BMX rider Squel Stein of Brazil crashed during Friday's semifinals of the BMX competition and was taken from the course on a stretcher.
A Victoria's Secret model, a street sweeper and a rap star. It's an eclectic trio, and Rio de Janeiro thinks putting them together will give the world a taste of what to expect at the 2016 Olympics.
Brazil hasn't been this close to the gold medal in men's soccer since Romario was a promising young star in the late 1980s.
Pool or lake, it makes no difference to Ous Mellouli.
Felipe Perrone Rocha scored his third goal of the game with under a minute to play and Spain held on to beat the United States 8-7 on Friday in men's Olympic water polo.
Haile Gebrselassie is trying to figure out how to leave the sport he once dominated.
Here are five things to look out for at the London Olympics on Friday:
Usain Bolt took a momentary break from basking in his historic Olympic sprinting double to fiercely criticize Carl Lewis.
New Zealand's Jo Aleh and Olivia Powrie won the gold medal in the women's 470 on Friday, the Kiwis' second sailing medal of the London Olympics.
Olympic figure skating champion Evan Lysacek's decision to return took all of an hour.
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French runner Hassan Hirt tested positive for the blood-booster EPO, an official with knowledge of the result told The Associated Press on Friday. The IOC said he was ordered to leave the Olympics.
Just days before the eight-year deadline expires, the IOC formally stripped American cyclist Tyler Hamilton of his 2004 gold for doping Friday and awarded the medal to a Russian rider who now becomes a three-time Olympic champion.
A photo of U.S. gymnast McKayla Maroney frowning after narrowly missing the gold medal has sparked a phenomenon on social media site Tumblr.
Chores piling up. DVRs stuffed and groaning with unwatched favorites. Late, bleary strolls into the office.
For the third time in the London Olympic sailing regatta, an Aussie crew ended up taking a celebratory swim.
American taekwondo fighter Paige McPherson knocked out British world champion Sarah Stevenson in the first round of the women's 67-kilogram division at the London Olympics.
With royalty on and off the field at Greenwich Park, Britain ruled the Olympic equestrian events at the London Games.
Sue Bird had seen enough.