Sprinter Tyson Gay accepted a one-year suspension Friday after testing positive for a banned substance nearly a year ago and returned the silver medal he won in the men’s 400-meter relay at the 2012 London Olympics.
By June Navarro
AMERICAN speed specialist Ryan Flaherty, credited for the silver medal by the US in the relays during the 2012 London Olympics, has agreed to coach the Filipino tracksters bound for the Burma (Myanmar) Southeast Asian Games.
By Inquirer Sports Staff
(Part 1) Defeat, more than victory, defined what otherwise had been a momentous year in Philippine sports. Funny, but it continues to haunt us as we close a 365-day chapter in local sports.
By Tarra Quismundo
UNIQUE instead of different, their hearts power the journey to every finish line on a mission to give the nation another shot at an Olympic gold.
By Manolo R. Iñigo
THE SEESAW battle between the United States and China in the just-ended 2012 London Olympics saw the American athletes eventually overtaking the Chinese by six gold medals in the overall tally, 46-38.
One more for the gold, and seemingly nothing that can prevent it.
This U.S. men’s Olympic basketball team might not slow down until it’s standing at the center of the medals platform again.
Usain Bolt backed up his billing as a “living legend” by winning the Olympic 200 meters and becoming the first athlete to repeat as double Olympic sprint champion.
Iten in central Kenya is renowned across the world for producing extraordinarily quick middle and long distance runners. Numerous Olympic champions grew up in the town, and many more established stars are expected back from London in a few weeks with medals around their necks. AFPTV went to Iten, to try and find out what the secret is behind the success.
INQUIRER.net is launching a special site to keep readers abreast of the latest news and happenings on the 2012 London Olympics.
The US-China Olympic rivalry heated up in an unfashionable way Thursday when a top US lawmaker suggested burning the US team’s outfits for the opening ceremony because they were made in China.
Britain’s athletes have been told to target fourth place in the Olympic medal standings when the London Games get under way later this month, officials said Wednesday.
United Kingdom, London : There is just a month to go before London welcomes the world for the Olympic Games. While the sporting infrastructure is ready, two concerns remain: transport and security.
By Mark Giongco
There’s more to sweating than just losing water. Powerade, the official sports drink of the 2012 London Olympics, developed a better way of rehydrating as it unveiled its new drink to accompany the Philippine contingent throughout the competition.