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Australians set to move in
Australia hope to move into the Olympic Village in Rio on Wednesday after "fantastic" progress was made on the unfinished accommodation.
Stepanova fighting Rio ban
Russian whistleblower Yuliya Stepanova has asked for a review of the decision to ban her from next month's Olympic Games.
Pavey: IOC sending wrong message
European distance runner champion Jo Pavey feels the International Olympic Committee (IOC) are sending the wrong message by not blanket banning all Russian athletes from the Rio Olympics.
Fresh Froome confident for Rio
Chris Froome says he is feeling the freshest he has ever been after a Tour de France and is confident of winning a medal at next month’s Olympic Games in Rio.
Russian swimmers to miss Rio
World swimming's governing body has confirmed seven Russian swimmers are ineligible for Rio de Janeiro under the International Olympic Committee's latest guidelines.
PL players at the Olympics
With some Premier League players heading to the summer 2016 Olympics in Rio, who could be missing the big kick-off?
Rutherford slams 'spineless' IOC
Olympic long jump champion Greg Rutherford has branded the International Olympic Committee's decision not to impose a blanket ban on Russia at next month's Rio Games as "spineless" and expressed surprise that more athletes were not speaking out.
Serena withdraws from Montreal
Serena Williams has withdrawn from next week's Rogers Cup in Montreal with a shoulder injury.
Tennis clears Russians for Rio
The International Tennis Federation has cleared all seven of Russia's nominated team to compete in the Rio Olympic Games.
Aussies refuse to stay in Rio camp
The Olympic village in Rio is unsafe and does not have the proper facilities to look after athletes, says Australia's head of delegation Kitty Chiller.
IOC opts against Russia ban
The International Olympic Committee has opted not to impose a blanket ban on Russians competing in Rio de Janeiro next month.
Ready for Rio after London show
Holly Bradshaw and Mark English competed in their final competition at the weekend before they head to Rio for the Olympics.
Farah ready for Kenya fight
Great Britain's Mo Farah is ready to repel an onslaught from an "army" of Kenyan rivals at the Rio Olympics.
Breen faces anxious wait on Rio
Athlete Olivia Breen will find out if she's been chosen to compete at the Rio Paralympics on Tuesday.
Mo wins final race before Rio
Mo Farah is well prepared to defend his two Olympic titles after securing a comfortable victory in the 5,000 metres at the London Anniversary Games on Saturday.
Weir targets five golds at Rio
David Weir wants to better his London 2012 triumph by targeting five gold medals at this year's Paralympics.
Bolt: Gatlin showed disrespect
Usain Bolt has hit out at sprint rival Justin Gatlin after the American criticised him for missing the Jamaican trials with a hamstring injury.
Bolt, Harrison star in London
The great Usain Bolt made a winning return to action in the men's 200m at London's Olympic Stadium to cap a great night of athletics at the Anniversary Games.
Farah sympathy for 'clean' Russians
Mo Farah says he "feels bad" for any Russian athletes who are 'clean' of doping as the IOC considers their Rio Olympics fate.
Putin makes pledge on doping
President Vladimir Putin says Russia is committed to wiping out doping in a last-ditch attempt to avoid a possible blanket ban from the Olympics over state-sponsored cheating.