U.S. women's volleyball team captain Lindsey Berg did not play in the team's Olympic quarterfinal match against the Dominican Republic on Tuesday after a left ankle injury in a preliminary round game.
Seven steps, five more than in Beijing. But the outcome was identical: Liu Xiang's Olympics were over, yet again, before they really began.
Defending Olympic weightlifting champion Matthias Steiner of Germany was hit in the neck by the barbell Tuesday and withdrew from the men's super heavyweight competition.
Abby Wambach was counting. Out loud. Within earshot of the referee.
Ghasem Gholamreza Rezaei of Iran won the Olympic gold medal Tuesday in 96-kg Greco-Roman wrestling.
Anna Meares of Australia spoiled the British party at the London Velodrome by winning the Olympic gold medal in the women's sprint with a 2-0 victory Tuesday over defending champion Victoria Pendleton.
Kim Hyeon-woo of South Korea has won the Olympic gold medal in men's 66-kilogram Greco-Roman wrestling.
Defending champion Brazil denied Russia match point six times before winning 3-2 Tuesday and advancing to the women's volleyball semifinals at the London Games.
Liu Xiang slowly, awkwardly made his way alongside the track he was supposed to be racing on Tuesday, forced instead to hop on his good leg while straining to keep his injured one elevated.
Velichko Cholakov of Azerbaijan has withdrawn from the super heavyweight weightlifting competition at the London Olympics.
Japan outlasted China 3-2 Tuesday to reach the semifinals of women's volleyball at the London Games, upsetting a team it had never even taken a set from at any Olympics.
Melissa Wu knew her father would never let her get a tattoo when she turned 18. So, she went to her mother instead.
Gabby Douglas. Jessica Ennis. Missy Franklin. Ye Shiwen. And don't forget the Olympics' first female judo fighter from Saudi Arabia.
Lucy Stewart says she likes water polo _ even if it doesn't have horses.
Alistair Brownlee grabbed a British flag, slowed to a jog and then walked across the finish line to win the men's triathlon on Tuesday at the Olympics.
Noelle Pikus-Pace retired from skeleton after the 2010 Vancouver Olympics because she was tired of traveling without her family.
If NBC wants to show Usain Bolt's 100-meter victory on tape delay, the IOC says that's up to the network.
Steve Futterman, CBS News correspondent in London
Here are five things to look out for at the London Olympics on Tuesday:
Marina Alabau of Spain won the Olympic gold medal in women's windsurfing Tuesday in the discipline's final race in the games.