Photo of the day: Private in the Royal Guard
Jul31

Photo of the day: Private in the Royal Guard

A Private in the Royal Guard, who could not reveal his name, wears a London 2012 patch while on traffic and security duty. We’ll have a gallery of photos of the London 2012 logo in various places posted tomorrow night. Photo by Bobby Ellis....

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Photo Gallery: David Boudia
Jul31

Photo Gallery: David Boudia

Team USA diver David Boudia won his first Olympic medal yesterday afternoon, a bronze in the synchronized 10-meter platform event with partner Nick McCrory. Boudia is a student at Purdue University in Lafayette, Ind. and hails from Noblesville, Ind. He is a former Beijing Olympian, competing in 2008 in the 10-meter platform and synchronized 10-meter platform events. David has been a part of the U.S National Diving Team since 2005 and...

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Control the London Eye’s lights with your Twitter and Facebook messages
Jul31

Control the London Eye’s lights with your Twitter and Facebook messages

By Katelynn Thys  |  BSU at the Games The London Eye will be adding a bit of flavor to the night sky during the Olympic Games this year. Instead of its typical blue lights, a new software program will track tweets and illuminate the iconic attraction with green, orange and purple lights every evening. Ambassadors for the EDF Energy London Eye hit the streets in bright orange shirts and perfectly white pants with a giant dry-erase...

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Daily Video: USA Fencing & USA Judo in action
Jul31

Daily Video: USA Fencing & USA Judo in action

Brandon Pope has Tuesday’s video of the day, featuring USA Fencing’s Alexander Massialas and USA Judo’s Travis Stevens. USA Fencing & USA Judo highlight Tuesday action

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For family of Olympic cyclist, waiting’s the worst part
Jul31

For family of Olympic cyclist, waiting’s the worst part

By Lindsey Gelwicks  |  BSU at the Games Nearly an hour before the women’s road race began; crowds start to appear beside the gates lining the track near Buckingham Palace. Up until that point, small clusters of people space themselves out along the edge of the road for one of the few free events of the Olympic Games. Several groups hang their nations’ flags over the railing, clanging bells and cheering as their favorite cyclists ride...

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