London 2012 Olympics

Breaking it down: Olympic 10K Marathon Open Water Swimming

A breakdown of what to expect at London’s Serpentine: one of the best spectator courses in history. (Mike Lewis/

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Cameroon Swimmer Missing After Olympic Swim

Cameroon’s Paul Edingue, one of two swimmers at the Olympics, has vanished from the village.

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Medals, Medals, Everywhere, But What Does It All Mean?

Firsts, bests, and other trends from the Olympic medal podium. (Photo: US Presswire)


Tom Daley and Team GB, I’m Sexy and I Know It (LMFAO)

Tom Daley and the Team GB diving crew took some time out from training to show their artistic expression in…

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Dave: Gary, can you please please talk about London?

Gary: Hey, I forgot to mention that I’m going to the Olympics. I mean that I’m already here in London…

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Fran Crippen Open Water Leader and inspiration

As Open Water swimming begins in London soon, may we all remember Fran Crippen. He will always be remembered as…

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Van der Burgh Admits to Breaking Rules; “Everybody’s Doing It”

The new World Record holder calls for underwater judging., says he had no choice but to break rules.


10K Marathon Open Water Swimming Preview

What to watch for the London Olympic 10km Marathon Open Water Swimming Event

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Michael Phelps Becomes First Swimmer to Surpass 1,000,000 Followers

Michael’s Twitter profile still says “14-time gold medalist”. It might be time to update that. (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/


The 2012 London Olympic Photo Vault Is Open

Missy Franklin, Dana Vollmer, Rebecca Soni, Allison Schmitt, Women’s 4x100m Medley Relay gold medalist and world record holders, 2012 Olympic Games, August 4th (Photo Credit: US Presswire)


As an American Streak Ends, “Textile-Bests” Still in Play

Last summer, I asked the question after Sun Yang and Ryan Lochte broke World Records at the World Championships of:…


Day 8 Finals Recap, Presented by SwimOutlet Team Division

The US Swim Team put an exclamation point on arguably the greatest Olympics ever.


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