Thousands of Olympic athletes have begun marching into the closing ceremony to celebrate the end of the London Games in joyous fashion.
The closing ceremony of the Olympics will be a global party, with a distinctively British flavor. Organizers say it will be "a celebration of all that's good about London, British people, our music and our culture."
The family collection is complete, thanks to Laura Asadauskaite's victory in the London Games.
Wondering if Sanya Richards-Ross is coming back to the Olympics?
The U.S. track team came up just short.
The closing ceremony of the London Olympics has begun, kicking off with a segment showcasing a day in the life of the British capital.
The 2012 London Games kicked off 16 days ago with Queen Elizabeth II (actually, a body double) parachuting into a whimsical opening ceremony.
They collected their rewards half a world away, in front of a crowd packed with enough big shots to rival the shine of the gold hanging from their necks.
France's lead was trimmed to one on three occasions, and it responded each time.
A small group of Islamist protesters has arrived at Stratford, near the Olympic Park, ahead of Sunday night's closing ceremony.
Usain Bolt broke a record then spun some records.
Winning the country's first Olympic water polo title was grueling enough. Celebrating the title might be more exhausting.
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Dimitriy Muserskiy and Russia managed to stay alive long enough to wear out Brazil.
The Russians stood on the podium, belting out their anthem for the entire arena to hear.
Oscar Pistorius has been chosen to carry South Africa's flag at the closing ceremony for the London Olympics.
Days after her fall, Morgan Uceny was still trying to piece together what exactly happened.
Cael Sanderson spent the past seven years teaching Jake Varner how to be a world champion _ and he was there Sunday when Varner joined him as an Olympic gold medalist.
World champion Jaroslav Kulhavy of the Czech Republic won a two-man sprint Sunday to take the gold medal in the mountain bike race of the London Games.
British athletes' Olympic success means the people charged with doling out the country's knighthoods and other honors will have their work cut out for them, Prime Minister David Cameron said Sunday.