In today's links: Sochi 2014's medals, the parasites eating Chris Froome, Japanese comedienne becomes top boxer, London 2012's £30m surplus, Katherine Grainger gets her PhD, Tom Daley turns n-n-n-n-19, and Vladimir Putin compares the Olympic torch to a Kalashnikov.
In today's links: three sports shortlisted for 2020 Games, 'traitor' Hoy trolled by Scottish nationalists, IOC gives a grade to each sport (find out how yours fared), hockey kicked out of Rio Olympic Park, Sochi medal designs revealed today, and French taekwondo star quits after "insults, humiliation and fake marriage".
Baseball-softball, squash and wrestling are shortlisted for inclusion at the 2020 Olympic Games: how the vote worked, voting numbers, links to global reaction and what happens next.
In today's links: Eight sports await 2020 vote, British boxing's dramatic implosion, Nike drops Livestrong, Sergei Bubka enters IOC presidency race, three arrested in volleyball murder, and how to become a trainee BBC sports reporter.
In today's links: key timings for Wednesday's big IOC vote, Dutch volleyball Olympian apparently murdered, meet the Nike Oregon Project, bobsleigh duo outsprint the sprinters, Brownlee senior picks up ankle injury, and tennis player disputes line call using iPhone.
In today's links: Giro d'Italia and NY Diamond League recap, boxers join McLaren pit crew, canoeists wang wellies, laser fencing, Ben Ryan sevens Q&A, a fifth IOC presidency candidate, and the crazy hair of Louis Smith's schooldays.
In today's links: will Tyson Gay challenge Bolt again? Plus robot police for Rio 2016, Rogge praises wrestling, Jo Leedham's WNBA hopes dashed, why Scots in elite sport get a raw deal, Tweddle thinking about Glasgow 2014, and the coveted life of an NBC Olympics researcher.
In today's links: London Aquatics Centre loses "armbands", another IOC presidency candidate, Andrew Simpson charity details, Semenya loses funding, wrestling is bookies' pick, and four excellent videos on cycling, gymnastics, swimming and table tennis.
In today's links: Brownlees plan triathlon at World Heritage Site, Ennis comeback date, baseball bid confusion, Lindsey Vonn and the doping doctor, and a Derbyshire boy runs the fastest 200m by a 14-year-old in European history.
In today's links: Thames sewage puts off GB rower, Phelps comeback rumours persist, Dwain Chambers tackles Mont Blanc, Gabby Douglas is back, BBC told to broaden sports coverage, and meet Wario the sports minister.