Why did Jeneba Tarmoh pull out of 100-meter runoff? (+video)

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Olympic Profile: Todd Wells

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US team gets high-tech help to reach London

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Nike Helps Us Celebrate Women [Title IX]

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Twenty years on, Barcelona Olympic venues defy crisis

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Olympic Profile: Mary Killman

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Farah to focus on 10,000m at London Olympics

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Pele criticises Brazilians, Neymar, ahead of Olympics

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Left knee injury forces Shawn Johnson to retire

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Olympic Profile: Marti Malloy

A first-time Olympian, physical and aggressive U.S. judo player Marti Malloy is psyched and ready for the London Games. INFOtainment News had the good...

Ray Lewis Pimps Old Spice

Hard hitting Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis is doing a little acting on the side. Check out this spot where he is the new Old...

A-Rod

Better known by the nickname A-Rod, New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez is one of the most famous players in baseball today. Born in New York City, Rodriguez's family moved to the Dominican Republic when he was four years old, only to return to Miami a short time later. Rodriguez's father took for New Jersey not long after returning to the US, leaving his family behind.