You might be glad the Olympics are over and you can move on with your life, but for one last trip down memory lane you can’t do much better than this.
There are many athletes who seek better opportunities by representing their “adoptive” countries – and Bahrain is waiting to snap them up.
Sometimes a dive into the pool is an exhibition of human poise and grace, and other times it doesn’t really go according to plan.
The Rio Olympics has seen its fair share of crazy, and this desperate move taken by a sprinter to earn gold is right up there with the best.
This year’s Olympic games has had us holding onto our seats with anticipation, and sometimes a picture perfectly encapsulates the raw emotion.
To make things a little more interesting during a late night Olympics broadcast, a bridal party got involved and viewers were pretty excited about it.
Standing on the starting block must be nerve-wracking, although one Canadian swimmer has a pretty novel way of getting himself in the zone.
The good folk over at Huffington Post have compiled their best 53 photos from the Rio Olympics thus far, but we’ll narrow it down to 10.
Rio’s bacteria-ridden water was the subject of much discussion before the Olympics, but it turns out their pools are drawing the most attention.
Let’s all spare a thought for Armenian Andranik Karapetyan, whose weightlifting clean and jerk attempt didn’t really go to plan.
The U.S. Olympic team are the focus of a new series of TV ads, and they’re giving voice to some athletes you might not be familiar with.
Congratulations on spending your entire life in the pursuit of athletic excellence – now get ready to compete in amongst Rio’s sewerage waste.