Found July 25, 2012 on Larry Brown Sports:
PLAYERS: Bob CostasHope Solo
Friday kicks off a familiar quadrennial tradition: trying to figure out what Bob Costas will wear on a given night, while marveling at his encyclopedic knowledge of badminton. This practice may or may not include bouts of cheering for the underdog Belgian men’s national field hockey team, hoping that the country can finally get off the gold-medal schneid. Or, even the occasional urge to position pieces of furniture in the room to recreate the optimal conditions for a gymnastics vault. The latter certainly explains why the Olympics bring about an increase in the number of OR visits concerning various household item-related impalement injuries. Yes, folks, the five-ringed media circus is back. The Olympic Games have returned. Citius. Altius. Fortius. If I didn’t know any better, I would have thought that the Latin maxim probably had something to do with watching the world’s greatest athletes on tape-delay in primetime. The Games, where all the nations of the world — the ones that do...

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Pictures: Bob Costas and Carmelo Anthony pose for The Hollywood Reporter

  Bob Costas – the face of NBC’s coverage of the Olympics — posed with a few athletes including the New York Knicks Carmelo Anthony for The Hollywood Reporter.

Photos/Video: Carmelo Anthony Olympic Photo Shoot With Bob Costas

Alongside American sportscaster Bob Costas, Carmelo Anthony will grace this month’s Olympic issue of ‘The Hollywood Reporter‘. Check out some photos and behind the scenes footage of the shoot:

Viewing guide for Olympics coverage

The Summer Olympics opening ceremony takes place Friday, but the first of 5,535 hours that NBC is showing of the games begins Wednesday with qualifying rounds in women's soccer. With so many different options, viewers need a road map to make sense of it all. NBC is promising that every competition in London will be available to U.S. consumers live, with the bulk of them seen...

Fencer Mariel Zagunis leads Americans in ceremony

The mother of fencing star Mariel Zagunis pushed up her flight and frantically packed her bags to make sure she gets to London in time. After all, it's not every day her daughter leads the U.S. team in the opening ceremony of the Olympics. So Cathy Zagunis threw her things together Thursday at her home near Portland, Ore., overwhelmed with emotion and intent on getting to Olympic...

2012 London Olympics: A-Z Reference Guide

Are you as excited as we are about the Olympics this weekend? We are especially looking forward to the events that combine multiple disciplines, such as athletics, modern pentathlon and triathlon. Not sure what goes on in those events? No worries; we compiled a reference guide to bring you up to speed with each sport in the 2012 Olympic Games. And since for two weeks every four...

Q&A: Adidas and the Olympics

Over the next couple days, you’re simply going to be inundated with all things Olympics. From cheesy TV features on athletes you’ve never heard of, to learning fun facts about London you couldn’t care less about, and seeing entirely too much of Bob Costas in HD, there really is nothing quite like the Olympics Games. However, what you might not be thinking about is the gear...
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