The World Anti-Doping Agency said Tuesday that a Russian government hacking group had gained access to a database containing drug-test results and confidential medical data of U.S. Olympic athletes.
Speedo was the first, announcing early Monday it dropped its sponsorship of embattled U.S. swimmer Ryan Lochte. By the end of the day, three other companies also said they would cut ties with him.
Authorities in Brazil have incicted US Olympic swimmers over an alleged robbery report.
Authorities in Rio de Janeiro have indicted two U.S. swimmers Jimmy Feign and Ryan Lochte who are accused of lying about an alleged armed robbery. Two other members of the swim team are heading home after testifying about the incident. Feigen appeared before a judge late Thursday night, and will now be allowed to leave Brazil later today. Lochte, however,…
At least 15,000 Olympic volunteers have quit due to grueling conditions. Greg and Abbi has the story.
Italian Chef Massimo Bottura is turning left overs at the O into gourmet meals for the homeless in Rio De Janeiro. Greg and Abbi have the story.
While the world’s top athletes compete for Olympic gold in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, some not-so-young runners are pursuing their Olympic dreams in Michigan. 101-year-old Fred Winter is one of the competitors in the state’s Senior Olympics, taking part in several events including the 50-meter and the 100-meter dashes.
Members of Congress are trying to block the IRS from taxing Olympic medals and cash prizes. Greg and Cyndi explain.
With hopes of gaining new fans and increasing viewership for their events, the gymnasts are suggesting they go shirtless and show off their ripped bodies during competitions.
Rio's Bizarre Bathroom Rules
Athletes in Rio have taken to Twitter to show off some of Rio’s bizarre bathroom signs that warn people not to fish in the toilet, sit it in, throw up in it, or even bathe in the toilet. Greg and Cyndi try to figure out why anyone would do that in the first place.
Report: Athletes at Rio Olympics 'will literally be swimming in human crap'
Competitors taking part in some of the aquatic events at the Rio Olympics next month have been warned not to open their mouths to avoid catching serious illnesses from the polluted water.