Farah finished fourth in BBC Sports Personality of the Year based on number of votes.
'Fancy Bear' has been releasing details of athletes' Therapeutic Use Exemptions.
New Zealander sprinted to take the gold medal in the 200-meter race.
Jonnie Peacock is the Briton going for sprint gold in Rio de Janeiro.
The 71-year-old is accused of passing tickets to scalpers.
London 2012 producer tells Newsweek why opening ceremonies are so important.
The middleweight boxer is the cousin of Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler.
Lego unveils a model of the city's landmarks ahead of the 2016 Olympics.
The British Olympic gold medallist talks aura and mechanics of the Jamaican sprinter.
Around 57 percent of people are less interested in the Games now.
The Jamaican sprinter believes the ban will scare athletes out of doping.
Top Olympic star says court ruling is a political attempt to "bury athletics."
Klishina was previously accused of turning her back on fellow athletes.
The leader of the Communists of Russia party told her to represent Ukraine instead.
Philadelphia University designed anti-microbial unisuits to protect athletes from contaminated water.
The Australian tennis star said he'd dreamt of playing at the Olympic Games.
The world No. 3 golfer has sought advice on the impact of contracting the virus.
The Olympic heptathlon champion is concerned about the impact being in Brazil could have on a future family.
The world no. 2 has chosen to stay in an apartment with his team outside of the village.
With less than 100 days to go to the Olympics in Rio, Ennis-Hill is considering the impact of the virus.
Nearly a dozen people have been killed by police in Rio this month alone.
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