1st Olympian To Compete In Hijab For U.S. To Speak At ISUAs a member of the U.S. National Fencing Team, Muhammad helped Team U.S.A.'s women's fencing team win the bronze medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
Pele Won't Attend Opening Ceremony, Citing HealthPele apologized for disappointing Brazilians and says "as a Brazilian, I ask God to bless all who participate in this event."
Bernstein: Will Rio Olympics Be Reality TV?The broadcast will create a protective bubble in a city rampant with crime, filth and perilous infrastructure.
Michael Phelps To Carry USA Flag During Olympic Opening Ceremony"This time around," Phelps says, "it's about so much more than medals."
Experts To Rio Athletes: 'Don't Put Your Head Under Water'Not only are some 1,400 athletes at risk of getting violently ill in water competitions, but the AP's tests indicate that tourists also face potentially serious health risks.
NBCUniversal To Provide Record 6,755 Hours From Rio OlympicsThe previous high was 5,535 hours from the 2012 London Games.
World Doping Watchdog Shuts Down Rio Olympic LaboratoryThe suspension is an embarrassment to Brazil and Rio so close to the Summer Games.
Rory McIlroy Opts Out Of Competing In Olympics Because Of Zika Fears"I've come to realize that my health and my family's health comes before anything else," McIlroy says.
Bernstein: Kevin Durant Should Skip The Rio OlympicsDurant has more reasons than most to sit this Olympic competition out.
Stephen Curry Won't Be On USA's Olympic Basketball Team In RioCurry cited several factors, including recent ankle and knee injuries.
The Bernstein Brief: Brazil In Chaos Ahead Of OlympicsIt's only getting uglier in Rio ahead of the Summer Games.
Sports Federations Concerned About Venues For Rio Games"They miss some very important details in each field of play," a top official says.