The sport dubbed Murderball, formally known as wheelchair rugby, is winning an ever-growing legion of fans as it breaks all assumptions people may have about disabled athletes
Despite his surprising defeat in the 200 m on Sunday, Oscar Pistorius remains an icon for disabled athletes who hope to compete in the Olympic Games. And a surprising number of them already have
Winning a medal at the Olympics may not be enough to receive an honor from the Queen, and many Brits are not happy about it
Great Britain’s Olympic stars have achieved their biggest dreams at their home games–but what next for these athletes?
There’s one boast the county of Yorkshire can confidently make: it’s a veritable Olympic champion factory
Female athletes have been dabbling with nail art as way of displaying national pride.
London 2012 is proving to be a family affair, with parents’ reactions to their children competing as big a spectacle as sports
The Games may be on, but the hottest tickets in town are actually to be found in the West End, with a bonanza on hotels, restaurants and theaters
With women athletes on a more equal footing than ever in Olympic history, the women’s soccer teams have kicked-off the games with the first round of their group matches.
Japan’s World Cup-winning women’s soccer team flew to the London Olympics in premium economy class, while their male counterparts in the under-23 team were taken in business. Why?