In just under two hours, U.S. gymnast Aly Raisman earned two of the last medals awarded in gymnastics at the London Games. But one of them almost wasn’t
With Ireland’s heavy expectations on her shoulders, the four-time world champion — who has already electrified the boxing ring in London — sets her sights on winning the ultimate prize
Olympic spectators can’t stop taking pictures of them. Passersby point when they see them. They’ve even generated fan mail. They’re British wildflowers, and they are earning golden reviews at Olympic Park.
When Canada’s Christine Sinclair scored the first goal of the game in the first half against not only Canada’s biggest rivals, but also the best team in women’s soccer, I suddenly found myself caring about the sport.
The U.S. soccer team, after trailing three different times, beats Canada, 4-3, on a last-second goal by Alex Morgan. Next up: a gold-medal rematch against Japan
After riding a golden high that propelled her to two Olympic gold medals, one in the women’s gymnastics team event and another in the individual all-around competition, Gabrielle Douglas fell to last in the finals for the uneven bars.
Tradition stands sacrosanct in Great Britain. But Andy Murray wasn’t letting a small thing like historical convention get to him. On Centre Court at the All England Club, four weeks to the day after Roger Federer downed him on …
A nation that has grown long accustomed to snatching defeat from the jaws of victory is feeling like a land of champions
Within an hour, Jessica Ennis, Greg Rutherford, and Mo Farah won track and field golds for Great Britain, leaving the crowd, and the nation, gushing