Dispatches from London: A Non-Traditional Sports Fan’s Distant View of the Olympics


Zach Bigalke, Global Turnstile managing editor and the author of “Dispatches from Vancouver”, offers his thoughts on [all the action from London over the three weeks of Olympic competition... →]

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2012 Olympics: A World Record Ere the Opening Ceremonies


A world record fell for the third time in less than a year, the first to fall during the Olympics [before the Olympics even officially commenced... →]

2012 Olympics: The Games Before the Games (Part II)


The day before the opening ceremonies, the men followed the women with the [start of their Olympic soccer tournament... →]

2012 Olympics: The Games Before the Games (Part I)


Two days before the opening ceremonies, the Olympics officially opened [when the women kicked off the soccer tournament... →]

Brunner Snaps Scoring Drought in Win over Fire

The Fire were undone in Portland by two corner-kick goals, the first by Eric Brunner and the second by their own Logan Pause.

A month-long inability to put the ball into the back of the net [ended Sunday at Jeld-Wen Field for the Timbers... →]

Much Ado About Clay

The real surface problems at the Madrid Masters had nothing to do with the color of the courts and everything to do with the compactness of their construction.

Roger Federer took the title at the Madrid Masters, but [all the talk was about blue clay... →]