2016 Summer Olympics
"You literally had one job and you couldn’t protect us," the Olympic medalist said at the U.S. Gymnastics Championships this week.
Sergio Cabral told a judge that he bought votes of International Olympic Committee members to award the Brazilian city the 2016 Summer Games.
Hernandez will be the newest doll in Mattel's Barbie "Shero" line.
The Olympic swimmer had posted an image on social media showing himself receiving an infusion in May.
Women's sports should be about the destruction of gender norms, not reinforcing them.
The Tongan flag bearer and cross-country skier stole the show once more.
"This is gonna go down in history.”
It was a real Cinderella story.
A Russian curler had earlier lost his bronze medal over doping charges.
“My parents never had to talk to me about situations like this," the father said.
Handing public security to the military is likely to worsen the plight of poor residents who are already subject to the worst of Rio's violence.
It's the third proven instance of doping so far at this year's Games.
They're a safe space for spectators and the workforce to report misconduct and receive counseling.
Emmy-nominated “Saturday Night Live” star Leslie Jones has started her hysterical reporting on the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea as part of NBC’s official coverage team.
“Saturday Night Live” star Leslie Jones will report from the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in South Korea.
NFL players have broadcast their blackness in a way white people can no longer ignore.
A prosecutor read the gymnast's powerful victim impact statement in court on Thursday.
In Russia, doping is a state matter. In America, it's privatized and corporatized.
Iranian Kianoush Rostami, who earned the medal in Rio last year, says it belongs to his people.