Jewish Gymnast Honors Israeli VictimsJewish gymnast Aly Raisman reveals she chose the tune to her gold-medal routine in honor of the Israelis murdered in the 1972 Games.
'I Am Nothing Without Them' Tattoo Stuns IOCFabian Gilot, a member of France’s freestyle swimming team, raised his arm revealing a Hebrew tattoo saying, “I am nothing without them.”
Italian Olympic Team Commemorates Munich MassacreAbout 30 Italians, including Minister of Sport, stand in silence at the entrance to Israeli team's quarters.
Livnat Plans to Observe Moment of SilenceMinister Limor Livnat to stand up during the opening ceremony of the Olympics in memory of the Israeli athletes who were murdered in Munich.
IOC President Refuses to Deny Anti-Israel StanceIOC President Jacques Rogge refused to say whether he denied 'Minute for Munich' request because the athletes were Israeli.
Munich Widows Call for Silent ProtestWidows of the athletes who were murdered in Munich call on the audience to stand when IOC head is invited to speak at the opening ceremony.
Bob Costas to Recognize Slain Israeli AthletesNBC sportscaster Bob Costas to hold moment of silence for slain Israeli athletes.
London Mayor Disagrees with IOCLondon mayor Boris Johnson tells user on Twitter: "“Believe me we will have" a moment of silence for Munich victims.