Prosecutors claim Carlos Nuzman greased the wheels to land Rio the 2016 games.
The husband and wife won five gold medals between them in Rio.
Jonny was halted by heat stroke with 700 meters of the race remaining.
Saskia Clark tells Newsweek she had TUEs at the Beijing and London Olympics.
While Tinder reigned at the Sochi Games, the mosquito-borne illness is set to take over Olympics culture in Rio de Janeiro.
The sportswear company has been on the rise domestically, but the Rio Games offers a chance to cut into Nike and Adidas' worldwide market share.
World athletics' governing body met in Zurich on Friday.
Many question Brazil's readiness to host the Games in the 'murder capital of the world.'
More than 200 health experts wrote an open letter in May calling for the games to be postponed or relocated because of the Zika outbreak.
The Australian golfer has pulled out of Rio partly for this reason.
Refugees fleeing civil war encounter high crime rate, language and cultural barriers and an uncertain economic outlook.
Preparations for the Summer Games have been affecting Rio citizens for the past seven years.
Read Newsweek's guide to planning a last-minute trip to the 2016 Olympics in Rio.
Critics say Brazil is masking, not solving, problems of homelessness, poverty, drug abuse and prostitution to present a 'happy' image.
A sweeping investigation into corruption in Brazil is targeting more infrastructure projects for this year's Olympic Games than previously made public.
Brazil was booming in 2009 when Rio de Janeiro won its bid to host the 2016 Summer Olympics. Now the country is gripped by political scandal and facing its worst recession since the 1930s.
Nikita Kamayev had reportedly been skiing when he complained of 'heart ache.'
Caleb Ndiku may have a new career as a musician after this performance.