Methuen native Sean Furey will make his Olympic debut Wednesday, competing in the qualifying rounds of the men’s javelin.
Needham’s Aly Raisman will leave the London Olympics with three medals, the most of any of the American women gymnasts.
Judoka star Nicholas Delpopolo became the first olympian expelled from the games for doping today and the news hit the mat with a thud at a judo club in Wakefield, MA.
Harvard alum Henrik Rummel may be from Denmark, but he’ll be sporting the stars and stripes as he rows in the Olympic Men’s Four final tomorrow in Eton Dorney, England.
The WBZ London Eye team was lucky enough to mingle amongst some of the US Olympic elite in the Olympic Park.
Mitt’s terrible foreign trip isn’t just bad press and a campaign stumble. In diplomacy gaffes, missteps, and offenses have real consequences for our national security and the peace and stability of the world.
Rafalca, co-owned by Ann Romney, competed today in the first stage of the Olympic Dressage competition at Greenwich Park.
Stuart McNay goes for the gold in sailing in London.
The relationship Massachusetts resident and gold medal hopeful Kayla Harrison has with her coach Jimmy Pedro is so much more.
Duxbury native and Northeastern alum Will Miller fell just short of Olympic glory on Wednesday.