London 2012 Olympic Games: Day 9
Usain Bolt and fellow Jamaican Yohan Blake finished 1-2 in the 100-meter dash while Justin Gatlin of the U.S. earned the bronze medal.
Usain Bolt ran a 10.63 to win the 100 for the second consecutive Olympics.
Bolt is the first man since Carl Lewis (1984, '88) to be awarded the gold medal in the 100 in back-to-back Olympics.
Andy Murray of Great Britain celebrates winning the singles gold medal over Roger Federer.
Tiki Gelana of Ethiopia heads toward a first-place finish in the women's marathon in a time of 2 hours, 23.07 seconds, five seconds faster than Priscah Jeptoo of Kenya.
After finishing five seconds behind winner Tiki Gelana of Ethiopia in the hard-fought women's marathon, silver medalist Priscah Jeptoo of Kenya paused.
Venus and Serena Williams won Olympic doubles again, increasing the number of career gold medals each has won to four.
The U.S. women wrapped up pool play with a 114-66 victory over China and will play Canada on Tuesday.
Britain's Natasha Jonas punches her way to a 21-13 victory over Quanitta Underwood of the U.S. during a lightweight bout in the round of 16.
Nevin Zugaj of Croatia (blue) defeated Tolba Estam of Egypt during their Greco Roman match.
Suzana Lazovic of Montenegro launched a screaming shot on goal in her team's 25-25 handball tie with Russia.
On the historic first day of Olympic women's boxing, 132-pound Queen Underwood of the U.S. marched in to face Britain's Natasha Jones. Underwood's dream of winning Olympic gold was dashed with a 21-13 loss.
Alaaeldin Abouelkassem (left) outtouched Britain's Richard Kruse 6-5 in their men's team foil match, but the British claimed victory, 45-33.
Emin Ahmadov of Azerbaijan (red) locked up Zurabi Datunashvili during his victory over the Georgian in their quarterfinalmatch in the 163-pound class.
The U.S.'s Sanya Richards-Ross (center) raced to victory in the women's 400 meters in 49.55 seconds, holding off runnerupChristine Ohuruogu of Great Britain (second from left).
Home favorite Andy Murray raised the roof at Wimbledon by defeating old nemesis Roger Federer 6-2, 6-1, 6-4 in their goldmedal match.