Lochte's Swim Teammates to Meet with Authorities on RobberyThree American Olympic swimmers planned to meet with Brazilian law enforcement Thursday to discuss a reported robbery targeting 12-time medalist Ryan Lochte and his teammates, a U.S. Olympic Committee official said.
Playing in Olympics Much Easier than Watching Twin SisterKatherine Plouffe was having a difficult time sitting in the stands at the London Olympics, watching the Canadian women's basketball team play. She wanted to be on the court, but she wasn't ready.
Nate Ebner Adds Olympics Appearance to Bucket ListNate Ebner is the only Super Bowl champion who ever played a game of rugby in the Olympics.
Phelps is Touting the Benefit of Cupping, But Does it Work?Michael Phelps woke up on the morning of the first race of his fifth Olympic Games with some soreness in his right shoulder.
Computers, Technology Help US Track and Field Go for GoldThe seeds for many of the 25, maybe 30, medals the U.S. track team hopes to win in Rio de Janeiro were planted at a training center in California with the help of technology originally designed for golf.
On Guard: US Team Locking Down on Defense for Rio Gold"Go get him!" Tom Thibodeau's booming, baritone voice knifed through the air inside sold out Carioca Arena on Saturday as the U.S. team dropped back to play defense early in its Olympic tournament opener against China.
Canada Women's Basketball on Rise, Have Medal AspirationsKim Gaucher has seen the growth of women's basketball in Canada over her 16 years with the program.
With or Without Bolt or Russians, Athletes Will Shine in RioWith so much focus on Usain Bolt's injured hamstring and the Russian team's ban amid charges of systematic doping, it's easy to lose track of who could be making the headlines at the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
Laurie Hernandez: 'Sassy' Young Gymnast Embracing Rio StageLaurie Hernandez keeps insisting she's too young to know better. That she's so new to this whole Olympics thing, she doesn't know she's supposed to be scared.
Johnson, Kudla, Baker Approved for US Olympic Tennis TeamAmerican singles players Steve Johnson, Denis Kudla and Brian Baker have had their appeals approved by the International Tennis Federation's Olympic Committee to compete at next month's Rio Games.
USA Track Official Says Rio Logistics Will Be a ProblemAt about the same time newly minted members of the U.S. Olympic track team get their uniforms, they'll be led to a TV monitor featuring a map of Rio de Janeiro with three dots: the athletes' village, the track team's training center and Olympic Stadium.
US Swimmers Using Therapy Dogs to Relax Before RacesKacey Oberlander is missing her dogs back home, and she's more than a little stressed competing in the high-pressure environment at the U.S. Olympic swimming trials.