The United States broke out the big guns in hopes of taking down the favored Australians in the 4×100-meter freestyle relay Sunday night. Michael Phelps was swimming for the Americans. So was Ryan Lochte.
Mitt Romney insulted Britain’s preparations for the Olympics and inspired quotes like “apparently devoid of charm, warmth, humor or sincerity” and “worse than Sarah Palin” before cashing campaign checks from bankers and lobbyists who are at the center of the Libor scandal.
For Michael Phelps, this is it. In his mind, there’s no doubt about it. As soon as his hand touches the wall for the final time at the London Olympics, his swimming career is over.
Baltimore’s Michael Phelps says the upcoming London Olympics will be his last, but he’ll first have to face off against his U.S. rival Ryan Lochte.
After taking out Brazil, The United States Men’s basketball team will play three more exhibition games. Then they will be heading overseas to Europe as they start preparing for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.
There is an extraordinary man training in Baltimore who will soon go swim in London. Sacrifice is part of any athlete’s journey, but Bradley Snyder gave first to his country.
Jeremiah Tittle, Executive Producer of “Basketball and Beyond” with Coach Mike Krzyweski and Communications Professor at the University of Maryland, called into The Glenn Younes Shows to talk about what he observed of the U.S Olympic Men’s Basketball team in Las Vegas.
Michael Phelps’ Olympic program is set. He’ll be going for another eight gold medals.
Michael Phelps knows what’s on his schedule this summer. Just don’t ask him to share it.
Blame Ray? C’mon, Man.
11 million NFL fans in England?