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Few sports events have evolved more dramatically, or seen more advances in technology and technique, than the Olympics. The London Games will showcase a spectrum of new ideas, designs and equipment, from giant...
July 23, 2012 | ALEXANDER WOLFF
The grand old city rescued the Games as a last-minute host in 1908 and '48, and its record third Olympics, planned through seven years of triumph and tragedy, should be a vibrant (if possibly soggy) model for the future
July 23, 2012 | BRIAN CAZENEUVE
Story lines: Chris Hoy (left, foreground), a 30-time world or Olympic medalist, leads a track cycling juggernaut; Somalian-born Mo Farah goes for a distance-running double; big Games for sailors, equestrians ... and...
July 09, 2012 | GRANT WAHL
David Beckham won't suit up as an old-timer for Great Britain, but there will be loads of young star power in the men's Olympic tournament, with squads made up mostly of U-23 players. Keep an eye on these five bright...
July 02, 2012 | Ben Reiter
A new novel about cycling probes the toll of a medal quest