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Charlotte Dujardin of Britain won her second gold medal of the Games Thursday in individual dressage at Greenwich Park. Dujardin, aboard Valegro, scored 90.089 points, putting a good-sized gap between her and silver medalist Adelinde Cornelissen (Parzival) of the Netherlands. Britain’s Laura Bechtolscheimer (Mitral Hojris) won the bronze. She and Dujardin were among the riders […]

The U.S. women's soccer team goes for a third straight gold while Usain Bolt is aiming for double-gold in the men's 200 meters on another busy day of competition in London.

Steve Guerdat of Switzerland took the individual jumping gold aboard Nino des Buissonnets Wednesday at Greenwich Park. Gerco Schroder of the Netherlands won the silver riding the appropriately named London after winning a jump-off over Cian O’Connor of Ireland on Blue Lloyd 12. Rich Fellers (Flexible) was the top American, in eighth.

Carmelita Jeter goes for a second medal, Team USA faces Australia in men's basketball quarterfinals, and more on Day 12 of the London Olympics.

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What to watch and TV listings for Day 11 of the 2012 London Olympics.

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Three members of Britain’s four-man show-jumping team — Nick Skelton, Ben Maher and Peter Charles — had perfect rounds in the jump-off as Britain defeated the Netherlands for the show-jumping gold medal. Saudi Arabia took bronze, while the United States tied for sixth after all four of its riders knocked down fences.

Gabby Douglas, Lolo Jones and the U.S. women's soccer, men's basketball and men's water polo teams are all in action on Day 10 of the London Games.

Twelve riders – including American Rich Fellers aboard Flexible – had no penalties and were atop the rankings on the second day of individual qualifying in show jumping at Greenwich Park. Britain had two riders among the top 12, Nick Skelton (Big Star) and Ben Maher (Tripple X). Those scores helped put Britain in a […]

Rich Fellers and McLain Ward had clear rounds and Reed Kessler had just one time fault, sending the U.S. equestrian team into Sunday’s team competition in good shape. Teammate Beezie Madden, who won bronze in this event in Beijing, fell out of the running in the individual event when her horse, Via Volo, refused to […]

The United States qualified for the Grand Prix finals in both individual and team dressage after Day 2 of qualifying at Greenwich Park. The U.S. team of Jan Ebeling (Rafalca), Tina Konyot (Calecto V) and Steffen Peters (Ravel) were fifth among the seven teams that moved on to the Grand Prix. Britain had the top […]

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