It was a remarkable weekend for athletes with Oregon ties at the London Summer Olympic Games.
Britain's Mo Farah, who trained this year in Portland, and his Portland training partner Galen Rupp stunned the Kenyans by finishing 1-2 in the men's 10,000 meter race
Video: Farah, Rupp 1-2 in 10,000
Wilsonville equestrian Rich Fellers dazzled on Sunday with a perfectly clean jumping round in the team competition.
In the men's 1500 meters, University of Oregon grad Matt Centrowitz looked strong as he advanced easily from his heat into the 1500 meter finals.
On Sunday morning, Shalane Flanagan and Kara Goucher battled to the finish in the Women's Olympic Marathon. Flanagan finished 10th and Gocuher right behind her in 11th.
The four fastest men in history were all in the men's Olympic 100 meters final. And so, it was no small feat that Salem's McKay High School grad Ryan Bailey finished 5th, bested only by his teammates and the two fastest men in the world, Jamaica's Usain Bolt and Yohan Blake.
Video: Fastest man in the world