Swimmer Feigen Apologizes For "Distraction" In RioOlympic swimmer James Feigen apologized for the "serious distraction" that he and three teammates caused at a gas station in Rio, saying that he omitted some facts in his statement to police.
Viral Video: Olympic News BloopersRemember the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat? It’s not just the athletes putting in their time and effort. For the broadcasters too, the Olympics provided some memorable moments.
Sports Court Confirms Russia Ban From Rio Paralympics The Court of Arbitration for Sport has confirmed Russia's ban from the Paralympic Games as punishment for a state-backed doping program.
Speedo, Ralph Lauren Among Companies To Terminate Sponsorship Of Ryan LochteSpeedo is the first major company to drop its sponsorship of swimmer Ryan Lochte.
US Men's Basketball Team Advances To Gold Medal GameThe U.S. men's basketball team has advanced to its third-straight Olympic gold-medal game, beating Spain 82-76 on Friday.
Ryan Lochte Apologizes For 'Behavior' In RioOlympic swimmer Ryan Lochte has taken to twitter to apologize for his behavior last week.
U.S. Swimmer Jimmy Feigen To Pay $10,800 To Leave BrazilThe lawyer for U.S. Olympic swimmer James Feigen says he will pay about $10,800 Friday and then leave Brazil following the robbery scandal involving the U.S. swim team.
Usain Bolt Insists 4x100 Relay To Be Last Olympic RaceThe astonishing sprinter is back on the track Friday, looking to add to his medal stash as part of the Jamaican team in the 4x100 relay.
American Brianna Rollins Takes Gold In 100M HurdlesRollins lead the U.S. sweep of the 100-meter hurdles at the Rio Games on Wednesday night, winning with 12.48 seconds.
After Helping Fallen Athlete, USA's Abbey D'Agostino Unable To Compete Due To InjuryThe American 5,000-meter runner who stopped to help a fallen competitor back to her feet tore a ligament in her knee and will not be able to run in the final.
10 Must Watch Olympic Events This Week (8/15)The second week of the Rio Olympics is upon us. Here's 10 events to keep an eye on this week.
Usain Bolt Becomes First To Win 3 Straight Olympic 100-M TitlesThe Jamaican sprinter's swan song in the Olympic 100 meters was a pedestrian-by-his-standards 9.81-second sprint, capped off by pointing to his chest a step before the finish line.