'We guarantee that there will be no more such incidents at Rio 2016'
IOC president Thomas Bach said athletes from Russia and Kenya could no longer be 'presumed innocent'
The World Anti-Doping Agency has revealed a destating report that casts further doubt on Russia participating at the Rio 2016 Olympics
Carter was part of the 4x100m relay team that won gold at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing
Louis Vuitton have opted to stage their latest Cruise fashion show in Rio de Janeiro - a decision announced last October, before presidential impeachment, the Zika virus and a collapsing currency plunged Brazil into turmoil. It forms a fascinating backdrop to the manoeuvres of a multi-billion pound corporation, says Alexander Fury
Former minister for the Olympics, Tessa Jowell, says virus is 'matter of great concern'
The International Olympic Committee has confirmed that the athletes come from six different nationalities over five sports
Russia's sports minister Vitaly Mutko said the scandal had left his country 'ashamed'
Emil Zátopek was once the world's best loved athlete – many runners still consider him the greatest Olympic champion of all. But in 1968 his life took a turn for the worse. His brave stand against the Soviet tanks that invaded his native Czechoslovakia saw him fall foul of the Communist authorities – and vanish from public life. Today, he is all but forgotten. And yet, argues Richard Askwith, his story is as relevant today as it has ever been
Never mind the Copacabana and Carnival hedonism: after returning home to Brazil, the war photographer André Liohn found a society on the edge, caught between gang violence and police brutality. Could this summer's Olympics provide some respite?
In its 100 years, the hymn 'Jerusalem' has been sung with feeling by those of all political colours, says Peter Silverton
Roger Mosey, who masterminded the 2012 Olympics coverage, warns against suggestions 5 Live could be taken off air
The triathlete and the TV presenter met at a triathalon event in Hyde Park three years ago
'You're freaking me out,' said one of the designers
Being neither white nor posh, he is not your typical top British rower. Indeed, his Muslim faith can get in the way but, as he tells Matt Majendie, nothing will stop him complete journey from agony in London to gold in Rio
The gymnast crashed into a barrier whilst making the reality show