Posts tagged "photo feature"

Photo of the day: Women’s cycling in Hyde Park

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.

Photo of the week: Practicing with Team USA synchronized swimmers

Team USA synchronized swimming duo Mary Killman and Mariya Koroleva spend hours treading water as part of their intense training for the Olympic Games.

After failing to medal in Beijing, the United States’ synchronized swimming team seeks redemption at the 2012 London Olympics. Killman and Koroleva are the sole American entrants in the duet competition.

Photo by BSU at the Games

Mary Killman and Mariya Koroleva

Photo of the week: In the gym with boxer Rau’Shee Warren

Rau’Shee Warren hits the gym in his hometown of Cincinatti. Hailing from the impoverished Westwood community, Rau’Shee first began training at age six and won his first amateur fight at the age of eight.

This year, Rau’Shee made history by becoming the first athlete to qualify for three U.S. Olympic boxing teams. Watch for him at the London 2012 Olympic Games.

Our story on Rau’Shee is coming soon. Watch the promo here.

Photo by BSU at the Games.

Photo of the week: Team USA hopeful Caroline Queen

At age 16 she became the youngest athlete to make the national team for slalom kayaking, but Caroline Queen missed qualifying for the previous Olympic Games by a hair. Now at age 20, and after coming back from a knee injury, Queen is a favorite to earn a spot on the 2012 Summer Olympic roster. Her fate will be decided June 10.

Read her story here: Queen aims for USA Kayak crown

Photo courtesy of Brett Heyl.

Photo of the week: Olympic diver David Boudia

David Boudia has been a member of the U.S. National Diving Team since 2000 and competed in the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games in the 10-meter platform and synchronized 10-meter platform (with partner Thomas Finchum). He’s currently attending Purdue University and training for this summer’s Games.

Look for our story on Boudia, coming soon!

US Diving's David Boudia at practice

Photo of the week: USA Archery’s Brady Ellison

Since making his first U.S. Olympic Team in 2008, USA Archery’s Brady Ellison has climbed the ranks in the archery world, becoming a medal contender heading into the 2012 Games and the only archer ever to win three consecutive World Cup titles.

A six-time world cup medalist, Ellison has garnered the international experience necessary for an attempt to make a much-anticipated gold-medal run.

View our full album of photos from the 2012 Team USA Media Summit.

Photo by Ryan Sparrow.

Brady Ellison