Finland won the bronze medal in women's match racing Saturday after prevailing in an on-the-water protest hearing.
Diana Lopez wants to compete at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics in 2016 _ on one very important condition.
Japan added to its medal collection in Olympic women's volleyball by defeating South Korea in straight sets for the bronze at the London Games.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport has rejected the Swedish Olympic team's appeal for the women's triathlon to be declared a dead heat and silver medalist Lisa Norden upgraded to gold.
Here's a partial list of the items up for sale from the 2012 Summer Olympics in London:
Yury Postrigay and Alexander Dyachenko of Russia won gold in the inaugural men's 200-meter K-2 sprint Saturday at the Olympics.
Lisa Carrington of New Zealand won gold in the inaugural women's 200-meter K-1 sprint at Dorney Lake on Saturday, denying Hungarian kayaker Natasa Douchev-Janics a fourth Olympic title.
Ed McKeever of Britain won the final of the inaugural 200-meter K-1 at the Olympic canoe sprint regatta Saturday _ the host nation's 26th gold medal of the London Games.
Yuri Cheban of Ukraine won gold in the men's 200-meter C-1 at the Olympic canoe sprint regatta on Saturday, adding to his 2009 world title.
Get ready for a star-studded spectacular: Olympic Stadium is being transformed into a giant jukebox of British pop and pizazz for the closing ceremonies of the London Games.
You're in bed. You reach over to turn out the light, and you are turning off the exact same light Michael Phelps turned off the night before he won the gold that made him the most decorated Olympian ever. That's the dream, at least.
Russia set itself apart from the competition yet again at the London Olympics, winning the team synchronized swimming for its fourth consecutive gold medal in the event.
Oscar Pistorius set precedent with his journey to and through the London Games. When he leaves, he can add one more accomplishment: He was a finalist.
Once Carmelo Anthony drilled the 3-pointer that put Argentina away, the U.S. bench emptied onto the floor for a brief celebration.
Brazil has a rich legacy in soccer, and some of the best players in the game have proudly competed in its jersey. What it doesn't have is an Olympic gold.
When Lennox Lewis tells a heavyweight British boxer to do something, that boxer usually listens.
He told them so.
By the time Oscar Pistorius got the baton he was so far behind that he wasn't going to catch the pack on the final lap, even if the carbon-fiber blades he was running on had superchargers. He and his South African teammates had no chance for a medal in the 4x400 final, though on this night the Olympics for them were about more than just winning a gold.
Tatyana Lysenko of Russia set an Olympic record Friday night to win the hammer throw, an event marred by a technical problem with the measurements for the bronze-medal winner.
You wouldn't know by watching Jordan Burroughs that Americans can't fight anymore.