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WADA suspension for Rio lab
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has suspended credentials for a testing lab in Rio de Janeiro just over a month before the city hosts the Olympics.
Cav backed for Tour and Rio
British Cycling head coach Ian Dyer is happy for Mark Cavendish to ride in the Tour de France before heading off to the Olympic Games.
Edmund hopes for Rio place
Kyle Edmund is hopeful an appeal to the International Tennis Federation will see him earn a place in Great Britain's team for the Rio Olympics.
Grace joins Rio absentees
South Africa's Branden Grace has become the latest player to withdraw from contention for the Rio Olympics due to concerns over the Zika virus.
Cavendish confirmed for Rio
Mark Cavendish has been confirmed as part of a 26-strong Great Britain cycling team for the Olympic Games in Rio in August.
No Rio but Garner stays upbeat
After being told you hadn't made the Olympics team, you'd probably be forgiven for escaping for a few days to find a small cave and not think about sport. And certainly not Brazil.
'I'm back after three years of hell'
When you ask a world class athlete who's just run her first race for three years where they want to be this summer and they say "Rio Olympics" in a barely audible whisper, you get it.
No Olympics for LeBron
LeBron James will not bid to win a third Olympic gold medal for the United States in Rio de Janeiro next month.
GB boxing team complete
Great Britain will take a record-breaking team of 12 boxers to the Rio Olympics after wins for Pat McCormack and Josh Kelly at the penultimate qualifying tournament in Baku on Thursday.
IOC stands firm on Russians
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has insisted that clean Russian athletes, who can prove their innocence of doping, will compete at the Olympics under their own flag.
McDowell to swerve Olympics
Graeme McDowell has announced he will not be replacing Rory McIlroy in Ireland's Olympic team for the Games in Rio later this summer.
Trio of Weightlifting nations face ban
The weightlifting teams of Russia, Kazakhstan and Belarus face being banned from the Rio Olympics.
Day undecided over Olympics
Jason Day says he will speak to his family before deciding whether to play in the Rio Olympics.
Rutherford out of Olympic trials
Greg Rutherford has withdrawn from this weekend's British Championships because of fitness concerns, but the Olympic long jump champion insists he will be fit for the Rio Games.
Campbell: We won’t beat 2012
Gold medal winning sprinter Darren Campbell believes Great Britain's athletes will find it difficult to match the success of London 2012 at this summer's Rio Olympics.
Jade to defend gold in Rio
Jade Jones will defend her Olympic taekwondo title at Rio 2016 after being confirmed as part of Team GB.
McIlroy pulls out of Olympics
Rory McIlroy says he will not compete at this summer's Olympic Games because of concerns over the Zika virus.
Rio, cheesecake & Euro 2016 relief
It's not been easy for an English athlete living in Wales over the last week while the two nations have battled for Euro 2016 supremacy.
Tindall fails to make GB team
Zara Tindall's hopes of competing at this summer's Rio Olympics are over.
Cummins could miss Olympics
Wallabies winger Nick Cummins' hopes of landing a spot in the Australian squad for the Olympic rugby sevens tournament are in jeopardy after he was omitted from a key training camp in Darwin due to a knee injury.