same sacrifice — yet finish fourth, negligibly missing the medal podium and thus without a glistening piece of gold or silver or bronze to wear home.
Phelps wins last individual race
Michael Phelps is turning his final Olympics into quite a victory lap, and don’t fret about American swimming after he’s gone.
Led by a pair of high schoolers, the post-Phelps era will be in very good hands.
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