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Hope Solo’s insane save and other GIFs from day 13 of the London Olympics
Plus Carli Lloyd shines, Claressa Shields reacts to becoming the first U.S. woman to take gold in boxing, and a terrifying moment in synchronized swimming.
Nicolas Batum’s groin-punch and other GIFs from day 12 of the London Olympics
Pole vault fail, USA volleyball, and much more.
Pain and triumph on day 11 of the London Olympics
Gymnastics, weightlifting, hurdles, and so much more.
Oscar “Blade Runner” Pistorius debuts at the Olympics
Here are the most memorable moments from the weekend at the 2012 Olympic Games in London.
Olympics in GIFs: Day 6
From Gabby Douglas to basketball domination, the best GIFs from day 6 of the #London2012 Olympics
Day 5 at the Olympics: Badminton and a bare breast
The agony of Badminton scandals, the ecstasy of gymnastics GIFs.
The best GIFs from the #London2012 Olympics—Day 4
Michael Phelps and the women's gymnastics team win big for USA.
A day of controversy at the Olympics
From fencing to Twitter, more than one platform saw huge upsets yesterday.
The best GIFs from the Olympics’ opening weekend
Watch U.S. gymnast Aly Raisman's family, Michael Phelps' post-race reaction, and Abby Wambach get punched.
Twitter ruins Olympics’ opening ceremony for America
Plus: we kick off a new regular feature summarizing the best content from the day's Olympic events.
Explaining the news through song: A personal case study
What the Daily Dot's Dave Holmes learned from achieving viral success with "The Fracking Song."
Redditor beats local news outlets to report of deadly shooting
How one redditor used social media to beat the news at its own game.
Open-Source Condoms? Sam Muirhead’s radical quest to open source his entire life
Starting August 1, the Berlin-based filmmaker will attempt to survive one year using only open-source products and document the results.
Breaking Bad is blowing up on YouTube
A pair of supercuts and a PSA from Bryan Cranston should hold you over until TV's best show about cooking meth returns this Sunday.