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USA Basketball Opens Camp

USA Basketball Opens Camp

Hoops junkies rejoice: It’s been barely two weeks since the Miami Heat finished off Oklahoma City in the NBA Finals, and basketball is already back on the menu thanks to the Olympics.
MI5 director hopeful about 'stalemate' on Olympic security

MI5 director hopeful about 'stalemate' on Olympic security

News that European intelligence agencies are searching for a so-called "clean-skin" al Qaeda operative with a European passport should not be surprising.

Olympic Hopeful Has Fans, Family in East Texas

Lara Jackson is competing for a spot in the London Olympics. The swimmer is from El Paso, and has family in East Texas cheering her on.
Obama buys Olympic ad time

Obama buys Olympic ad time

While Mitt Romney is expected to be a spectator at this summer's Olympic Games, those watching from home may see President Barack Obama, thanks to a large ad buy.
Lochte qualifies with best time in 400-meter individual, freestyle

Lochte qualifies with best time in 400-meter individual, freestyle

Ryan Lochte and Peter Vanderkaay officially qualified for the Olympic swim team, winning the 400-meter individual and 400-meter freestyle respectively.
Diver Kelci Bryant looks for redemption in 2012 Olympics

Diver Kelci Bryant looks for redemption in 2012 Olympics

Olympic diver, Kelci Bryant looks to medal in this summer’s London Olympics. Bryant barely missed medaling in the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
Track stars, brothers hope to qualify for London Olympics.

Track stars, brothers hope to qualify for London Olympics.

Former Stanford University track stars are hoping to qualify for this summer’s Olympics in London. Brothers, Elliot, and Garrett Heath compete stride for stride.
IOC investigating illegal ticket sales

IOC investigating illegal ticket sales

Sebastian Coe, Chairman of the London Olympics organizing committee abhors reports of Olympic tickets being sold illegally.
London officials unveil design of Olympic stadium

London officials unveil design of Olympic stadium

The Design for London’s Olympic Opening ceremony was unveiled today. Artistic Director Danny Boyle revealed a rendering of what the stadium will look like during the festivities.
Australian Olympic swimmers in hot water after gun photo

Australian Olympic swimmers in hot water after gun photo

Two Australian Olympic swimmers who posted pictures on Facebook of themselves brandishing weapons have been ordered to take them down by the country's swimming authorities.
Anti-gravity machine helps train U.S. Olympians

Anti-gravity machine helps train U.S. Olympians

A Silicon Valley Company is helping athletes train for the Olympic games with technology that fights gravity. Steve Basta, CEO of Alter-G, created an anti-gravity treadmill.
Sprinter Gay returns from hip injury

Sprinter Gay returns from hip injury

U.S. Sprinter Tyson Gay will run this weekend in the New York Adidas Grand Prix.
Why the U.S. must win Olympic basketball gold at London 2012

Why the U.S. must win Olympic basketball gold at London 2012

For the elite basketball stars of the NBA and WNBA, winning Olympic gold is a given. Silver is for the losers.
Gymnast Shawn Johnson calls retirement 'surreal'

Gymnast Shawn Johnson calls retirement 'surreal'

Olympic gymnast Shawn Johnson, who announced over the weekend she would retire because of recurring knee problems, said Monday the decision was one of the hardest of her life and that she thinks its impact hasn't truly hit her.
Olympic archer hopes third time is the charm

Olympic archer hopes third time is the charm

The Olympic Archery trials begin in Colorado Springs this weekend, in what will be the final round of qualifications before the Olympic games this summer.