August, 2012  // Posts published in August, 2012

27 Aug 2012 Posted in Doping in Cycling

The Armstrong fallout: Thoughts and theories

Lance Armstrong's 7 Tour titles are only the tip of an iceberg now that the ceiling is truly caving in as a result of doping investigations. Some thoughts...

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12 Aug 2012 Posted in London 2012

London 2012: Men’s marathon analysis

Stephen Kiprotich of Uganda is the Olympic Marathon champion. We covered the race as it happened, with splits and commentary

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11 Aug 2012 Posted in London 2012

London 2012: Women’s 800m

Caster Semenya's silver medal in the 800m event brought accusations of deliberately losing. I analyze the validity of these accusations

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09 Aug 2012 Posted in London 2012

London 2012: Spectacular 800m

David Rudisha produced an Olympic highlight by front-running to gold in a new world record. Thoughts on the race

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07 Aug 2012 Posted in London 2012

London 2012: Day 10

The men's 400m final produced an all-Caribbean affair, and a young champion. Thoughts and insights

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05 Aug 2012 Posted in London 2012

London 2012: Men’s 100m…It’s Bolt!

Usain Bolt defended his 100m title against the challenge of Yohan Blake. An Olympic record, and more thoughts

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05 Aug 2012 Posted in London 2012

London 2012: Women’s Marathon

Kenya vs Ethiopia for the Women's marathon title produced a slightly unexpected winner in Tiki Gelana. Here's the race breakdown, live

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05 Aug 2012 Posted in London 2012

London 2012: Day 8 recap

Recap of Day 8 of the 2012 Olympic Games in London

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04 Aug 2012 Posted in London 2012/Oscar Pistorius

London 2012: Pistorius and unfair advantage

A presentation that summarizes and explains the history of the Pistorius debate, and why carbon fiber blades give an advantage

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