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- The problems that cities face in hosting the Olympics, like being left with immediately obsolete venues, call for organizers to develop a more sustainable approach.
- Feyisa Lilesa, the silver medal winner in the Rio Olympics marathon who made an antigovernment gesture, said he feared punishment if he were to go home.
- The Court of Arbitration for Sport rejected an appeal by Russia, confirming that none of the country’s athletes would participate in the Games that begin on Sept. 7.
- It‘s time to hand out our traditional Olympic prizes.
- Had the United States women competed as a separate country, they would have been third in the overall medal chart with 61.
- Recalling funny, touching or odd moments during the Olympics.
- By focusing on sports that offer the best and most medal prospects, Britain won 27 gold medals at the Rio Games, a huge improvement from the one it won at the 1996 Atlanta Games.
- Speedo, Ralph Lauren, Syneron Candela and Airweave announced they were cutting ties to Lochte after the swimmer’s story about being robbed at gunpoint in Rio created an international furor.
- The International Weightlifting Federation said its website was hacked after judges voted to invalidate a lift by Behdad Salimikordasiabi of Iran.
- The former junior tennis star Katerina Stewart began basic training at West Point in July and hopes to become an infantry officer.
- Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson had their Olympic gold and silver medals with them on the course at Bethpage Black.
- Julia Landauer, a Stanford graduate and former “Survivor” participant, is being promoted as an up-and-coming star in the Nascar racing system.
- Rooklyn International uses soccer to help young immigrants with wide-ranging backgrounds integrate into life in New York City.
- Because of a battered rotation, the Mets acquired Niese earlier this month with hopes that he would provide insurance.
- About 40 percent of Cirque du Soleil’s performers come from artistic, rhythmic and acrobatic gymnastics, as well as trampoline, tumbling, diving and synchronized swimming.
- For reasons good and bad, the city’s water played a leading role in how the Games will be remembered: as a source of heroics, scandals and mosquitoes.
- The Games are a highly lopsided affair. Most countries go home with no medals.
- Countries and companies vie for the title of Rio’s Best Party, offering night life to athletes once their competitions are over.
- Cromartie, a cornerback who made the Pro Bowl two years ago with the Cardinals and then turned unproductive with the Jets, is a veteran on a team with little depth in its secondary as a result of injuries.
- Brown is suspended for Week 1 after a domestic violence arrest, and Bullock, who previously kicked for the Texans and Jets, could stick around even longer.
- Darwin Atapuma built a 29-second lead as the rookie Lilian Calmejane of France broke away before the final ascent to win the fourth stage in Spain.
- There have been cost overruns and many other complaints, but the 2016 Summer Games in Rio also yielded infrastructure improvements that had been on wish lists for years.
- Whether planned or unanticipated, indelible marks of 120 years of modern Olympic competition have been left on many host cities. Here are six worth exploring.
- For a country where smoking is everywhere and obesity and diabetes are rampant, a new fitness revolution has been a stark departure.
- Ms. Ponomareva led a strong women’s discus contingent when the Soviet Union made its first appearance in the Olympic Games, in the 1952 Helsinki Games.
- The next three Games are in East Asia, half a day away on the clock. That makes for scheduling headaches even as audiences fragment.
- Maybe a half-million people a day watched the Olympics on live streams — an object lesson for NBC.
- Events like the Olympics and the Oscars are finding their way onto streaming platforms, and marketers are wondering how to reach those viewers.
- After several close calls this tournament, the Americans displayed their dominance in a 30-point win over Serbia in the men’s gold medal game.
- Women’s sports, even at the youth level, remain heavily stigmatized in Brazil. U.N. Women is trying to change that for a group of girls from Rio’s favelas.