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You may remember Paul and Gary O'Donovan from Rio 2016. The Irish brothers snagged a silver medal at the Olympic Games for rowing, but won hearts around the world with their hilarious TV interviews ab...
The only appropriate way to describe 2016 in a nutshell would be a long, drawn-out sigh. Yet despite all the devastating moments, a handful of news stories showed that humanity still has a lot of hear...
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 insisting they...
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Being Chef de Mission is a thankless task.
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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 his initial account...
A fitting reward for our most dominant Rio gold medallist.
And it kind of won that by accident.
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How could you ever forget those moves?
It's official: Simone Biles is the first U.S. gymnast ever to win four Olympic gold medals. After winning the team final and individual all-around title last week, Biles won her third gold medal in th...
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When Abbey D'Agostino of Team USA and New Zealand's Nikki Hamblin tumbled to the ground during Round 1 of the women's 5,000-meter race on Tuesday, they quickly decided there was only one thing they co...
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Our sailors deliver again. Phew.
"Politics should not be mixed with sport".
Odessa Swarts was a standout athlete in her prime, but apartheid in her home country of South Africa kept her from competing on track and field's biggest stage. Thanks to her son, she is finally getti...