Sabotage by unhappy workers may have caused water and gas leaks.
Russia's track and field athletes will be banned from competing for their country at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics after a landmark decision Friday that punished the sports powerhouse for a... Read more »
Andrew Bogut all but ruled himself out of the Rio Olympics on Thursday, saying the bone bruises around his left knee almost certainly will not be healed in time for him to play for Australia this... Read more »
Fifty-five days before the Games begin in Rio de Janeiro, athletes from around the world are taking part in very different kind of sporting tournament in southern Greece. Read more »
;Today” anchor Savannah Guthrie is pregnant and as a result will bow out of covering the Olympic Games this summer in Rio de Janeiro because of concerns over the Zika virus. Read more »
Curry has withdrawn from consideration from the Olympics, leaving the U.S. basketball team without the NBA's MVP. Read more »
The latest on the death of Muhammad Ali Read more »
Quotes from around the world after the death of three-time heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali: Read more »
Fans at the Rio Olympics will be seeing not just double, but triple in the women's marathon when identical triplets race together for the first time. Read more »
A federal judge in Chicago ruled Friday that the world champion U.S. women's soccer team does not have the right to strike to seek improved conditions and wages before the Summer Olympics,... Read more »
Ten refugee athletes from Africa and the Middle East were selected Friday to compete under the Olympic flag at the Rio de Janeiro Games in what the IOC said represents a "symbol of hope" for... Read more »
With the opening ceremony in Rio de Janeiro just over two months away, Olympic leaders have plenty of troubling issues to deal with this week. Read more »
The World Health Organization says there is "no public health justification" for postponing or canceling the Rio de Janeiro Olympics because of the Zika outbreak. Read more »
Health experts on Friday urged the World Health Organization to consider whether the Rio de Janeiro Olympics should be postponed or moved because of the Zika outbreak. Read more »
The U.S. must act more quickly to protect pregnant women from birth defect-causing Zika, a top health official said Thursday even as the House left town for its Memorial Day recess with no visible... Read more »
Spain's Olympic gold-medal winning sailor Fernando Echavarri said he was fortunate to have escaped with his life after being robbed at gunpoint in Rio de Janeiro as he and two fellow Spaniards... Read more »
With the Summer Olympics approaching, a Canadian scholar is calling for the games to be postponed or moved because of the danger the Zika virus poses in Brazil. These other cities could offer to help. Read more »
Despite its obvious advantages, I doubt a future Utah bid would be free from huge expenditures forced on it by the IOC. Read more »
Mykayla Skinner is flipping, twisting and sticking her landings on the road to the Olympics in Rio. The 19-year-old elite gymnast took home gold medals from two international gymnastics... Read more »
The World Health Organization's chief says the agency is increasingly concerned about the Zika virus, even though it does not recommend canceling or postponing the Rio de Janeiro Summer Olympics in... Read more »
Former Australian Rugby League star Jarryd Hayne's NFL experiment is over, as he announced his retirement Sunday from the San Francisco 49ers in order to join the Fiji Rugby Sevens team for the Rio... Read more »
The next time a U.S. Olympic athlete finds themselves injured or ill, they may well find themselves being sent to the University of Utah, which has been chosen as one of three national medical... Read more »
With the opening ceremony in Rio de Janeiro less than three months away, a Canadian professor has called for the Olympics to be postponed or moved because of the Zika outbreak, warning the influx... Read more »
Competing for a spot on the 2016 Olympic team less than a year after coming back from a two-year ban for testing positive for banned substances in August 2013, Robles said she just tried to make... Read more »
Phelps is a first-time father. Read more »
Rio de Janeiro's city council set up a commission on Tuesday to investigate whether the city's Olympic projects were tarnished by corruption. Read more »
On the list of improbabilities, just behind hell freezing over and pigs taking to the air was Leicester winning the Premier League. That, at least, is how things seemed nine months ago, at the... Read more »
A new elevated bike path that was heralded as a top legacy project of the Rio de Janeiro Olympics collapsed Thursday, killing at least two people. Read more »
The flame for South America's first Olympics was kindled Thursday at the birthplace of the ancient games in Greece, heralding the start of a 15-week journey that will culminate with the August 5... Read more »
Rio de Janeiro Olympic officials are confident that measures in place will protect visitors from the Zika virus when the games open in less than four months. Read more »
Jared Ward, an adjunct statistics professor at BYU, did his master's thesis on the optimal pace strategy of marathon running, then executed his findings perfectly to earn a spot on the Olympic team... Read more »
Olympic inspectors are taking their final look this week at Rio de Janeiro's preparations. Read more »
Rio de Janeiro Mayor Eduardo Paes says the city's preparations for the South America's first Olympics have not been touched by the spreading corruption scandal that is gripping Brazil. Read more »
Prosecutors filed a motion Thursday to dismiss misdemeanor domestic violence charges against skier and Olympic gold medalist Picabo Street, saying the case would be handled better in a "civil or... Read more »
A spokesman for the Rio de Janeiro Olympics says he's "confident" the sprawling corruption scandal engulfing Brazil won't touch projects connected to South America's first games. Read more »
Acknowledging life's unfairness isn't accepting defeat. It's understanding that how we focus our energy determines whether or not we triumph in spite of our circumstances or remain a captive of... Read more »
A University of Utah Health Care doctor was named Friday as the chairwoman of a panel formed to advise the U.S. Olympic Committee about the risks of infectious disease at the 2016 Olympics in Rio... Read more »
The IOC has identified 43 potential candidates for a special team of refugee athletes who will compete at the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. Read more »
Spanish Olympic gold medalist Marina Alabau says she got Zika while training in Brazil in December, suffering painful symptoms in an experience that the wind surfer said won't stop her from... Read more »
Olympic gold-medal skier Picabo Street is headed for a May trial on misdemeanor domestic violence charges after she turned down a plea deal in the Utah case, her lawyer said Tuesday. Read more »
Jared Ward, who graduated from Davis High and BYU, finished third in Saturday's U.S. Olympic marathon trials. He will represent the U.S. in the 2016 Summer Games in Brazil. Judge has two alumni in... Read more »
Carli Lloyd scored off a rebound of her own penalty kick in the 86th minute and the United States beat Mexico 1-0 on Saturday to clinch a spot in the CONCACAF Olympic qualifying semifinals. Read more »
A resolution that would encourage bringing the Olympics back to Utah is one step closer to passing the Legislature. Read more »
If the Zika virus — or fear of it — keeps spreading, the head of a sports travel agency handling tour packages for the Rio de Janeiro Olympics fears for her business. Read more »
Seven snowboarders qualified Thursday at the Park City Grand Prix for the finals that will take place Saturday. Read more »
Maddie Bowman rises above the halfpipe through education Read more »
The Zika virus is overshadowing the final preparations for the Rio de Janeiro Olympics, even eclipsing concerns over deep budget cuts and severe water pollution. Read more »
Budapest's city council on Wednesday approved the list of venues to be included in its bid for the 2024 Olympics. Read more »
Bill Johnson, the first American skier to win an Olympic downhill title, has died after a long illness, the U.S. ski team said Friday. He was 55. Read more »
Cuts, cuts and more cuts. Read more »
Olympian Jessica Smith-Kooreman earned the women’s 1,500-meter championship with an impressive performance in which she won both the semifinal heat and the finals. John Henry Krueger won both... Read more »
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