1. 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 4 years ago 4,067 reads 0 comments

  2. 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 4 years ago 2,223 reads 1 comments

  3. 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...

    Blake Dorfman Written by Blake Dorfman about 4 years ago 958 reads 0 comments

  4. 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 4 years ago 5,203 reads 3 comments

  5. 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 4 years ago 2,758 reads 0 comments

  6. 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...

    Blake Dorfman Written by Blake Dorfman about 4 years ago 929 reads 0 comments

  7. 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 ...

    Blake Dorfman Written by Blake Dorfman about 4 years ago 743 reads 0 comments

  8. Wimbledon 2012: Can Roger Federer Extend Hot Streak Through Olympics?

    If you weren't rooting for Andy Murray while watching Sunday's Wimbledon title match, you don't have a heart. If you don't think Roger Federer is the favorite to win Olympic gold in London, you don't have a brain...

    Blake Dorfman Written by Blake Dorfman about 4 years ago 198 reads 58 comments

  9. Compelling Dramas for Titanic Trio of Tiger Woods, Michael Phelps, Usain Bolt

    Football and basketball fans might think this time of year is boring, but this past weekend was one of the most meaningful sports weekends we've seen in a long time...

    Blake Dorfman Written by Blake Dorfman about 4 years ago 2,303 reads 0 comments

  10. US Olympic Trials: Felix-Tarmoh Runoff in 100M Is Exciting & Scary for USA Track

    Thank goodness the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials will not end with the flip of a coin. Sunday's announcement that the tie between Allyson Felix and Jeneba Tarmoh in the ...

    Blake Dorfman Written by Blake Dorfman about 4 years ago 650 reads 0 comments

  11. Olympic Trials 2012: Usain Bolt Era Is over After Loss to Yohan Blake in Jamaica

    Jamaican sprint superstar Usain Bolt is no longer the man to beat at the London 2012 Olympic Games . There are now two such men. Yohan "The Beast" Blake ran the 100-meter dash in 9...

    Blake Dorfman Written by Blake Dorfman about over 4 years ago 20,830 reads 59 comments

  12. US Olympic Track Trials: Allyson Felix Should Concede to Jeneba Tarmoh in 100

    Allyson Felix and Jeneba Tarmoh are in an interesting state of limbo after Saturday's tie for the third and final spot on the United States women's 100-meter dash team. Felix should take the limbo stick and break it over her knee...

    Blake Dorfman Written by Blake Dorfman about over 4 years ago 3,720 reads 9 comments

  13. US Olympic Track Trials 2012: Predictions for the 10 Must-See Events

    There is a lot to take in during the 2012 U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials in Eugene, Oreg., so let's make it easy. London is calling, and every athlete at Hayward Field is dying to answer that call...

    Blake Dorfman Written by Blake Dorfman about over 4 years ago 6,301 reads 1 comments

  14. US Olympic Track Trials 2012: Viewer's Guide and Bold Predictions

    Drama, drama, drama. It's time for heroics and hiccups at venerable Hayward Field in Eugene, Ore., where the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials will kick off on Friday...

    Blake Dorfman Written by Blake Dorfman about over 4 years ago 3,394 reads 2 comments

  15. Top 50 United States Olympic Track and Field Moments

    The United States absolutely owns Olympic track and field. That may sound incredibly brash, but just like in the stadium, it's the numbers that matter...

    Blake Dorfman Written by Blake Dorfman about over 4 years ago 13,625 reads 12 comments

  16. London 2012: 10 Things You Need to Know About Tyson Gay

    He's a guy you've got to root for. Sprinter Tyson Gay is the second fastest man in the world and has beaten Usain Bolt before, but injury woes have kept him from his dream of Olympic gold...

    Blake Dorfman Written by Blake Dorfman about over 4 years ago 7,181 reads 5 comments