The London Olympics will come to a close on Sunday evening, and the US has officially announced that track and field athlete Bryshon Nellum will be the country’s flag bearer during the Closing C
Carli Lloyd is an Olympic hero. She earned that honor by scoring both of the U.S. women’s soccer team’s goals on Thursday during their 2-1 win over Japan in the gold medal game.
Kobe Bryant blew up in the second half of the US’s quarterfinals win over Australia on Wednesday scoring all 20 points after intermission.
The celebration that took place on Thursday after the US women’s soccer team beat Japan to win the gold medal looked more like the postgame festivities of a Super Bowl than an Olympic event.
If the Olympic Village is truly as sex-infested as everyone claims it is, it’s probably safe to assume Lolo Jones doesn’t partake in the festivities.
Usain Bolt isn’t just celebrating and boasting after becoming the first man to win the 200-meter race in two Olympics. He’s also lashing out.
Usain Bolt proved that he is the fastest track and field sprinter in the world by winning the 100 and 200-meter races at the London Olympics, but the Jamaican runner took matters a step further.
For people like Mark Cuban, it looks like the next four years are going to be just as long as the last four were.