The Washington Post

The U.S. men's basketball team goes for gold against Spain on the final day of the London Olympics. The Games officially end with the Closing Ceremonies.

The U.S. women go for gold in women's basketball and volleyball, while the U.S. men will try to catch Jamaica and Usain Bolt in the 4x100 relay.

The U.S. women's soccer team goes for the gold medal against Japan. Usain Bolt hopes for another track gold medal.

Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh Jennings go for an unprecedented third straight gold medal in women's beach volleyball. Three American women run in the final of the 200 meters.

Usain Bolt and Gabby Douglas will be back in action. And two U.S. teams compete in the women's beach volleyball semifinals.

Get ready for a busy day featuring gymnast Gabby Douglas on the uneven bars, Lolo Jones in the 100-meter hurdles and more.

Get ready for a busy day featuring Usain Bolt in the 100 meters, Roger Federer and Andy Murray playing for a gold medal and the Williams sisters pursuing a gold in doubles. In beach volleyball the U.S. women play in the quarterfinals and the U.S. women's basketball team plays China.

Michael Phelps swims what's expected to be the last race of his Olympic career: the 4x100 medley relay. Double-amputee Oscar Pistorius competes in the 400 meter heats, and Serena Williams plays in the women's tennis gold medal match.

Michael Phelps swims the 100 butterfly, the final individual event of his remarkable Olympic career. The U.S. women's soccer team faces New Zealand, tennis semifinals get underway, and track and field events begin.

Women's gymnastics and swimming took center stage on Day 6. Gabby Douglas won the women's all-around crown, while Michael Phelps defeated Ryan Lochte to win the 200 individual medley to win the 16th gold medal of his career. Rebecca Soni won the 200 breaststroke and broke the world record she set yesterday.

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