Peter Hanlon Natalie Cook and Tamsin Hinchley lose a see-sawing contest against the USA 21-18, 21-19.
Australia's Nat Cook and Tamsin Hinchley play USA's Kerri Walsh Jennings and Misty May-Treanor. Photos by Viki Lascaris
United States pair Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh won their third successive Olympic gold medal in women's beach volleyball by beating compatriots Jennifer Kessy and April Ross in straight sets on...
George Bush is fan, and beach volleyball tickets at the London Olympic are selling well in British government departments.
Gordon Rayner in London The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry will attend almost 30 events between them during the London 2012 Olympics, and there are no prizes for guessing who bagged a ticket to the beach...
Worried you’ll miss something at the London Games but too busy to study the schedule?
Greg Baum One of Australia's favourite Olympic disciplines is navel-gazing. Mostly, it is our own belly buttons. Sometimes, it is others', notably at the beach volleyball.
John Garnaut China's former top Olympics doctor details how he experimented using performance-enhancing drugs.
Yi Siling of China won the first gold medal of the London Olympics as Michael Phelps just qualified for his first swimming final by seven-hundredths of a second.
Scott Spits He must have been asked the same question eight times. Each time, however, the illuminating reply was delivered with a smile.
John Huxley Prince Philip once famously remarked of his daughter, Princess Anne, ''if it doesn't fart or eat hay she just isn't interested''.
Jacquelin Magnay London 2012 organisers promised an investigation after thousands of empty seats were visible yesterday at some of the most popular Olympic venues.
Phil Lutton Live coverage of all the action of Day 2 of the London Olympics.
Peter Hanlon THE Olympics is often styled as a family gathering, of nations coming together to compete yet also to celebrate the commonality of human life.
Scott Spits A look at six of the most interesting and anticipated events on day three of competition at the 2012 London Olympics.
Julian Lee The Commonwealth Bank has apologised for making an ad that played on terrorism as part of its sponsorship of the Olympics.
John Huxley Long before the last firework of the 2008 Beijing Games had fizzled out, Sydney and London, Olympic cities past and future, were winding each other up, exchanging their own friendly fire.
John Huxley HE URGES volunteers to ''lighten up and be more like Australians''. He calls for maidens to be sacrificed to London's lost sun-god Ra.
Tim Barrow Could any rugby league fan comprehend what it would be like if Italy beat the Kangaroos in a World Cup?
Peter Hanlon Peter Hanlon continues his comprehensive look at who to cheer each day of the Olympics.