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In Brazil, police have raided the home of the head of the country’s Olympic Committee, as part of an international investigation into suspected
Brazil suffering worst ever recession
Brazil's worst-ever recession has unexpectedly deepened; GDP dropped by 3.6 percent in 2016; almost as bad as 2015's 3.8 percent slump.
Six months on, Rio Olympic venues lie derelict
Organisers promised the Rio de Janeiro Olympics would bring long-term benefits to the Brazilian city and its residents.
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Citius, Altius, Fortius - A look back at the 2016 Rio Olympics
Every four years the planet’s biggest multi-sport event comes around to thrill the masses.
Rio remembered: Olympians honoured in Doha
Olympians honoured in Doha
Farah and Rose named in latest Fancy Bears leak
Olympic champions Mo Farah and Justin Rose were among athletes targeted on Monday in the latest leak of confidential medical documents that the World Anti-Doping Agency says were shared by the Fancy B
US athletes confidential medical records leaked following hack of WADA database
A group of Russian hackers calling themselves ‘Fancy Bears’ on Tuesday leaked confidential medical files of some US athletes, including four time Olympic gold medal winning gymnast Simone Biles and te
IOC disqualify six athletes from Beijing 2008
The International Olympic Committee continued its fight against doping by disqualifying six more athletes for having failed tests at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
Mnongat and Lobacevske win Mexico City marathon
The 34th Mexico City marathon took place on Sunday and some 35,000 runners braved the blistering temperatures.
Kenya disbands Olympic committee over Rio performance
Kenya has disbanded its National Olympics Committee because of “alleged mismanagement” of the national team during the Rio Games. Sports Cabinet
Russian Olympic medallists awarded free BMWs
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev thanked National Olympic team members for their achievements in Rio and rewarded them with a BMW each at a
Budapest hopes Hungary's Rio success can boost 2024 Olympic bid
Hungary’s Olympic athletes received a warm welcome upon their return to Budapest from Rio: with eight gold medals and 15 overall the country finished 12th in the medals…
Abu Ghaush treated to a hero's welcome
Jordan’s first ever Olympic medalist Abu Ghaush was treated to a hero’s welcome as he arrived back home on Tuesday night.
The Olympic flag arrives in Tokyo
The Olympic flag arrived at Haneda International airport in Tokyo on Wednesday.
360° video: Discover Rio's oldest slum by cable car
Cable car is a common form of public transport in Rio de Janeiro.
Feyisa Lilesa fears for his life after Ethiopian government protest
Ethiopia will not bar runner Feyisa Lilesa from entering the country after he made an anti-government gesture upon finishing second in the Olympic marathon on Sunday, according to a government…
Winners of the Rio Games
Britain is indisputably back as an Olympic superpower as Will Satch’s team-mates left Rio with 67 medals, including 27 gold, sitting proudly second, above China and behind only the all-powerful United
Rio 2016: Russia Paralympics ban confirmed
Russia has lost its appeal against its ban from next month’s Rio Paralympics because of a state-sponsored doping programme.
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Rio Paralympic Games: charities hit out at funding shortfall
Charities have hit out at the precarious state of the 2016 Paralympic Games, which is likely to take place under the shadow of a huge funding crisis
Russia loses appeal against Paralympics ban
Russia won’t take part in next month’s Rio Paralympics after the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) upheld a ban imposed over the state-sponsored doping…
Rio Olympics finish in a flurry of fireworks
A spectacular firework display closed the 2016 Rio Olympics in much the same way as the Games began.
American swimmer Lochte loses sponsors over Rio behaviour
Ryan Lochte’s shinangans in Rio has landed the six -time olympic gold medallist in deep water.
An Olympic hangover in Rio
Despite a troubled build up to and a few embarrassing hiccups during, Rio de Janeiro did eventually deliver a successful Olympic Games.
The Olympic Spirit: sometimes winning is not about medals
New Zealand’s Nikki Hamblin was praised for embodying the Olympic spirit when she stopped to help US runner Abbey D’Agostino during their 5,000m race at the Rio…