LONDON -- I wanted to catch you up on my adventures around London the past few days.On Thursday, I started off my morning bright and early to head to Hyde Park, where the triathlon race was being held.
LONDON -- One of the most nerve-wracking moments of my life happened tonight, as I waited for the final score on floor in the Olympic all-around final. I had finished and was in first place, but Russian gymnast Viktoria Komova was the last gymnast to go and had done an amazing floor routine.
Jenny Fletcher, a professional triathlete, model and Oakley Perform Beautifully ambassador, will be checking in from the Oakley Safe House throughout the Olympics with behind-the-scenes photos, and more.
Fun. I am not talking the band -- I am talking about last night. Pristinely clad (for the first time) in our white ensembles, we danced the tango on the blue turf of Riverbank Arena with our Pan American nemesis, Argentina, on Tuesday.
You asked U.S. swimmer Jessica Hardy questions via Twitter, and she answered. She weighs in on her love for the sprint events, her swimming strengths and her time in London:Tina, @TinaLaswim: Have you considered competing in the 200m breaststroke, and if yes will it be in recent future?
We were confident, strong and ready.And we won it!I still can't believe that we are Olympic champions. I feel so honored and blessed.Jordyn Wieber started us off with an amazing vault -- she pretty much stuck it -- and then it all just went from there.
As soon as I landed in London, everything felt different. The excitement in the air was unmistakable and the energy undeniable. When we got off the plane, there was someone there waiting for us with a welcome sign.
A two-time Olympic champion will be in the NBC broadcast booth commentating on gymnastics during the women's individual all-around final Thursday. Not much of a surprise there. But this athlete, known for inventing some of the most difficult and dangerous flip combinations in his sport, has never set foot in a gymnastics arena.
Julie Foudy catches up with Kerri Walsh at the Oakley Safehouse to talk about going for her third consecutive Olympic gold in beach volleyball.
When I saw the rain pouring down this morning, I grabbed my phone and texted my mom right away. "Mom, it's raining," I typed. She wrote right back, "It's going to be a great day today!"We have a superstition: When it rains, it means something good is going to happen.
Today. What a magical word.The Games have officially arrived.The past few days have been a whirlwind. So much has happened since we left -- and more since we’ve arrived. A trip to Cotswold on the English countryside.
Julie Foudy stops by the Oaklay House at the Olympics in London. She gets some delicious gelato, cool custom red, white and blue glasses and relaxing visit to the longue.
Julie Foudy catches up with gymnast Jordyn Weiber and swimmer Ryan Lochte's moms and asks them about how they raised their exceptional children.
Greetings from the Olympic village! The swim team arrived on Monday, and I have finally finished unpacking the cornucopia of clothes that we found waiting for us in our rooms upon arrival. I have seven suitcases stuffed into my dorm room!
The U.S. Olympic women's water polo team left the national training center in Los Alamitos, Calif. on Sunday to fly to London. Annika Dries gives us an inside look at what one of the squad's days were like during its last week of training in the States.