For one last look of the world's youth that now wear the badge of being "faster, higher, strongerm" join Communities writers as we watch and discuss the Closing Ceremony. Published August 12 2012
NBC announced a change of heart. The Closing Ceremony will be streamed live online on NBCOlympics.com; it will still air on TV on a tape-delayed basis at 7 p.m. Eastern Sunday. Published August 11 2012
Anyone who still doesn’t think women’s boxing belongs in the Games should go a few rounds with these accomplished, powerful athletes. Published August 9 2012
Andy Murray's gold medal in the Olympics was at least as important as any Grand Slam victory. Published August 8 2012
Shields is just 17 years old, but has all the physical and mental tools needed for success, capped off by her exuberance and aggression in the ring. Published August 8 2012
Saudi Arabia’s first female Olympian has returned home, but the reception, which should have been applauded within the Kingdom, was either ignored or harshly rebuked domestically. Published August 8 2012
With new technology, sports fans have access to athletes like never before through social media such as Twitter and Facebook. It is changing the face of sports. Published August 7 2012
The final sport to break the gender barrier at the Summer Olympic Games is wildly popular among fans old and new. Americans are helping lead the way. Published August 6 2012
Supported by his enthusiastic fans across Great Britain, Murray is the first British player to win the gold in singles since London 1908. Published August 5 2012
No matter the outcome for any of the women today, they can take pride in representing their sport with dedication and purpose in its Olympic debut. Published August 5 2012
“I pretty much handed it to her,” Zagunis said, referencing her semifinal loss to eventual gold medalist Kim Jiyeon of South Korea. Published August 4 2012
It only took 82 seconds for Wojdan Shaherkani of Saudi Arabia to lose her judo match, but in the process she made history as the country’s first female Olympian. Published August 3 2012
With all of the focus on who said what on the men’s basketball team, we’re all being distracted from America’s truly dominant squad: the women. Published August 3 2012
Team USA has a shot at a marathon medal, but will have to get past Kenya, Ethiopia and Russia first. Published August 3 2012
The headscarf issue for a female Saudi judo athlete may seem simple in the West, but they have far-reaching implications. Published August 2 2012
The Flying Squirrel flew just a little higher today, pulling out her best performance under pressure to win the most coveted title in gymnastics and the Olympic Games. Published August 2 2012
Missy Franklin, the gymnastics Fab Five, women’s basketball and soccer teams are products of Title IX changing women’s athletics. Published August 1 2012
Tunisia played its heart out, going up against the American giants. Published August 1 2012
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