Olympic silver medallist Caster Semenya has defended herself against allegations that she did not try to win the 800 metres at the London Games on Saturday.
Hundreds of cheering fans welcomed Mary Kom at the airport, breaking into an impromptu jig in which the boxer also participated. She was accompanied by her husband Onler Kom and her mother Akham Kom.
Usain Bolt broke a record then spun some records.
The Chinese state media on Sunday focused on the ethnicity of athlete Choeyang Kyi as the first ethnic Tibetan to win an Olympic medal and hailed her as an example of the community making rapid progress in sports.
Stephen Kiprotich drew inspiration from Uganda's only previous Olympic champion and capitalised on the benefits of training at altitude in Kenya to win the London Games men's marathon on Sunday.
Ram Singh Yadav, India's lone entrant in men's marathon, failed to replicate the feat through which he qualified for the Olympic Games on the winding streets of London as he finished a distant 78th from 105 starters on Sunday.
Straight from a triumphant Olympic campaign, Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt dazzled dancing fans with a turn as a DJ at a London nightclub early today.
Russia's Anna Chicherova won the Olympic gold medal in the women's high jump, clearing 2.05 metres for victory.
The US powered unchallenged to Olympic gold in the women's 4x400 metres relay on Saturday.
Britain's Mo Farah added the 5000 metres title to his 10000 metres gold medal at the London Olympics on Saturday.
Russia's Elena Lashmanova won Olympic gold in the women's 20km race walk on Saturday, beating the world record of her fellow Russian Vera Sokolova in the process.
Usain Bolt cemented his place in Olympic folklore by claiming a second three-gold medal haul in successive Games as Jamaica stormed to a world record-breaking 4x100m relay victory on Saturday.
Russian Yelena Lashmanova overhauled compatriot Olga Kaniskina in a thrilling final few metres to win the Olympic women's 20-km walk in a world record time of one hour 25 minutes two seconds on Saturday.
Carmelita Jeter powered the United States 4x100 metre women's quartet to a world record time of 40.82 seconds giving them the gold medal for the first time at the Olympics since 1996.
India's Basanta Bahadur Rana on Saturday created a national record but had to settle for a 36th place finish in the men's 50km race walk at the London Olympics.