Team USA Boxer Rau’Shee Warren fights today in the Men’s Fly (52kg) event as one of two American boxers left in the competition. See our full gallery of Warren here.
Photo by Valerie Carnevale.
Is the third time a charm for Cincinnati native Rau’Shee Warren? A competitor in both the Athens and Beijing Olympics, Warren is competing for Team USA for a third time in boxing. He is one of two American boxers left in the competition. Check out our video piece on Rau’Shee here.
Photos by Valerie Carnevale.
The sun sets over the London Eye. Look for our London Eye video coming soon.
Photo by Bobby Ellis.
The women’s road race cycling event started and ended against the dramatic backdrop of Buckingham Palace on the Mall Sunday. Despite the rain, hundreds of fans representing different countries turned out to cheer on the 67 riders throughout the140km race.
BSU at the Games visits Team USA Archery practice in Leyton, England prior to the start of the London Olympic Games. This gallery features archers Brady Ellison, Jake Kaminski, Jacob Wukie, Miranda Leek and Jennifer Nichols.
A Private in the Royal Guard, who could not reveal his name, wears a London 2012 patch while on traffic and security duty. We’ll have a gallery of photos of the London 2012 logo in various places posted tomorrow night.
Photo by Bobby Ellis.
Team USA diver David Boudia won his first Olympic medal yesterday afternoon, a bronze in the synchronized 10-meter platform event with partner Nick McCrory. Boudia is a student at Purdue University in Lafayette, Ind. and hails from Noblesville, Ind. He is a former Beijing Olympian, competing in 2008 in the 10-meter platform and synchronized 10-meter platform events. David has been a part of the U.S National Diving Team since 2005 and is the first American diver to break 600 points in six dives.
Photos by Corey Ohlenkamp.
Women’s cycling fans cheer on their favorite teams outside of Buckingham Palace July 29 as the 140km race begins. See our full gallery on WTHR’s website.
Photo by Tyler Varnau.
Victoria Park housed the largest free public viewing of the Opening Ceremony in London Friday night. The park had lines over a mile long to get inside and a colorful mix of spectators wearing their respective country’s flags. It housed three big screens, a ferris wheel, zipline, and was less than two miles from Olympic Stadium.
Also check out our video from the live screening of Opening Ceremony at Victoria Park in London.
Team USA Track & Field hosted a kids day in Birmingham, England last week. Thousands of primary school children came to try their hand at different sports and hang out with Olympic athletes like USA Track & Field’s Craig Kinsley (javelin), Lance Brooks (discus), Jarred Rome (discus) and Chantae McMillian (heptathlon). Look for our video feature and story coming soon.
Photos by Alex Kartman.