From Olympic star to just another college student.
The four South Korean badminton players who purposely tried to lose their last group matches at the London Olympics had their bans reduced to six months on Wednesday.
Gold-medal gymnast Aly Raisman has signed her first major endorsement deal since returning from the London Olympics.
It's been a brutal month for Lolo Jones.
Michael Phelps retired from swimming with more medals than any other Olympian. Don't expect him to lose any of them because of an ad campaign for Louis Vuitton.
Gold medalist Claressa Shields received a standing ovation Wednesday as she was honored by lawmakers at the Michigan Capitol for her pugilistic prowess in the London Olympics.
Thousands of Olympians have returned to their homelands with the end of the London Games _ but more than a dozen African competitors have not.
Organizers say the Paralympic torch relay will begin with Scouts lighting flames atop the highest peaks in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
A physical therapist at Medstar Georgetown University Hospital is skeptical about the real benefits of Kinesio tape.
A court has delayed sentencing a British man who admitted spying on members of the Chinese Olympic swimming team in a women's changing room.
Islamist extremists have targeted two Tunisian Olympic medalists for behavior and dress seen as un-Islamic, as debate grows over the role of religion and women in the country that unleashed the Arab Spring uprisings.
In a story Aug. 12 about Bank of England chief Mervyn King, The Associated Press reported erroneously that there were 10,000 volunteers at the Olympic Games. Officials say that some 70,000 volunteers worked at the games, with an additional 18,000 volunteers working at the border or in other roles.
The London Olympics may be over, but it's not too late to take home a national flag from the athletes' parade or a used javelin.
David Boudia knows about pressure. He spent the entire Beijing Olympics focusing on his diving competitions _ probably a little too much.
For skeptics, the Olympics were deliciously doomed: London's transport network would surely fail, Britain's athletes would flop, rain would prevail and terrorists would strike. But then the sun came out after months of sodden skies, vehicles moved briskly, there were no attacks and British athletes reeled in a shocking 65 medals.
Steve Futterman, CBS News correspondent
IOC President Jacques Rogge still can't figure out what to call Usain Bolt, so here's hoping he gets another Olympics to sort it out. There's just something about his latest effort _"active performance legend" _ that doesn't rise to a gold medal level.
The BBC said Monday that its live coverage of the Olympic closing ceremony was watched by 26.3 million people in the U.K., or more than 80 percent of the country's audience share.
A U.N.-run radio station in Congo says four members from the country's Olympic delegation have gone missing in London.
Just hours after the close of the Olympics, a female shot putter from Belarus was stripped of her gold Monday in the first case of an athlete losing a medal for doping at the London Games.