In addition to 37-year-old Oksana Chusovitina finishing fifth
in the women's gymnastics vault finals, there are a few men making headlines for their continued Olympic success.
Jordan Jotvchev of Bulgaria (left) is 39 years old and competing in his sixth Olympics. Not only that, but he made the men's rings finals, where he finished seventh.
And over in the equestrian ring, Ian Millar of Canada (top) and Horoshi Hoketsu of Japan (bottom) are competing in 2012 at the ages of 65 and 71, respectively. This is Hoketsu's third Olympics, but it is Miller's record-setting 10th Olympics. Granted, they get to ride horses, but they are still senior citizens.
And in case you were curious, Hoketsu is still not the oldest Olympian ever -- that honor belongs to Oscar Swahn, a shooter who was 72 at the 1920 Olympic games.
-- Andrea Reiher, Zap2it