Bats in the bleachers of Olympic Stadium? Now there's an Olympic legacy to give many people nightmares.
Diana Taurasi already has her bags packed for Rio.
This time, Usain Bolt ran hard right to the finish.
A second-straight volleyball gold inspired summersaults from Brazil. It brought tears to the United States.
China is still the powerhouse of Olympic diving.
With one day of competition left at the London Games, the United States has locked up the overall medal race and is holding off the Chinese in the chase for the most gold.
Gabby Douglas is really big in her hometown. Really big and painted on a wall.
When it was over _ finally, mercifully, exhaustively _ they laughed, shrugged, danced, hugged and celebrated for a solid hour, as if they had won.
Mo Farah didn't want to leave anybody in doubt.
Justyn Warner spiked the flag down onto the track.
Caster Semenya knew she had blown it by starting out too slowly in her first Olympic final.
David Boudia used to be scared to dive off the 10-meter platform. Yet when it counted the most, he never flinched.
By the time Allyson Felix was done with her part, her third gold medal of the Olympics was all but hanging around her neck.
On any other day and in any other situation, the Tibetan exiles who gathered excitedly in groups next to Buckingham Palace would never have come to cheer for an athlete wearing the colors of China, a country they regard as their oppressor, a country that invaded and has governed their Himalayan homeland with an iron fist for six decades.
Keshorn Walcott is taking the Olympic javelin title to tiny Trinidad and Tobago. Europe will have to wait until 2016 to get it back.
There wasn't any need to shush his doubters this time, because by now Usain Bolt doesn't have any. No reason to celebrate early, either, when there was a chance to make one final statement about just how fast a human being can run.
Norway retained its Olympic title in women's team handball by beating Montenegro 26-23 on Saturday.
Given the depths of his anguish, you might have thought Wu Jingbiao had lost a loved one. Heaving with shame, the double world champion weightlifter wept like a child in the arms of the TV reporter interviewing him.
Usain Bolt made himself a living legend _ just ask him. Michael Phelps swam a last lap into history. A man ran on carbon blades. Two track stars and a long jumper produced perhaps the greatest night in British sports history.
Anthony Obame made Olympic history just by losing.