1. 2012 Olympics: 10 Coolest Photos from Second Day of Summer Games

    Amazing images continue to bombard us from the London Olympics , especially from events that we would otherwise not pay any attention to at all (sorry all you die-hard slalom canoe fans out there) In case you missed it, here is yesterday's list...

    Blake Dorfman Written by Blake Dorfman about 2 years ago 8,272 reads 2 comments

  2. U.S. Olympic Swimming Team 2012: Ryan Lochte Not so Invincible After Relay Flop

    America was all about Ryan Lochte after the first day at the London 2012 Olympics . People were jumping ship off the Michael Phelps boat in droves after he finished fourth in the 400-meter individual medley on Saturday...

    Blake Dorfman Written by Blake Dorfman about 2 years ago 47,721 reads 91 comments

  3. 2012 Olympics: 10 Coolest Photos from First Day of Summer Games

    Camera lenses larger than most female gymnasts are all over London right now, snapping away to catch the first glimpse of Olympic action. Camera technology is amazing nowadays...

    Blake Dorfman Written by Blake Dorfman about 2 years ago 9,321 reads 4 comments

  4. London 2012: Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh Results, Highlights and More

    Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh began their quest for a three-peat with a 21-18, 21-19 win against No. 22 Natalie Cook and Tamsin Henchley of Australia...

    Blake Dorfman Written by Blake Dorfman about 2 years ago 12,693 reads 2 comments

  5. Missy Franklin 2012 Olympics: Event Schedule, Results, Highlights & More

    Are we witnessing the rise of the greatest female swimmer of all time? Missy Franklin was just 16 when she was named 2011 FINA Swimmer of the Year in December. We don't trust her to vote yet, but she does hold two world records...

    Blake Dorfman Written by Blake Dorfman about 2 years ago 13,348 reads 2 comments

  6. Ryan Lochte 2012 Olympics: Event Schedule, Results, Highlights & More

    Ryan Lochte swims in the massive shadow of his rival, Michael Phelps. Phelps is the household name. He's the greatest Olympian of all time. However, those who follow swimming know that Lochte has been the more dominant one over the past couple of years..

    Blake Dorfman Written by Blake Dorfman about 2 years ago 8,733 reads 0 comments

  7. Stephanie Rice 2012 Olympics: Event Schedule, Results, Highlights & More

    With so much hype splashing around American swimmers, some may tend to overlook international stars like Stephanie Rice. The 24-year-old Australian won three gold medals and set three world records in Beijing...

    Blake Dorfman Written by Blake Dorfman about 2 years ago 3,205 reads 0 comments

  8. Michael Phelps 2012 Olympics: Event Schedule, Results, Highlights & More

    Michael Phelps would break his neck if he tried to wear all of his Olympic medals at once. He earned eight (six gold, two bronze) at the 2004 Athens Games and then eight golds in Beijing four years later...

    Blake Dorfman Written by Blake Dorfman about 2 years ago 47,944 reads 4 comments

  9. US Olympic Men's Beach Volleyball Team: Updated News, Roster & Analysis

    It's about time to bring the beach to London. The United States is sending two tandems with an excellent shot at gold into the Olympic Men's Beach Volleyball Tournament, including defending gold-medalists Todd Rogers and Phil Dalhausser...

    Blake Dorfman Written by Blake Dorfman about 2 years ago 8,427 reads 1 comments

  10. Olympic Swimming Predictions 2012: Gold Medal Odds for Every Event

    A lot of epic performances (mostly involving Michael Phelps) were delivered in the Water Cube at the 2008 Beijing Olympics ...

    Blake Dorfman Written by Blake Dorfman about 2 years ago 27,680 reads 3 comments

  11. Team USA vs. Spain Live Blog: Analysis and Reaction

    The U.S. took this one rather easily after a strong opening by Spain. Team USA went 13-for-23 from beyond the arc, with Carmelo and LeBron leading the way. Take a look at some of thoughts along the way...

    Blake Dorfman Written by Blake Dorfman about 2 years ago 1,993 reads 2 comments

  12. London 2012 Olympics: Comprehensive Guide to the Summer Games

    Okay, first of all, meet Wenlock, the creepiest Olympic mascot of all time. He and his buddy Mandeville look like Play-Doh sculptures made by the quiet kid in your kindergarten class who used to bite everyone at recess...

    Blake Dorfman Written by Blake Dorfman about 2 years ago 4,795 reads 4 comments

  13. Olympic Track and Field: Steroid Punishment Must Hit Whole 2004 U.S. Relay Team

    Crystal Cox ran in the prelims for the United States’ 4x400 relay team that went on to win gold at the Athens 2004 Olympics ...

    Blake Dorfman Written by Blake Dorfman about 2 years ago 7,214 reads 20 comments

  14. US Olympic Beach Volleyball: Under-the-Radar Men Better Bets for Gold Than Women

    You would never see Todd Rogers or Phil Dalhausser trying out for "Dancing With The Stars." The defending Olympic gold medalists are stars, to be sure, but they keep their stardom within the realm of beach volleyball...

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  15. US Olympic Track Team 2012: 10 Things You Need to Know About Ashton Eaton

    He's the world's best all-around athlete, so get used to seeing his face as the Olympics begin. Decathlete Ashton Eaton, 24, was considered the future of USA Track and Field heading into the Olympic Trials in Eugene...

    Blake Dorfman Written by Blake Dorfman about 2 years ago 3,171 reads 2 comments

  16. London 2012 Olympics: 15 Heart-Pounding Moments in US Track and Field History

    A lump in your throat. Goosebumps. Elation. Shock. Track and field is a sport that is made for such feelings, and after a thrilling Olympic Trials, it looks like American athletes will be giving us plenty of exciting moments in London...

    Blake Dorfman Written by Blake Dorfman about 2 years ago 6,193 reads 9 comments

  17. Olympic Basketball 2012: Blake Griffin's Injury Could Spell Doom for Team USA

    Think Team USA has the best frontcourt heading into the 2012 Olympics ? No way. With a knee injury to Blake Griffin (who has a history of knee problems) threatening to sideline ...

    Blake Dorfman Written by Blake Dorfman about 2 years ago 14,173 reads 63 comments

  18. US Olympic Swimming: The 10 Major Moments in Michael Phelps' Career

    He's the most dominant Olympian of all time and, perhaps, the most dominant athlete of all time. Michael Phelps is going to win more gold medals in London and bring his career total to an untouchable amount...

    Blake Dorfman Written by Blake Dorfman about 2 years ago 4,715 reads 3 comments

  19. US Olympic Basketball Team 2012: Selecting Andre Iguodala Was a Master Stroke

    What do you do when you're already overflowing with superstars? Like a high-priced wedding cake, it's the finishing touches that can make all the difference...

    Blake Dorfman Written by Blake Dorfman about 2 years ago 4,013 reads 0 comments

  20. Olympic Beach Volleyball 2012: What Tune-Up Romp Means for Walsh, May-Treanor

    The best team in women's beach volleyball history is seeking one last Olympic triumph. Americans Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh are the two-time defending Olympic champions in the event, and they will take the third seed into London...

    Blake Dorfman Written by Blake Dorfman about 2 years ago 2,156 reads 1 comments

  21. London 2012: US Women's Water Polo Team Proves It's Primed for London

    In the world of women's water polo, the United States is one of the most successful nations in history. The Americans are the team that's reached the podium in every Olympics since the sport was included in 2000 at the Athens Games...

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  22. London 2012, US Olympic Swimming: 5 Things About 15-Year-Old Katie Ledecky

    To be 15 and the nation's best swimmer in the 800-meter freestyle is just crazy. Katie Ledecky, a high school sophomore, has done just that and will be one of the most intriguing stories heading into the London Olympics ...

    Blake Dorfman Written by Blake Dorfman about 2 years ago 5,210 reads 3 comments

  23. Olympic Basketball 2012: 5 Reasons US Women Will Be as Dominant as the Men

    Will all the roster shuffling on the superstar-studded USA men's basketball team, it's very easy to overlook women's basketball heading into the 2012 London Olympics ...

    Blake Dorfman Written by Blake Dorfman about 2 years ago 2,685 reads 0 comments

  24. London 2012: Updates and Predictions for the Opening Ceremonies

    As far as grandeur and extravagance goes, the 2008 Beijing Olympics' opening ceremony cannot be topped. That doesn't mean that London's upcoming show— for better or worse—is okay to miss...

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  25. FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament 2012: Why Russia Can't Be Ignored in London

    In Rocky IV, Ivan Drago was the bigger, badder and stronger fighter while the American Balboa had to play the scrappy underdog. Not so on the men's basketball docket at the 2012 London Olympics ...

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