Say hey to Mr. Snider

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LONDON – The dim sum was taking a few minutes, so the cashier at the O2 Arena concession stand had time to squint at my credential. “You... Read more

Chamley-Watson ousted

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LONDON – The red light came on and, just like that, Miles Chamley-Watson’s Olympic ride was over. Chamley-Watson, a Penn State... Read more

Martin opens eventing

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LONDON – Spectators were still pouring into the gorgeous Greenwich Park equestrian venue as Boyd Martin dismounted his horse. Martin... Read more

Video: Local athletes and the 2012 Olympics

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Video: What are the most intriguing storylines heading into the Olympics? Which Philadelphia athletes can shine in London? The Inquirer's Phil... Read more

A Sixer on Hold (for Now)

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LONDON – Andre Iguodala is only interested in one team for now – the U.S. Olympic squad. Questions about the Sixers, their offseason... Read more

Phelps in twilight (sorta)

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LONDON – This time, Michael Phelps means it. He has claimed he would never swim the 400 individual medley again. When he finishes the event... Read more

Olympic Twitter Buzzzzzzz

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LONDON – In the final days before the Opening Ceremony in Athens in 2004, the big story was the stunning expulsion of two of Greece’s... Read more

Joe had to go

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Finally, at least 13 years too late, Penn State figured out that football can’t always come first. By announcing the immediate end of... Read more

Not good enough, Joe

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So Joe Paterno is going out on his own terms – assuming his terms are as a tone-deaf, misguided enabler of the most abhorrent behavior... Read more

Nittany Lying

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The other problem with absolute power — after it corrupts absolutely — is that it leaves its wielder with nowhere to transfer blame... Read more