Rio de Janeiro today is unrecognizable from the feel-good city greeting the world at the Olympics in 2016
Eleven months after the Rio Olympics, Popole Misenga is still poor, living in two tiny rooms with his partner and children, thousands of miles from his African homeland
Canada's Shawn Barber competed at the Rio Games after arguing that he was contaminated by cocaine accidentally by a woman he hooked up with through Craigslist
Bahman Golbarnezhad, 48, dies following an accident on the penultimate day of the Rio Games
Meeting about 30 young judo students in rough-edged Rocinha is a distinct reality check for the French
'When the moment comes when I have more bad days than good days, then I have my euthanasia papers,' says silver medalist Marieke Vervoort
'We have genetically, for whatever sport, we have people who fit the sport... That's a good metaphor for why I think we've been very successful.'
The American gold medalist risks a jail sentence of up to 6 months, and could be tried in absentia in Brazil
Poland's Piotr Malachowski auctions his silver medal to help a boy battling eye cancer
The American women's soccer player called her Swedish opponents 'a bunch of cowards' after losing a match to them
'We did...make the regrettable decision to urinate in the grass behind the building'
The Olympic silver medalist receives P1.5 million collected in donations from at least 260 congressmen
The 18 Olympic medalists from Southeast Asian countries will get free flights from AirAsia, either for life (gold), for the next 5 years (silver), or for 3 years (bronze)
After stepping off a plane from the Brazilian host city, Tokyo governor Yuriko Koike carries the flag at a ceremony at the city's Haneda airport
They arrived at Jakarta airport to enthusiastic scenes from the waiting crowd, before traveling through the capital in an open-top, double-decker bus.
'I could have died there,' says marathoner O.P. Jaisha
Feyisa Lilesa, who protested political repression in his country, is reportedly considering seeking asylum after winning silver
Here's a look back on the memorable moments that made #Rio2016 one of the 'most social and interactive sporting events' to date
Silver medalist Feyisa Lilesa crossed his arms as he finished the marathon in protest against the Ethiopian government's crackdown on political dissent
Global swimwear brand Speedo and US fashion label Ralph Lauren topped the list of companies that ended their relationships with the 32-year-old Lochte
Chef-de-mission Jose Romasanta gives an assessment of the Philippines' Olympic participation, calling it a 'good run'
How did Rio de Janeiro and the country as a whole come out in the end?
Usain Bolt has consistently been a beacon for clean athletes amid doping and corruption scandals
Carmelo Anthony, 32, brings the experience, and Kevin Durant, 27, the scoring as the USA capped its 2016 Olympic run by mauling Serbia
The Games would not be complete without boxing controversy of one kind or another
Of the 11,444 athletes in Rio, 45% – 5,175 – were women, slightly higher than in London 2012
The Japanese Prime Minister meets with the country's Olympic medalists and urges them to make Tokyo 2020 the best ever Olympics
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe transforms into Super Mario, and the Internet goes wild
(UPDATED) The Rio Olympics ends in a blaze of color with an exuberant closing ceremony, as Tokyo takes up the baton promising to host the best Games yet in 2020
Kevin Durant leads with 30 points as Team USA wins gold again
Phones, passports and computers are seized as Brazilian police step up an inquiry into black market ticket sales at the Rio Olympics
What's the best way to express displeasure at officiating? Take your clothes off, thought two coaches from Mongolia
Brazil finally earns another men's volleyball gold after losing the last two finals
The American middleweight dominates her Dutch foe en route to her second straight gold medal
Kirstie Alora, the last Olympian competing for the Philippines at the Olympics, is unable to win a medal
China has won just 26 gold medals despite sending its largest team at a foreign Olympics, its fewest since Atlanta 1996
China wins its first women's volleyball gold since 2004
The 5-4 shoot-out win exacted revenge for a humiliating 7-1 World Cup semi-final defeat to Germany two years ago
Diana Taurasi and Lindsay Whalen score 17 as USA blows out Spain by 29 points
Shakur Stevenson will turn pro under Floyd Mayweather with plans to 'win a world title and break records'
South Korea's Park In-Bee wins the women's golf title with a 5-stroke victory over world number one Lydia Ko
USA's boxing gold medal drought continues as Cuba's Robeisy Ramirez wins the bantamweight crown at the expense of Shakur Stevenson
Usain Bolt brings down the curtain on his historic Olympic run in fashion, winning his ninth gold medal after accomplishing a 'triple triple'
Lochte is under heavy fire after fabricating a story of being robbed at gunpoint during the Olympics
Yoel Finol wins Venezuela's first boxing medal in 32 years
The boxing competition at the Rio Olympics has been hit by a number of judging controversies which have caused international outrage
4 Olympic swimmers face a disciplinary inquiry after fabricating a story about being robbed at gunpoint to cover up a drunken incident at a gas station
American Claressa Shields was so dominant that she dropped her hands against her Kazakh opponent
Klay Thompson scores 22 and Kevin Durant adds 14 as USA moves to within one win of its third straight Olympic gold