An Olympic spectator accused of hurling a plastic bottle onto the stadium track seconds before the men's 100-meter final pleaded not guilty Monday to creating a public nuisance.
Omid Noroozi of Iran won the gold medal Monday in men's 60-kilogram Greco-Roman wrestling at the London Olympics.
Just reaching the shoot-off of the men's trap final was enough to make him cry.
Katie Taylor stepped through the ropes and into the madness, beaming at thousands of flag-waving, face-painted Irish fans raucously celebrating her Olympic boxing victory.
Greece is worried that an early exit from the Olympic water polo tournament will hamper the sport's development in a country crippled by debt.
For Timi Garstang, a sprinter from the Marshall Islands, the Olympic experience boils down to this: He was the slowest man in the race to find the fastest man on earth.
A day after completing a career Golden Slam, Serena Williams still wants more.
Known more for misses than medals, Matt Emmons finally made his way to the podium in the 50-meter three-position rifle event at the Olympics.
U.S. gymnast Sam Mikulak will have surgery this month to correct an ankle problem that has bothered him since the Olympic trials in June.
Norbert Hosnyanszky scored three times to power defending champion Hungary to a dominating 11-6 win over the United States in the last preliminary-stage game for the Americans at the London Olympics.
A dip in the English Channel never felt so good.
The Olympics aren't even over and an email scam has surfaced, posing as a video detailing a scandal on the U.S. gymnastics team.
Midway through the Olympic tennis tournament at Wimbledon, a fan watching a doubles match was chattering in support of his nation's team, to the annoyance of a man seated several rows closer to the court.
American judo fighter Nick Delpopolo was expelled from the Olympics for doping Monday, saying he unintentionally ate something before the games that had been baked with marijuana.
A year ago, London was in flames. Now it is basking in the glow of the Olympic cauldron.
There was no mystery as to which team Varun Pemmaraju was supporting: His American flag was tied around his neck, the Stars and Stripes floating like a cape behind him.
Steve Futterman, CBS correspondent in London
Swimming Australia will not ignore its Olympic debacle in the pool.
You're an athlete at the Olympics. You get to train with your team, are issued special credentials, and spend a couple weeks around the world's best.
Xu Lijia of China was so strong in the women's Laser Radial that she won the gold medal Monday despite having to do a penalty turn on the first downwind leg.