Ryan Lochte's lie shows us that often, lying just makes things worse. If we mess up, it's better to just admit it and take the consequences like a grown-up. If we lie to avoid getting into trouble, we can make a lot more trouble for ourselves, in the long run.
These photos are nothing but gold.
Rio de Janeiro: Two Australian swimmers have been hospitalised and will mi the team's charter flight home on Monday afternoon (local time) following separate bouts of illne . Backstroker Madi
Gymnast Simone Biles conquered the world at the Rio Olympics, so it makes sense that she got a shout-out from the commander in chief. After Biles carried the U.S. flag at the Closing Ceremony on
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There's a whole lot more to look forward to in Rio.
The Christian Voice attacked British diver Tom Daley online for being gay.
For so many Olympians, it all comes down to the last second. When Great Britain's Lutalo Muhammad, 25, lost out on the gold in the final moments of the men's -80kg taekwondo final, hi
BBC Sport presenter Dan Walker was left red-faced on Thursday night when a couple appeared to be having sex on the beach behind him during coverage of the Olympic Games in Rio. Despite insi
Being Chef de Mission is a thankless task.
Usain Bolt has made no secret of his love of football, and joked Manchester United should give him a five-year contract. Now the fastest man alive has shown his prowe in another
WASHINGTON ― Ryan Lochte on Saturday said he exaggerated a story about being robbed at gunpoint in Rio de Janeiro, speaking in his first televised interview since large portions of hi
A fitting reward for our most dominant Rio gold medallist.
As with so many events in Rio, we had our chance and failed to take it.
Neymar cried. And then so did everyone else.