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Although China edged into the lead on the medal count today, there were some impressive performances by U.S. athletes, including the first gold medal in track and field.
The U.S. stays in the lead as Michael Phelps makes his grand finale, plus other gold medals in tennis, track and field, and men's basketball.
Michael Phelps ends his Olympic career with 21 medals (17 of them gold), while Missy Franklin sets a new world record, beating out a time set in one of the banned bodysuits by Kristy Coventry.
Allison Schmitt, Rebecca Soni, Michael Phelps, Gabby Douglas, Kayla Harrison, and more win gold medals for the U.S.A. at the Olympics today - bringing the American medal count to 37.
Kristin Armstrong wins the cycling time trial. Lochte and Phelps both qualify for the 200m individual medley swim event. And one Williams sister loses, while the other continues on.
At the end of today's events, Michael Phelps now is officially the winningest Olympian of all time with 19 medals - 15 of those being gold. Read on for more Olympic updates.
The medals continue to rack up for the U.S.A. 17 medals so far, 5 of them gold. For a quick recap of the events and upcoming events to watch out for, read on.
Do you know anything about the Olympian that was chosen to carry the flag in the 2012 Opening Ceremony? Learn all about two-time Gold medalist in women's sabre fencing, Mariel Zagunis.
11 medals for the United States! Read all about the new developments in several Olympic events today, including swimming, shooting, and tennis.
The 2012 Olympic Games are off to a running start, and the United States is second in the medal count. Read on for more details about today's events!
The anticipation is over as the London 2012 Olympics will officially begin tonight with the opening ceremony. Check in every day at 4pm from now through 8/12 for your Olympic Games recap!
With the Olympic Games starting this week, we couldn't help but bring out some of our best posts on Olympic athletes and events. Enjoy these articles and the Games!
Tennis has come a long way - from full-length dresses to the Williams sisters. Part of this evolution has been in fitness and the attention to the nutrition that has created elite tennis athletes.
How much can you bench? Science says the more you can bench the better your bat speed in baseball. And if you're a serious baseball player, that's important. So get benching!
Who measures out the courses at the Olympics and how do they know they're accurate? Turns out it's a giant team of researchers and some seriously high-tech equipment.
Drug tests are de rigueur at the Olympics, but new testosterone testing requirements for female athletes could pose problems for women with naturally high levels.
Little did I know the LA Kings and the Stanley Cup would be the elements that finally brought my Marine Corps grandfather and me together, and rekindled our relationship.