Olympic 100m hurdles champ Sally Pearson crashes out in Rome
Olympic 100m hurdles champ Sally Pearson crashes out in Rome

Australian Olympic champion Sally Pearson suffered an early season setback after crashing out of the women`s 100m hurdles with an apparent hand injury at the Rome leg of the Diamond League on Thursday.

Football Association end plan for combined British team at Rio Games: Report
Football Association end plan for combined British team at Rio Games: Report

The English Football Association have scrapped plans to send a combined British soccer team to compete at next year`s Rio de Janeiro Olympics because of opposition from other home nations, the BBC reported on Monday.

CWG 2014: Dominant Tom Daley retains diving title

England`s Tom Daley retained his 10-metre platform diving title with a dominant display at the Commonwealth Games on Saturday.

Essex in deal to play at Olympic Stadium

English county side Essex have agreed in principle to play T20 cricket at the London Olympic Stadium from 2016.

South Africa court sends Pistorius for 30 days of mental tests

South African Olympic and Paralympic track star Oscar Pistorius was ordered on Tuesday to undergo a month of psychiatric tests to find out whether he was criminally responsible when he shot dead his girlfriend on Valentine`s Day last year.

Thorpe`s manager rejects `fears` of swimmer losing `infected` arm post surgeries

The manager of Australian swimming legend Ian Thorpe has dismissed fears that the swimmer could lose his arm after contracting a serious infection in his shoulder following a series of surgeries.

Olympic champion Zanetti threatens nationality switch

Brazil`s Olympic gymnastics champion Arthur Zanetti has threatened to switch nationalities in a bid to successfully defend his London 2012 gold medal at the Rio 2016 Games.

Jessica Ennis celebrating medal with sex and junk food

Jessica Ennis says she is celebrating her Olympics success with all the things she had missed while training for the Games - sex, wine and junk food.

Milkha Singh bursts into tears after Sushil wins silver

Legendary Indian athlete Milkha Singh burst into tears after grappler Sushil Kumar won the silver medal in 66kg freestyle wrestling competition at the London Olympics on Sunday.

London 2012 Rhythmic Gymnastics: Google`s latest doodle

Friday`s theme is on London 2012 Rhythmic Gymnastics, which is also the fifteenth day of the biggest sporting event.

Olympic 2012 Schedule: India's schedule

Your guide for the final week to keep a tab on the Indian athletes in action at London Olympics.

London Olympics powered by environmental efforts

The London 2012 Olympics could be one of the most eco-friendly games yet with its environmentally responsible energy to recyclable venues.

London Olympics 2012 Fencing: Italy wins gold in men`s team foil

After nine days of lunge, parry and riposte with epee, foil and saber, Italy fought its way back to the top of the fencing medal table.

London Olympics wrestling: Iran`s Soryan Reihanpour wins gold

Iranian wrestler Hamid Mohammad Soryan Reinhanpour won gold in the men`s 55 kg Greco-Roman class Sunday, beating his Azerbaijani opponent Rovshan Bayramov in the final.

London 2012 Shot Put is the latest Google doodle

Ever since the London 2012 Olympics have started, Google has dedicated each day with a new doodle to different sporting events.

London Olympics 2012: Phelps proves human after all

The crowd at the Olympic Aquatics Centre arrived late, as if they were trying to stall off the inevitable.

Phelps and I will still be friends, says Lochte

"Whatever happens, we will still be friends," was the promise made by Ryan Lochte following his stunning win in the final of the men`s 400 metres individual medley Saturday night.

Prohibitive ticket prices keep Indian Diaspora off Olympics opening

With three days to go for the Olympics opening ceremony, the rush for tickets are intense - but not for the estimated 1.6 million Indians in Britain.

Bindra`s Beijing gold will be rallying point: Sandhu

Manavjit Singh Sandhu, a former trap world champion, said that Indian shooters would win more than one medal in the July 27-August 12 Olympics.

Michelle Obama to lead U.S. presidential delegation at Olympics opening ceremony

The first lady of the U.S. Michelle Obama would lead the presidential delegation to the London 2012 Olympics opening ceremony this summer.