Sports | WAMU 88.5 - American University Radio

Sports

RSS Feed
NPR

Let's Catch Up: 'Super Saturday' For Brits; 'World's Fastest Man' Coming Up

Sunday's action includes the final in men's tennis and the gold medal race in the men's 100-meter sprint.
NPR

Nailbiters And Tiebreakers In London Olympics

It was a big day for sprinters in track and field Saturday. NPR's Mike Pesca joins guest host Linda Wertheimer with news from the 2012 London Olympics and the many ways to break a tie.
NPR

Runner With Artificial Legs Sprints Past Barrier

Sunday night at the Olympics, South African Oscar Pistorius runs again in a preliminary heat in the 400-meter sprint. His first heat Saturday made history because Pistorius has artificial legs. He's the first amputee to run an Olympic race. NPR's Howard Berkes looks at an unprecedented Olympic quest some are not ready to accept.
NPR

British Elbow Into An Exclusive Medals Podium

There is still a week to go in London, but it's a good bet that after all the drama ends, Britons will look back on Saturday night as a moment the games turned in their favor. Team Great Britain snagged three track and field gold medals on the game's biggest stage. NPR's Tom Goldman reports.
NPR

That's No Swimsuit, That's A Racing System

After the 2008 Olympics, organizers re-wrote the rules to outlaw Speedo's lightning-fast full-body swimsuits. The company went back to the drawing board and came up with a new system — and it's helping speed top swimmers like Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte to the medal stand.

Pages