Evgeniya Kanaeva laughed, already knowing the question that was coming.
It's a skipper's worst-case scenario, and it happened in the Olympics with a gold medal at stake.
Basketball's best will apparently be welcomed in Rio.
As he left Olympic Stadium, Oscar Pistorius stopped for a moment and looked back.
The U.S. Olympic Committee is so disappointed by its medal-less men's boxing team that it will make changes to the sport's national governing body.
U.S. Olympic leaders and their athletes are having such a great time at the London Games, they'd like to host a party like this, too, someday soon.
Mike Krzyzewski's last game as U.S. coach will be for an Olympic gold medal.
U.S. wrestling coach Zeke Jones was given a yellow card for arguing with officials following Jake Herbert's loss in the quarterfinals on Saturday.
FIFA officials say Mexico forward Oribe Peralta's goal 29 seconds into the gold medal game against Brazil is the fastest score since the organization started keeping Olympic records in 1976.
A female hurdler from Syria was kicked out of the London Olympics on Saturday after failing a drug test.
Missy Franklin is still leaning toward college over cash. For now, anyway.
Julie Bresset crested the final climb of Hadleigh Farm and glanced over her shoulder, and the only thing she saw was thousands of fans cheering her on.
Living up to the billing of "Usain Bolt on Water" is a bit daunting for unassuming British kayaker Ed McKeever.
Here are five things to look out for at the London Olympics on Saturday:
The Court of Arbitration for Sport has rejected Russia's appeal against an International Sailing Federation decision to declare Spain the winner of semifinal races in the Olympic women's Elliott 6-meter class.
British sailor Ben Ainslie will carry the flag for the host country at the closing ceremony of the Olympics on Sunday after winning his fourth straight gold at the London Games.
Finland won the bronze medal in women's match racing Saturday after prevailing in an on-the-water protest hearing.
Diana Lopez wants to compete at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics in 2016 _ on one very important condition.
Japan added to its medal collection in Olympic women's volleyball by defeating South Korea in straight sets for the bronze at the London Games.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport has rejected the Swedish Olympic team's appeal for the women's triathlon to be declared a dead heat and silver medalist Lisa Norden upgraded to gold.