Back before they were stars and famous athletes, those who competed at the Olympics and won gold medals for their country were just aspiring dreamers. Maybe they one day wanted to win gold.
Ryan Lochte and his fellow U.S. swimmers aren’t out of the woods yet.
A pair of Mongolian wrestling coaches ripped off their clothes and refused to leave the mat over what they felt was unfair scoring that cost their man a bronze medal at the Rio Olympics on Sunday.
We know now that Ryan Lochte was not telling the truth when he confirmed on NBC last Sunday that he had been the victim of an armed robbery in Rio.
Heading into the Rio Olympics, the U.S. women were the overwhelming favorite to win the gold medal in basketball and they did not disappoint.
On Saturday, the U.S.
Usain Bolt has unquestionably been one of the stars of the Rio Olympics. On Saturday, he received a shoutout from one of the world’s premier soccer players.
Simone Biles will receive one last honor at the Rio Olympics: she’ll be the U.S. flag bearer at Sunday’s closing ceremony.
The announcement was made Saturday morning via the U.S.
On Friday, the U.S. women captured the gold meal in the 4×100 relay. Unfortunately, their counterparts were not as successful in the final of their race.