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LONDON (Reuters) - American golden girl Gabby Douglas, the darling of Olympic gymnastics in London, came down to earth on Monday when she finished last in the final of the asymmetric bars but, far from despondent, she promised to bounce back on the beam.
LONDON (Reuters) - As the United States' flag rose in the London ExCel Centre, the country's first judo gold medallist Kayla Harrison broke down in tears as the enormity of her achievement in overcoming child sex abuse to become an Olympic champion sank in.
LONDON (Reuters) - South African Cameron Van der Burgh, struggling to contain his emotions, shook his finger in disbelief at the screen above the pool as it flashed his 100 metres breaststroke world record and his country's first gold of the 2012 Olympic Games.
BIRMINGHAM: Darvis Patton ran through his list of mishaps in the 400m relay, almost reliving each scene with a sense of detachment.
SHANGHAI: U.S. Open champion Rory McIlroy held his nerve in the closing stages to edge out American Anthony Kim in a sudden death playoff and pocket the US$2 million winner's cheque at the Shanghai Masters on Sunday.
Sports associations in Malaysia can be likened to parents, writes SHAMSUL FITRI.
KUALA LUMPUR: It was a moment to cherish for Bukit Jalil Sports School (BJSS) when two of their athletes - Yew Sook Ting and Katrina Ann Abdul Hadi - stood proudly among the top 10 best students honoured by the Education Ministry last year.