Bolt among the greatest
LONDON, England: No superlative adequately captures the performances of Jamaican sprinting sensation Usain Bolt, who last night became the first man to win consecutive sprint doubles at the Olympic Games, with a strong 19.32 run...
Jamaica eye more medals
LONDON, England: Jamaica will be hoping to add to its medal tally today as the women's 4x100m relay team takes centre stage at the Olympic Games in London.
Rudisha sets world record
LONDON (AP): David Rudisha did what no one else, Usain Bolt included, has been able to do at the London Games: set a world record on the Olympic track.
US take third straight gold
WEMBLEY, England (AP): Hope Solo found herself enveloped in a group hug at the final whistle. Abby Wambach ran to join the fun in a celebration that unleashed a year of bottled-up frustration....
Weir hails coach Mills
LONDON, England: Olympic 200m bronze medallist Warren Weir heaped praises on Racers Track Club coach Glen Mills after his historic achievement in the event yesterday...
The bronze was golden
I would have really done well with two dutch pot covers in the mixed zone last night. Sure I would have created a real racket, and it's most likely that a few of my colleagues would have been a bit peeved...
Not so fast... Rogge says Bolt not a legend yet
LONDON (AP): Usain Bolt, you're not a "living legend" yet. That's the verdict of IOC President Jacques Rogge, who said the Jamaican sprinter is an "icon," but needs to prove his greatness over more than two Olympics...
Bolt blasts Lewis
LONDON, England: A serious and businesslike Usain Bolt greeted reporters, as he addressed former US sprinter Carl Lewis and disgraced lab owner Victor Conte, who continually question the performances of the Jamaicans and athletes in general....
Action from London 2012
Cardenas due triple
CHAMPION jockey Dick Cardenas has three bankers on tomorrow's nine-race card, Wayne DaCosta's HOVER CRAFT and Anthony Nunes' pair of PRINCE ROHAN and SHE'S SPECTACULAR. ...