Michael Phelps broke history again winning his 22nd gold medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics and he's back for more today as Rafael Nadal take on hometown favorite Thomaz Bellucci of Brazil
It's been sixteen years since Nevada bettors can put money down on the games, and the U.S. is already the favorite for odds makers regarding the 2016 Rio Olympics in Brazil.
It took a few weeks, but it looks like the US Olympic Committee has agreed upon a punichsment for the mess created by Ryan Lochte at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Rafael Nadal worked hard to overcome his wrist pain throughout the 2016 Rio Olympics, but Kei Nishikori was able to take advantage of the fact that Juan Martin Del Potro had pretty much exhausted the Spaniard.
What’s the number one lesson we’ve learned from the U.S. Swim Team Ryan Lochte debacle? Don’t break stuff. Follow that one rule and all you athletes, amateur and pro, can pretty much do what you want.
A debate about what Canadian men's tennis player has enjoyed the most distinguished career would first require a debate about what exactly to count. The easy answer to the question would be Milos Raonic
Michael Phelps declared on Friday that he was ready to retire (granted that was after he was beaten in the 100m butterfly by Singapore's Joseph Schooling) so the 2016 Rio Olympics may be his final dip
The 2016 Olympics in Rio are over and as they go so goes the glorification of so many pseudo-sports. We didn't need to find out who the best trampoliner was in the world, we didn't need to find out who walks the fastest
Ryan Lochte had his most emotional moment with Matt Lauer when the interviewer asked him about losing sponsors because of the mess he created in Rio. You could see that this seemed to be the only thing that actually affected him