A plane from London City Airport to Findel brought back several Team Luxembourg athletes who were met by friends and family on Monday afternoon.
Luxembourg has high hopes for the next Olympic Games to be held in Rio when many young candidates are expected to reach maturity.
T he London Olympics closed in a blaze of music and colour Sunday after a two-week sporting festival that electrified the host nation and was watched by billions around the world.
Most Britons believe the London Olympics have delivered good value for money, according to a poll published Saturday, as the hosts revel in Britain's best performance at the Games for more than a century.
Usain Bolt pledged to keep pushing the barriers after the Jamaican team's astonishing relay triumph on Saturday but admitted he may have reached his peak at the London Olympics.
After judoka Marie Muller carried the Grand Duchy's flag at the opening ceremony, it is Laurent Carnol's turn to carry the colours at the closing ceremony on Sunday.
London Mayor Boris Johnson said Thursday there was "an unanswerable case" for the city to host the Games again, but pledged he would do his duty and hand 2016 host Rio de Janeiro the Olympic flag.
Andy Murray's Olympic medals have found a new wearer, as the tennis ace's two pups show off their precious new “collars” on Twitter.
While Luxembourg was out of the running for a medal after only a week at the Games, its athletes nonetheless managed to make some waves with some loyal fans in the ranks – the Grand Ducal family.
Grand Duke Henri showed himself very satisfied with Luxembourg's performance at the Olympic Games, saying that the Grand Duchy's athletes had made considerable progress over the past years.
Usain Bolt stormed to a successful defence of his Olympic 100m crown in the second-fastest time ever recorded Sunday as the Jamaican superstar confirmed his status as the greatest sprinter of all time.
Michael Phelps walks away from the greatest Olympic career in history with no regrets, summing up a journey that yielded 18 gold medals in the simplest of terms: "I did it."
Britain is turning red into gold as some of the country's iconic red mailboxes were painted gold on Thursday to celebrate gold medals won by British Olympians.
Grand Duke Henri visited Luxembourg’s athlete contingent at the Olympic Village in London on Thursday. He was accompanied by Princess Alexandra, Prince Félix, Prince Louis and his wife Tessy. Crown Prince Guillaume and his fiancée Stephanie joined later in the day.
Clutching two union jack flags, still in his suit and sporting a hard hat, Boris Johnson was supposed to swoop in over Victoria park on a zip line. Instead his journey came to an abrupt and rather inelegant ending as the line appeared to get stuck leaving him dangling over the amused crowds below.
The 20-year-old swimmer from Ettelbruck finished in 17th place missing the semifinals by 11 hundredths of a second, much to his frustration.
Reaching further in the Olympics than any other Luxembourg athlete since the war, Laurent "Larry" Carnol made it to the breaststrokes semifinals in London.
As in the last Olympics in Shanghai, Laurent Carnol rose to the semifinals. And as in China, he finished in 15th place in the 200 breaststroke.
Gilles Muller lost against Uzbek player Denis Istomin in three sets, but put up a good fight in the two and a half hour match on Monday.
Luxembourg archer Jeff Henckels lost against Dutch European champion Rick van der Ven in the first elimination round, marking his exit from the 2012 Games.
Luxembourg cyclist Christine Majerus was the 21st cyclist to cross the finish line in London in Sunday's road race.
Judoka Marie Muller lost against Rosalba Forciniti from Italy in the bronze medal A contest, landing a respectable fifth place overall.
Luxembourg table tennis player Ni Xia Lian lost out against her first opponent at this year's Olympic Games Ariel Hsing, leaving her out of the competition.
Luxembourg tennis player Gilles Muller beat Romanian Adrian Ungur in two sets on Saturday and is set to face Uzbek player Denis Istomin on Monday.
Luxembourg's judoka Marie Muller turned heads at the Olympics Opening Ceremony as the Grand Duchy's flag bearer, with online media calling the petite athlete a “brunette bombshell.”
While Raphael Stacchiotti was able to beat his own national record, Laurent Carnol delivered his best time in two years, showing a promising start for both of Luxembourg's Olympic swimmers.
A stirring ceremony packed with surprises, music and comedy opened the London Olympics Friday as Britain welcomed the world with a blaze of colour and creativity.
Luxembourg archer Jeff Henckels was off to a good start in the London 2012 qualification round, but couldn't keep up with his fellow competitors landing him in a difficult 49th place.
Just before the official opening of the Olympic Games on Friday, Luxembourg’s National Olympic Committee (COSL) held a press conference on Thursday evening.
Luxembourg has now well and truly arrived in London! An entertaining half-hour welcome ceremony took place in the presence of Luxembourg’s Grand Duke Henri and Grand Duchess Maria Teresa, as well as the Luxembourg team on Wednesday.
North Korea's women's football team refused to take the field for more than an hour Wednesday in protest at an embarrassing mix-up of their national flag on day one of the London Olympics.
Luxembourg was the last country to announce who would carry the flag at the London 2012 opening ceremony, but it has now been decided that judoka Marie Muller will do the honours.