Yun Chol Om of DPR Korea breaks the Olympic Record in the Mens 56kg Group B clean and jerk weightlifting on Day 2 of the London 2012 Olympic Games at ExCeL on July 29, 2012 in London, England.
Weight and see!
North Korea's Om Yun Chol breaks the Olympic record in the men's 56-kilogram (123-pound) Group B clean and jerk in London. He cleared 168 kg (370.377 pounds) — more than than three times his body weight. He immediately gave all the credit to former North Korean leader Kim Jong Il. MORE: Om's feat a huge weightlifting upset.
Head over heels
US gymnast Kyla Ross performs on the balance beam during artistic gymnastics women's qualification in London. Americans Gabrielle Douglas and Aly Raisman qualified for the all-around finals, but "it girl" Jordyn Wieber failed to make the final MORE: Wieber's dreams crushed in the blink of an eye.
Horses for courses
France's Donatien Schauly rides Ocarina Du Chanois on Sunday in front of the Queen's House on Day 2 of the team dressage at Greenwich Park. MORE: Zara Phillips, the Queen's granddaughter, makes her debut in Olympic equestrian. How'd she do?
Throw it down
Team USA forward LeBron James dunks over France center Ali Traore (8) during Sunday's men's basketball preliminary game. MORE: Team USA rolls in Olympic opener. Full story
Louise Bawden of Australia dives for the ball during the women's beach volleyball match against Germany at Horse Guards Parade in London. MORE: See more photos from beach volleyball action.
Shell it out
American Kim Rhode unloads during the women's skeet-shooting competition at Royal Artillery Barracks. MORE: Skeet-shooting gold cements Rhode's legend.
Make an impression
Jason Lezak of the United States dives in for the anchor leg of a men's 4x100-meter freestyle relay heat at the Aquatics Centre. The US reached the final, but settled for silver when star Ryan Lochte was overtaken on the final leg by France.
Choose your weapon
India's Bombayla Devi Laishram grabs an arrow from her quiver during the women's archery team competition in London.
Elsa Baquerizo (right) celebrates winning a point with Spain teammate Liliana Fernandez against a team from the Netherlands in a beach volleyball match. The Spanish team rallied to win 14-21, 21-16, 15-11. Get the scoop on your favorite athletes in London.
Clear to see
Annemiek Van Vleuten of the Netherlands signs in ahead of the women's cycling road race in London.
Peng Kean Yu of Malaysia looks over Mannad Zeid of Egypt as he lies injured while competing in a men's individual sabre round of 64 bout. Zeid was able to continue, but Yu defeated him 15-12.
Brendan Casey of Australia capsizes during the first Finn Class race of the Olympics at the Weymouth & Portland Venue at Weymouth Harbour.
Shuttle takes flight
Long Chen of China returns a shot against Boonsak Ponsana of Thailand during their men's singles badminton match at Wembley Arena in London.
Pumped ... for now
Patrick Mills of Australia celebrates a hoop Sunday, but he wasn't smiling at the end when his team lost 75-71 to Brazil.
Britain's Liam Tancock, front, posts a time of 53.86 seconds in the morning prelims to advance to the 100-meter backstroke semifinals Sunday.
Italy's Diego Occhiuzzi reacts after defeating countryman Aldo Montano during the men's individual sabre round of 16 fencing in London.
Ride for gold
The peloton passes by The Mall near Buckingham Palace during the women's road cycling event in London.
'Round the corner
Jorge Enriquez gets acrobatic during Mexico's 2-0 victory over Gabon in a Group B soccer match in Coventry, England. MORE: Full Olympics results.
Colombia's Rusmeris Villar Barbosa reacts during the women's 53-kilogram weightlifting competition in London.
Licking his chops
Matiss Burgis of Latvia plays a forehand in his men's singles second-round table tennis match against Alexey Smirnov of Russia at ExCeL Centre in London. MORE: Full Olympics results.
Battle on the boards
Anderson Varejao (11) of Brazil gets fouled by David Andersen of Australia as Matt Nielsen goes for the rebound during the team's game in London. Brazil beat Australia 75-71.
Not the way she planned it
Brazilian gymnast Bruna Kuroiwa Yamamoto Leal botches her dismount on the uneven bars Sunday during the artistic gymnastics women's qualifications in London.
Turbulence below ... and above
As the sky turns black before a heavy rain shower Sunday, German kayaker Hannes Aigner navigates rough waters during heats of the K-1 men's canoe slalom.
Now THAT'S balance!
Even upside down, Mexican gymnast Elsa Garcia Rodriguez Blancas is in perfect balance on the balance beam during the artistic gymnastics women's qualification Sunday.
Natalia Kuziutina of Russia (in white) competes against Romy Tarangul of Germany in the women's 52 kg (114-pound) judo Sunday in London.