Dominique and her photog, Byron Nichols, take a cab to cover the day of the Opening Ceremonies.
Dominique and NBC Sports broadcaster Al Michaels.
Dominique and NBC Sports broadcaster Dan Patrick
Dominique and NY Knicks coach Mike Woodson, who's in London to watch two Knicks play for Team USA basketball.
It's a grey morning in London Friday. Cloudy skies are expected for Opening Ceremonies day, but no washout is in the forecast.
Dominique with Christina Loukas' family. Christina is an Olympic diver who trains in The Woodlands.
Dominique interviews Christina Loukas' family.
Dominique with Houston Olympic boxer Marlen Esparza.
Today Show set in London.
Behind the Today Show set.
Dominique with Natalie Morales and Savannah Guthrie on the Today Show set.
Dominique says hi to NBC's Matt Lauer as he makes his way to the Today Show set.
Dominique and Meredith Viera, who Dominique says, "is as sweet as can be."
Inside Olympic Park
Dominique interviews legendary gymnast coach Bela Karolyi about Team USA's chances this year.
Steven Lopez, of Sugar Land, stops training for a few minutes to chat with Dominique about his Olympic goals in London.
Steven Lopez practices his taekwondo moves during practice at the University of East London.
Notice the tattoo on Steven's arm?
Steven's sister, Diana, is also on the USA Olympic taekwondo team and trained hard at the University of East London.
USA taekwondo coach Jean Lopez talks with George Weissfisch at practice.
Dominique interviews native Houstonian and NBC diving analyst Cynthia Potter.
Dominique and her photojournalist, Byron Nichols, ride the Tube for their next destination.
Dominique and her photog, Byron, eat lunch at the NBC commissary.
NBC's workspace in London, where Dominique will work with her crew.
The Olympic rings on the River Thames.
Tower Bridge in the distance.
This is where the Olympic basketball games will be played.
A countdown clock is in London's Trafalgar Square.
Dominique and photojournalist Byron Nichols get set up for a story.
Dominique interviews Houstonian Rachel Weikel, who now lives in London. Dominique's reports will air all week on KPRC Local 2.
Barricades are up along some London streets to prepare for the games.
Dominique arrives in London.
Dominique files her first report from Bush Intercontinental Airport minutes before she hops on a plane to travel across the pond!
Dominique with her photojournalist, Byron Nichols, and producer, Brian Sasser, before they board their flight to London.