The runner says he could be killed or imprisoned if he returns to Ethiopia
'Apparently there is no supervision and checking system at the Rio Olympics,' says a former Chinese official
Semenya herself has spoken little about the controversy, concluding that 'God made me the way I am and I accept myself.' It is unclear whether she has even seen the results of every test to which she has been subjected. She deserves our compassion for the way she's been treated
Elite sportspeople are not a smokescreen to hide behind while selling off playing fields and slashing community facilities – the truth is that the Olympics doesn't inspire sporting talent, but it does show that only proper investment gets results
'The plane door opened and not only was there a ramp, there was a member of staff to greet me. I had never seen that in Nigeria before'
Feyisa Lilesa crossed his arms in support of the Oromo people - a marginalised ethnic community subject to months of violence by the government
The announcement follows disappointment at a percieved lack of celebrations following Team GB's success
While most media attention has been on Russia, a far bigger problem has gone unnoticed
Sports commentators consistently refer to women as 'girls' or 'ladies' much more than they call men 'boys' or 'gentlemen'
A winning blend of nature and nurture can help you win that Olympic gold medal
The limb's owner will most likely never be identified
Instead of being interpreted as sisterly love, the gesture was seen as a way of gaining ‘media attention’
The Olympian won his third gold medal despite tripping and falling halfway through the race
Michael Phelps' only silver medal of the Rio Olympics came at the hands of 21-year-old Singaporean swimmer Joseph Schooling.
The controversial American goalkeeper made the comments after her team suffered an unprecedented quarter-final defeat to the Swedes