More Olympians to watch this summer:
LeBron James, United States
The three-time NBA MVP won his first league title this year, leading the Miami Heat past the Oklahoma City Thunder in the finals. This will be his third appearance in the Olympics. He helped the U.S. win gold in 2008 and will face increased pressure this summer with the American team depleted by injuries. Twitter handle is (at)KingJames
Tina Charles, United States
The Connecticut Sun center is playing in her first Olympics. She was the third-leading scorer for the U.S. at the 2010 world championship, averaging 10.7 points in 16 minutes. Rookie of the year in the WNBA in 2010 and averaged a league-best 11 rebounds per game last year. Twitter handle is (at)tinacharles31.
Ben Ainslie, Britain
With three gold medals and one silver medal since 1996, Ainslie can become the most successful Olympic sailor by winning gold in Weymouth. He would surpass Denmark's Paul Elvstrom, who won four gold medals ...