Garceau: This Week's Winners & LosersSome athletes are shining bright after the Rio Olympics and some great wins around the leagues, and some are not too hot.
Michael Phelps Could Break A 2,168-Year-Old Olympic RecordMichael Phelps is already the most decorated Olympian of all time, but tonight, he may very well break a record that has stood for 2,168 years.
US Women Hoops Rout Senegal 121-56 In Record FashionDiana Taurasi and the U.S. women's basketball team opened their Olympics with a record rout.
Michael Phelps Live From Rio: Shows Off Room, Favorite Shoes & MoreMichael Phelps is in Rio for the Olympics and checked in live from the Village with fans via a Facebook Live video.
Hope Solo Downplays Problems In Brazil, Complains Of US mediaHope Solo is blaming the American media for spreading fear about the Zika virus and other problems ahead of the Rio Games.
US Swimming Team Ready to Head to RioThe U.S. swimming team has just one practice left before it leaves for the Rio Olympics.
IOC Leaders Stop Short of Complete Ban On Russians From Rio Olympic leaders stopped short Sunday of imposing a complete ban on Russia from the Rio de Janeiro Games, leaving individual global sports federations to decide which athletes should be cleared to compete.
Coppin State Graduate Christina Epps Headed To 2016 OlympicsCoppin State University graduate Christina Epps (Morristown, NJ) punched her ticket to Rio when she placed second at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials for the Women’s Triple Jump at the historic Hayward Field with a mark of 14.17m/ 46-6.
Phelps Goes Out On Top In Final US Race, Winning 100 FlyMichael Phelps wasn't about to lose his last race in the United States.
Phelps Skipping Atlanta Meet While Awaiting Birth of ChildAwaiting the birth of his first child, Michael Phelps has decided to skip an Olympic prep meet in Atlanta next week.
Phelps Re-Establishes Place As The World's Most Dominant SwimmerMichael Phelps is back on top of the world.
Phelps Leaves No Doubt He'll Be Ready For Rio OlympicsMichael Phelps held up one finger, leaving no doubt he's No. 1.