Gymnast Danell Leyva, rower Robin Prendes and judokas Nick Delpopolo and Angelica Delgado arrived home in Miami on the same plane Wednesday after three weeks at the Rio Olympics. They received a heroes’ welcome.
Brazilians were steamed when Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte told a tale of armed robbery and a gun pointed at his head during a night on the town in Rio de Janeiro, but the head of Brazil's tourism board said Tuesday there was no lasting damage to Brazil's image.
After winning another gold at the Rio Olympics there will be changes to the United States men’s basketball team as Carmelo Anthony and Mike Krzyzewski leave and Gregg Popovich and perhaps LeBron James sign on for Tokyo in 2020.
Three officials of the National Olympic Committee of Kenya (NOCK) have been arrested in connection with the alleged mismanagement of the country's team at the Rio de Janeiro Games, police officials said Friday.
Two Irish Olympic executives have told Rio police that the head of their national committee, who has been arrested in a Summer Games ticket-scalping probe, was in sole charge of ticketing matters, a chief investigator said Thursday.
"This is unbelievable, unexpected," Leyva said after the multitudinous embrace of his family and fans who greeted him at Miami International Airport's terminal G. "I dedicate this medal to my parents, my grandparents, all the people who followed me [...] really did not expect this nice welcome," said Leyva upon his arrival at MIA.
Olympic medalist Danell Leyva arrives back in Miami
A tour of the Team USA house in Rio
Gas-station surveillance video of the Ryan Lochte incident