The Russian delegation at the Pyeongchang Olympics has announced that one of its athletes has failed a drug test.
Finns scored a victory against Canada at last world championships
Lochte and three U.S. swimmers said they were robbed at gunpoint early Sunday
A judge in Brazil has issued an order preventing US swimmers Ryan Lochte and James Feigen from leaving the country after police queried their evidence in a robbery case.
Great Britain's Amy Tinkler won Olympic bronze in the women's floor as the United States' Simone Biles secured her fourth gold medal of Rio 2016.
He did OK in that first race. In the one on the track? Not so great. He came last.
The three legendary gold medal winners converged Sunday night for SI – which today celebrates its 62-year anniversary – in Rio.
USA TODAY Sports' Rachel Axon tells you five things to watch for during Day 11 of the Olympics.
AN Australian may just have captured one of the greatest moments of Rio 2016, thanks to a Usain Bolt photo so perfect it’s sparked a global meme frenzy and been compared to legendary images of Muhammad Ali and Michael Jordan.
If this is it for Douglas, and it likely is, what a sad way for her to go.
Jamaica's Usain Bolt became the first athlete to win three Olympic 100m titles by beating American Justin Gatlin to gold at Rio 2016.
Michael Phelps won his 23rd Olympic gold in what looks like being his final Games, as Britain took silver in the men's 4x100m medley relay.
With one brilliant performance after another in Rio, Dusmatov made it happen for himself and for Uzbekistan.
Simone Biles now has three Olympic golds with two events left.
Lochte and fellow swimmers Gunnar Bentz, Jack Conger and Jimmy Feigen had left a hospitality house hosted by France early Sunday morning in a taxi bound for the Olympic Village.
On Thursday, four years after losing the podium on a tiebreaker, the underdog bit back.
The Pacific island nation's long wait for an Olympic medal was over. And when it finally arrived, it was a gold in a sport embraced with near-religious fervor among its 900,000 people.
She doesn’t need to.
Some countries are great at the Olympics, some...