1. Serbia's Nadja Higl Ousts Rebecca Soni and Annamay Pierse at 200m Breast

    I tuned in today to watch the world swimming championship in Rome with only one thing in mind - to see how my countryman, Milorad Cavic from Serbia, would swim his 100m buttefly semifinal race...

    Dusan Vuksanovic Written by Dusan Vuksanovic about over 5 years ago 411 reads 0 comments

  2. Open Mic: Why Alicia Sacramone Didn't Win the Bronze in Women's Vault

    I watched a rerun of the gymnastics events on Sunday night with my dad and the women's vault was on. When China's Fei Cheng finished her performance, I was outraged that she scored better than ...

    Dusan Vuksanovic Written by Dusan Vuksanovic about over 6 years ago 1,434 reads 4 comments

  3. Michael Phelps Claims Immortality at the Beijing Olympic Games

    Forget Matt Biondi's 1988 swimming quest for Mark Spitz's seven golds. Forget Michael Phelps' participation in Athens 2004. Forget the 4x100m freestyle relay in Beijing. Forget all of that...

    Dusan Vuksanovic Written by Dusan Vuksanovic about over 6 years ago 442 reads 2 comments

  4. Michael Phelps' Quest for Eight Olympic Golds Might End at 100m Butterfly

    Michael Phelps’ Olympic dream of eight gold medals could well be broken. The man to do it might be the former 100m butterfly short-course world record holder Milorad Cavic...

    Dusan Vuksanovic Written by Dusan Vuksanovic about over 6 years ago 1,379 reads 2 comments

  5. Olympics Open Mic: How The Little Beat The Powerful

    The Olympic Games are probably the only place where the entire world can watch a small and seemingly weak competitor beat its big and seemingly strong opponent. Olympic history is full of such examples...

    Dusan Vuksanovic Written by Dusan Vuksanovic about over 6 years ago 862 reads 3 comments

  6. Olympics: Pre-Olympic Tournaments That Can Decide Winners Before the Games

    Every year, the Olympic Games are viewed as the most important event for all sportsmen around the world while other competitions are primarily seen as practices in which athletes get to test strategies and analyze their opponents...

    Dusan Vuksanovic Written by Dusan Vuksanovic about over 6 years ago 160 reads 0 comments

  7. Wimbledon: Marat Safin Upsets Novak Djokovic, Ana Ivanovic Barely Stays Alive

    Novak Djokovic is out of Wimbledon! On a bright and sunny day in London, world’s No. 3 got a cold shower from former world No. 1 Marat Safin in three sets—6-4, 7-6 (3), 6-2...

    Dusan Vuksanovic Written by Dusan Vuksanovic about over 6 years ago 396 reads 0 comments

  8. 2008 French Open: Two Major Reasons to Be Excited About the Tournament

    The last couple of weeks brought two major excitements to the tennis world. The first one came from Justine Henin, the 3-time French Open champion and world’s No. 1, who decided to retire from the game at age 25...

    Dusan Vuksanovic Written by Dusan Vuksanovic about over 6 years ago 1,082 reads 0 comments

  9. Rafael Nadal Versus Novak Djokovic At Hamburg Masters: Who Won?

    Whoever was watching the Saturday’s game, where Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal clashed for the No. 2 spot, could witness the true mastery of tennis...

    Dusan Vuksanovic Written by Dusan Vuksanovic about over 6 years ago 866 reads 0 comments

  10. Novak Djokovic to Play Rafael Nadal for No. 2 ATP Rank at Hamburg Masters

    Rafael Nadal’s No. 2 position in the tennis world is finally in serious danger of being overtaken! The Hamburg Masters semifinals just might be the place where his 147-week long run at the No...

    Dusan Vuksanovic Written by Dusan Vuksanovic about over 6 years ago 1,716 reads 0 comments

  11. Top Five Basketball Teams at 2008 Beijing Olympics

    Basketball at the Beijing Olympics will definitely be a sport to watch out for. With China eager to prove itself in front of the home crowd, the United States sending its best NBA players, and ...

    Dusan Vuksanovic Written by Dusan Vuksanovic about over 6 years ago 2,201 reads 2 comments

  12. Beijing Olympics: to Protest or Not to Protest

    With less than 100 days before the Beijing Olympics begin, many wonder whether or not US athletes should protest China’s poor human rights records in Tibet, Burma/Myanmar, and Darfur...

    Dusan Vuksanovic Written by Dusan Vuksanovic about over 6 years ago 1,780 reads 3 comments