Not surprisingly, Novack Djokovic ousted Andy Roddick from the 2012 London Olympic Games while Andy Murray and Venus Williams move on to Round 3. It’s looking like it will be a major Djokovic versus Roger Federer which will truly have the world watching.
2012 London Olympics
Tennis at the 2012 London Olympic Games are going to be worth the watch today as Andy Roddick goes back up against Novak Djokovic while Venus Williams takes on Aleksandra Wozniak. Hopefully the rains will hold off this time for Roddick, but that’s going to be one of those games that’s either really quick or a test of endurance.
Just two days, the U.S. men’s gymnastics team started triumphantly at the 2012 London Olympic Games, but that changed on Monday, when they placed 5th losing out to China, who took the gold medal. Images from the event are below.
2012 London Olympics Day 3 men’s and women’s singles highlights include known figures like Roger Federer, Andy Roddick, Venus and Serena Williams along with many others.
Jordyn Wieber’s tearful ouster gave NBC big ratings last night, but today Venus and Serena William, Roger Federer and Andy Roddick are all moving forward in the London 2012 Olympic Games. The Williams sisters and Federer are wowing audiences, and there’s plenty of new images below.
Roger Federer moved forward on Day 1 of the London 2012 Olympic Games and was rooting on friend and foe Andy Murray on Day 2 which had quite the severe hailstorm disrupt the games for him, Novak Djokovic and Maria Sharapova. Latest images are below.
Men’s Football at the London 2012 Olympic Games got a shocker when the reigning World and European champions Spain were sent home packing already. There’s plenty of images along with the clip of the final upset below.
Expectations were crazy high for Michael Phelps, but Ryan Lochte wound up taking the 2012 London Olympics Games first US gold medal in the 400 IM. Phelps placed fourth in a shocking upset naturally causing speculation that his more ‘relaxed’ attitude this year could keep him from breaking the most Olympic medals record. Below are images from that match.
Danny Boyle can be proud as his outstanding 2012 London Olympic Games Opening Ceremony make television history for NBC garnering over 40 million viewers topping the 2008 summer games opener in Beijing. Below are several clips from the Opening Ceremony to check out.
James Bond’s ‘Skyfall’ got quite a splashy tv spot during Danny Boyle’s astounding 2012 London Olympic Games Opening Ceremony. This spot felt like Daniel Craig’s 007 was back for intense action and making up for the last one.
Danny Boyle definitely made the 2012 London Olympic Games Opening Ceremony more than memorable as the city could also celebrate the face that it’s the first one to ever host the Games three times. There’s a huge slew of stunning images from the Ceremony that included everyone from Queen Elizabeth II with James Bond to Paul McCartney.