Some Olympic winners: the volunteers, the venues, the security, Tomato Tom and Yolanda Griffith.
There was only one missing element to the musical Closing Ceremony of the 2004 Olympics: The Matlock theme.
Bill Adcocks is a relative unknown in Greece. But people should know him considering the record he holds.
With anarchists marching on the U.S. embassy and tear gas in the air, Athens is getting back to normal.
A source of much pre-Games consternation, the volunteers have been one of the big success stories.
Poor English, dreadful Spanish, confusing Greek. Interviewing Cuban boxer Yordani Despaigne Herrera wasn't easy.
Earthquakes often aren't funny in Greece, which is why everyone's breathing a little sigh of relief.
When it comes to watching, beach volleyball wins hands, thighs and everything else down.
Our correspondent, Brian Church, honors the day of rest (and his namesake) with a brief discussion of Greek religion.
The Olympics have brought precision timing to a city that all but prides itself on timelessness.
Rude taxi drivers and the "Curse of Church" notwithstanding, the opening week of the Games has been a success.
A visit to the Athens' Helleniko Olympic Complex led Brian Church on a slalom down memory lane, without a paddle.
Judging by some early results, every Olympic athlete is hoping our Athens Insider continues to oversleep.
Greeks don't use signs to get their point across. A verbal, in-your-face approach is the preferred method in Athens.
Those who stayed away from the men's archery event on Monday -- and there were many -- missed a banner day for Bhutan.
Jubilant Iraqi fans turned a little corner of Athens into their personal playground during Iraq's second soccer victory.