In today's links: GB given first Sochi places, US boxer wins radio award, new event for London velodrome, Qatar wants to host World Gymnastics, Pistorius can leave South Africa and read about the 100-mile marathon which leaves entrants lost, sleep-deprived, mentally tormented and tearing pages out of books in the mud.
In today's links: beautiful rowing photos, IOC ends 2020 bid inspections, see the 94-year-old "Belgian Bolt", more on the Andrus Veerpalu doping fallout, Mexico-US soccer game gets record viewing figures, and a small dog learns to play catch.
In today's links: cross-country skier wins doping appeal even though court thinks he did it, karate and baseball fight for their Olympic right, Ugandans lose Puma deal because officials keep thieving kit, and Nascar driver lends US a bobsled.
In today's links: Idowu tribute to Jean Pickering, Carl Lewis in Tokyo while IOC eyes up Istanbul, inside line on Britain's top gymnasts, too much snow for Costa Rican footballers, and which GB star quit university after just three weeks to focus on the Rio Games?
In today's links: Scotland are curling world champions, World Cup football artificial turf row, basketball gets £7m, ASO look to run Tour of Britain, horse herpes, and South Korean swimmer in TV shopping shame.
In today's links: Russia builds massive snow fridge, Seattle opens 2024 talks, 2012 medallist in "gun incident", vintage bobsleigh video, Hong Kong sevens begins, and what would Luol Deng do if he got stuck in a supermarket?
In today's links: Bolt vs Rudisha over 400m, behind the scenes with ski superstar Tina Maze, intense curling photo gallery, The Economist on gymnastics, Real Madrid meets table tennis and celebrating the wonder that was NHL '94 on Sega.
In today's links: Tiger's found the Vonn, Madrid's Olympics-on-the-cheap, meet the first black man to ride Milan-San Remo, US TV buys Splash!, why Brazilian volleyball players are cleverer than you, and UK man attempts epic cycle around gold postboxes.
In today's links: full round-up of the weekend plus a big win for Africa in pro cycling, figure skating's latest judging scandal, sledge hockey joy for GB, South Sudan's marathon runner, Louis Smith's new book, judo meets art and a soppy moment for a plastic Brit.
In today's links: stunning pics of dead fish at Rio 2016 venue, Colombian cyclists' visa woe, remarkable tale of Alex Zanardi, Olympic rowing champions who train in "wrong boat" and... some romance.