London bids adieu with musical madness, U.S. tops table

(Reuters) – London bade a flamboyant and madcap farewell to the Olympic Games with a romp through British pop and 

Keitany ready to deliver marathon gold

By Justin Palmer LONDON (Reuters) – Successive London marathon victories have given Mary Keitany the belief that she can beat 

I’ll run for world – South Sudanese

By Tom Bartlett LONDON, Aug 3 (Reuters) – South Sudan marathon runner Guor Marial will represent people all over the 

Saudi’s first woman bows out after symbolic show

By Mohammed Abbas and Michael Holden LONDON, Aug 3 (Reuters) – The first Saudi woman to compete at the Olympics 

Federer wins epic to reach Olympic final

lling the last space in his creaking trophy cabinet after beating Argentine Juan Martin del Potro in a four hour 

Analysis: NBC offers peek of future Olympics biz model, coverage

(Reuters) – NBC briefly tore down the digital wall protecting its Olympics coverage on Thursday and permitted consumers without a 

Brazil’s golden boys have tangled past

By Estelle Shirbon LONDON, Aug 2 (Reuters) – In their heyday, Brazilians Emanuel Rego and Ricardo Santos were the most 

Chinese shuttler quits, Games host judo diplomacy

By Ossian Shine LONDON, Aug 2 (Reuters) – The Olympic play-to-lose badminton fiasco took a fresh twist when China’s Yu 

Women wear bikinis with pride in beach volleyball

(Reuters) – Say the words “beach volleyball” and you can be sure that someone will make a joke about scantily 

Swimming: Phelps and Lochte to clash for last time

(Reuters) – Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte will square off for the last time when they line up against each 
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