Vanja Udovicic scored with less than a minute to play and Serbia rallied from a three-goal fourth-quarter deficit to beat Montenegro 12-11 and win its second straight bronze medal in men's Olympic water polo.
The rooftop missiles might have scared them off. Then again, it might have been the imposing warship or the army of undercover agents. Whatever the case, London's Summer Olympics have been terror-free so far.
Mexico was without one of its top stars. It was a long way from home. It lacked the rich tradition of the main contenders.
Egor Mekhontsev won the light heavyweight gold medal on the second tiebreaker Sunday, squeaking past Kazakhstan's Adilbek Niyazymbetov in the Olympic boxing tournament.
Most-decorated Olympian Michael Phelps, 27, is thinking about improving his golf game and traveling. Gold medalist Victoria Pendleton, 31, is looking forward to getting married and doing "normal stuff." Misty Elizabeth May-Treanor, 35, is carting her beach volleyball gold medal home to focus on family.
Jake Varner of the United States won the Olympic wrestling gold in men's 96-kilogram freestyle, beating Valerii Andriitsev of Ukraine 1-0, 1-0 Sunday.
Serik Sapiyev of Kazakhstan won the gold medal in the men's welterweight division Sunday at the Olympic boxing tournament, overcoming Freddie Evans' home-crowd support in a 17-9 victory.
IOC President Jacques Rogge wants to set the record straight: Usain Bolt is an "active" legend and the best sprinter ever.
Here are five things to look out for at the London Olympics on Sunday:
Packed crowds. A popular, explosive new discipline. Increased competition from across the globe. Plus a compelling story in British kayaker Ed McKeever, the so-called "Usain Bolt on water."
Tatsuhiro Yonemitsu of Japan won a wrestling gold medal in men's 66-kilogram freestyle Sunday, beating Sushil Kumar of India to give the Japanese their first Olympic title in the sport in 24 years.
Vasyl Lomachenko of Ukraine won his second straight Olympic boxing gold medal on Sunday, completing his domination of the London lightweights with a 19-9 victory over South Korea's Han Soon-chul.
The IOC has formally excluded Colombian runner Diego Palomeque from the London Olympics for doping, and told team officials to investigate his coach.
Flyweight Robeisy Ramirez won Cuba's second Olympic boxing gold medal of the games Sunday, capping a stellar run through the tournament with a 17-14 victory over Mongolia's Tugstsogt Nyambayar.
The U.S. men's water polo team ended its dismal Olympic campaign with a thud.
The IOC has put on hold its athletes' election after Japan appealed the expulsion of its candidate.
Russian Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko has questioned some of the judging at the London Olympics, specifically in boxing and weightlifting.
"God Save the Queen" wasn't as big a hit down by the seashore as a lot of people thought it would be.
Italy won its fourth men's volleyball medal in the last five Olympics by beating Bulgaria for the bronze on Sunday.
American wrestler Jake Varner will wrestle go for the gold medal Sunday in the men's 96-kilogram freestyle division.