Israel is asking for a moment of silence during the London Olympics to pay tribute to the athletes and coaches who died in a terrorist attack at the 1972 Munich Games. The IOC’s refusal to do so is surprising.
When you look at the numbers involved, perhaps it was always going to end this way.
If the drama in the 2008 Olympic pool was all about Michael Phelps, at the London Games it will be focused on the battle between Phelps and teammate Ryan Lochte
The U.S.-North Korea Olympic women’s soccer game on July 31 is sure to draw global attention
He’s already the greatest Olympian of all time. In London he could be come the most decorated one
The flame that lights the Olympic torch all the way to London begins on the site of the first Games, in front of the 2,600-year-old Temple of Hera in Olympia, Greece. The ritual reveals itself in an intense practice session.
Ever since failing a drug test in 2003, it’s been a tough road back to redemption.
Off the field questions still linger as the draw gets made in London.
The outspoken Dallas Mavericks owner has a point: why should free labor help Olympic committees, broadcasters, and sponsors get rich? But the Olympics boosts the NBA’s bottom line, too.
Wrestler Henry Cejudo, competing at this weekend’s U.S. Olympic trials, returns to the mat on a mission: to give illegal immigrants a voice
Unlike most countries, the U.S. does not offer direct government support to athletes. A new initiative tries to close the funding gap
With the London Olympics just a little over 100 days away, TIME takes a look at some of the places that will become quite familiar once the games begin.
Amanda Beard competed in her first Olympic Games as an innocent 14 year old. Now a mother and training for her fifth Games, she opens up about depression, cutting, bulimia and abusive relationships in her new book “In the Water …