Andy Murray will have to settle for one Olympic gold medal.
The format of Olympic badminton will be reviewed to avoid a repeat of the match-throwing scandal that blighted the London Games, but the governing body of the sport said Sunday no changes were guaranteed.
Britain awoke, afraid it might all have been a dream.
In an Aug. 3 story about the preliminaries in the Olympic women's 50-meter freestyle, The Associated Press erroneously reported the country of qualifier Sarah Blake Bateman. She is from Iceland, not Israel.
LONDON _ The British capital is awash in Olympic ink _ tattoo ink, that is.
Lin Dan lived up to the hype, and China lived up to the expectations.
Weightlifter Tatiana Kashirina of Russia broke the world record twice in the snatch portion of the women's super heavyweight competition.
Watching the greatest athletes on earth compete in a quadrennial bonanza of sport is nice, but it's evidently not enough to satisfy the goldfish-like attention span of 21st-century spectators.
Juan Martin del Potro won the bronze medal in Olympic tennis Sunday, beating Novak Djokovic 7-5, 6-4 in a rain-delayed match at Wimbledon.
Cai Yun and Fu Haifeng won the men's Olympic doubles final Sunday, giving China a sweep of the badminton gold medals.
Officials at the London Velodrome, the venue for Olympic track cycling, say there are three leaks in the roof.
Two Ukrainian super heavyweights have joined the swelling ranks of weightlifters dropping out of the London Olympics.
In one unforgettable night for a nation, the Olympic Games and host Britain were the best they can be.
Britain's Ben Ainslie crossed the finish line and pumped both fists, then stood up in his Finn dinghy and did it again.
On his 10th and last shot of Sunday's 50-meter pistol final, Jin Jong-oh of South Korea finally overtook compatriot Choi Young-rae _ and he felt sorry for taking the Olympic gold medal away from him.
Lin Dan became the first man to retain the Olympic badminton singles title after winning a final that lived up to the hype.
Sweden's Fredrik Loof and Max Salminen sailed across the finish line first, not knowing what color medal they'd won in the venerable Star class.
It's hardly been an Olympian moment for the Smith family, who traveled from northeast England to London for a couple of days, living in hope they could stand beside a road and cheer Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins in his quest for gold in a cycling race.
Around the 2012 Olympics and its host city with journalists from The Associated Press bringing the flavor and details of the games to you:
Michael Phelps got up to leave his last news conference at the Olympic pool when his relay mates were asked if they thought he would really stay retired.