How did the Olympic rings tattoo craze get started?
The 2012 Olympic gold and silver medalist has had a busy four years.
Thirty-one is like 60 years old in Olympic swimmer years.
Polluted Rio Water Conditions Are 'Perfect' For Sailing, Olympic Windsurfers Say About 2016 Rio Games
The new reports go against earlier ones that cited Rio de Janeiro’s highly polluted beaches and bays.
With less than a week before the Olympics kick off in Rio, athletes and tourists are being warned to avoid putting their heads under the city's polluted waters.
Rio Olympics 'Disaster': 2016 Summer Games Already Marked By Many Problems But Games Can Stage A Comeback
The 2016 Summer Games will have their problems, but there are reasons to believe Brazil can pull off a controversy-free event.
The International Olympic Committee has rejected clarion calls for Russia to be banned from next month’s Rio Olympics over the nation’s doping record.
Olympics ISIS Attack? Brazil Police Arrest 10 Islamic State Supporters Preparing Plans For Rio Online
Ten were arrested and two were wanted for supporting the Islamic State group and preparing to target the Olympic Games next month.
The ruling by the Court of Arbitration for Sport will be considered by the International Olympic Committee, which will announce its final decision within the next week.
Brazil has by far the largest media market in South America, but power and resources are largely focused in a few small conglomerates.
NBC and Samsung are joining forces to broadcast 85 hours of the 2016 Rio Olympics in 360-degree virtual reality.
The suspended president’s impeachment trial is scheduled to be decided around Aug. 20, one day before the Summer Games’ closing ceremony.
More Rio Olympics Problems: Brazil Police Cannot Afford Pens, Toilet Paper, Cleaning Supplies Ahead Of Games
In the midst of a crippling recession, with the Olympics just weeks away, Rio police are struggling to afford even the bare essentials.
Olympics sponsorships have never been more expensive. So why is the IOC relaxing the rules governing what athletes can promote?
Acting Gov. Francisco Dornelles said the state still hasn’t received much-needed funds from the federal government.
The lab at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro failed to comply with international standards, a world doping watchdog said.
The International Association of Athletics Federations last week banned all Russian track and field athletes from participating in the Olympic Games in Brazil.
Just days after its track and field team’s suspension from the 2016 Summer Games was upheld, Russia’s weightlifters now face a possible penalty.
The U.S. Olympic swimmer makes a consistent, healthy diet a priority as he prepares for the 2016 Summer Games in Brazil.
The shooting by a soldier caused an uproar among animal rights groups, which questioned why the animal was involved in the event.
Several would-be Olympians have resolved to stay home during the contests in Rio de Janeiro, citing the risk of spreading Zika to their families.
As the Summer Olympics draws closer, the Brazilian city has declared a state of fiscal emergency and requested federal funding to avoid economic collapse.
Will Russia Compete At The Rio 2016 Olympics? Doping Ban For Track And Field Athletes Reportedly Upheld
Rule-abiding track and field athletes are unfairly affected by the International Association of Athletics Federations' decision to uphold the ban, the country's president said.
On Friday, the International Association of Athletics Federations will decide whether to allow Russian track and field athletes to participate in the Rio Olympics.
The Rio de Janeiro Olympics, due to take place Aug. 5-21, will be attended by 380,000 foreign visitors.
Road To Rio: Under Armour Will Use The 2016 Olympics To Expand Its Reach Into A $270 Billion Global Market
Phelps. Spieth. Murray. O’Hara. With big names at the Rio Games, Under Armour looks to expand its piece of the $270 billion international market for athletic wear.