In Ollie's links: Hunger Games archery, learning javelin by watching YouTube, learn how to do the Phonics Monkey, the judo coach who allegedly beat Olympians with sticks and the world's fastest rugby player. Oh, and what happens if you injecti yourself with snake venom - for 20 years.
In Jennifer's links: An IOC marketing guru moves on to (arguably) bigger and better things, Russia promises "we'll do better this time," the World Anti-Doping Agency is less-than impressed with the UCI's Armstrong-related efforts, and the game of tag that has been going on for over 20 years.
In Ollie's links: Luol Deng rages at Prime Minister, man bids to become Guatemala's greatest, the IOC trademarks an entire year and how the Olympics thwarted manboobs.
In Jennifer's links: sisters skiing it for themselves, Lolo's first bobsleigh gold, how it feels to be a ski jumper and the concerning case of the US figure skating nosebleed epidemic.
In Ollie's links: Wiggins calls Armstrong a 'lying bastard', transforming countryside into a bobsleigh track, meet the new-look British Athletics, rugby sevens rumours and Puppy Bowl IX's Olympic credentials.
In Jennifer's links: dopey snowboarders, a rhythmic retirement rumpus, ball boy attack video special and Russian journalists are terrible and must be stopped, say Russian journalists.
In Ollie's links: violinist aims for Sochi, snowy canoe slalom, Kauto Star dressage update and the Lance Armstrong clip you didn't see.
In Jennifer's links: BMW's snazzy bobsled design, Mark Cavendish wins on debut, ski jump misery/hilarity, and fancy buying yourself an Olympic basketball arena? It can be arranged.
In Ollie's links: Team Sky manga, judo joy for Gemma Gibbons, a beautiful Rio timelapse and looking ahead to the X Games.
In Jennifer's links today: all things Armstrong (we'll get past this eventually, won't we?), why the Georgian luger died at Vancouver 2010, Canada's top diver retires and we receive an exclusive video message from a skiing Cockney.