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Ivan Lendl and Andy Murray Parting Ways

Ivan Lendl, described as one of the greatest tennis players of all time, has parted ways with Olympic gold medalist Andy Murray. During their two-year coaching partnership, Murray won Wimbledon, as the first Briton to do so in 77 years. …

Paralympic Games Begin Tomorrow in London

The 2012 Paralympic Games are set to kick off tomorrow evening in London. The 14th Paralympic Games will host around 4,200 athletes from 166 countries, including over 200 athletes from the U.S. Many of the U.S. athletes competing are military …

Breeja Larson Upsets World Champion Rebecca Soni at Olympic Swimming Trials
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Breeja Larson is something of an unknown at the Olympic Swimming Trials taking place in Omaha, but that hasn’t stopped her from making a huge impact on the shape of the team. In fact, it’s safe to say Breeja Larson …

Olympic Swimmer Decides Not to Quit Twitter
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According to a story published in the Sporting News yesterday, Rebecca Adlington, the two-time Olympic gold medalist from Britain, said she was giving up Twitter during the Olympics because people were making fun of the way she looks. Adlington said …

London Olympics Protesters Suspended From Twitter London Olympics Protesters Suspended From Twitter
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As you might expect, not everyone in England is welcoming the Olympics with open arms. So much so, in fact, there’s an official protest movement which can be found at ProtestLondon2012.com. This “Official Protesters” collective is overseen by a group …

Iran Blocks Access To London 2012 Olympics Site
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In a move that is not that rare or at all unheard of, the theocratic government in charge of the Republic of Iran has blocked access to the official site for the 2012 Olympics in London, England for all of …

NBC and YouTube Partner For 2012 Olympics NBC and YouTube Partner For 2012 Olympics

If you’re looking forward to the summer Olympics this year in London, you’re in for an extra special treat. You’ll be able to watch streaming coverage of the events for the first time. NBC and Google’s YouTube have teamed up …