Valley Christian High School in San Jose was bursting with pride Monday after one of its students surprised the world with her table tennis skills at London’s Olympic games over the weekend.
98-year old Alex Tarics particpated in the Berlin games in 1936, helping the Hungarian team win gold in water polo.
Twitter apologized for an outage that lasted about an hour Thursday morning just hours before the official start of the Olympic Games in London.
Look out London. The 16-year-old whose “Flying Squirrel” nickname might be the only thing more appealing than her personality or her high-flying uneven bars routine is ready to take on a new continent after upsetting world champion Jordyn Wieber to win the Olympic trials Sunday night.
Nastia Liukin posted a score of 14.050 on her signature event, better than the national championships three weeks ago but nowhere near where it needs to be to nab one of the coveted five Olympic spots.
A group of Bay Area children will be heading to the London Summer Olympics this summer—not for athletic competition, but for vocal performances.
Sam Mikulak solidified his spot on the five-man Olympic team with a score of 91.80 on Thursday, just ahead of Danell Leyva at 91.70 and national champion John Orozco.
Gymnastics fans and Olympics enthusiasts from across the country have their attention fixed on San Jose, where the 2012 U.S. Olympics Trials for gymnastics began Thursday.
Fencing may not be the most iconic of Olympic sports, but the Bay Area will be represented, nonetheless, at the Summer 2012 games in London.