An official illustrated Olympic and Paralympic sticker album has been launched in another attempt to boost interest in Rio 2016 among the Brazilian population.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has rejected a call to either move or postpone this summer’s Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro over the Zika outbreak, saying it would "not significantly alter" the spread of the virus.
Kenya's Parliament has agreed changes to its anti-doping law in a bid to end any lingering doubts about the country's athletics team missing Rio 2016.
Suspended Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff could learn her fate just three days before the Rio 2016 Opening Ceremony after a senator in the South American nation claimed the final vote in her impeachment trial should be held on August 2.
The Olympic Partner (TOP) sponsors are among the worst affected by the Zika virus and a “relative decline of the Olympic brand”, a study sent to insidethegames by the Global Language Monitor (GLM) has revealed.
Federal investigators in Brazil have expanded their probe into whether construction projects associated with the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympics were tarnished by corruption by including all the Games venues in their inquiries.
Parts of the Rio de Janeiro subway network are set to be open until either 1 or 2 o'clock in the morning during the Olympic and Paralympic Games in a move designed to ease concerns over the city transport system.
Around 450,000 condoms will be distributed to athletes during the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, three times more than for London 2012.
Security fears surrounding Rio 2016 have intensified after three members of Spain's Olympic sailing team were robbed at gunpoint in a popular tourist area close to the Marina da Glória venue.
Rio 2016 has launched the official song of the Olympic Torch Relay, which is currently underway in Brazil ahead of the Opening Ceremony on August 5.
Rio 2016 claim more than two thirds of Olympic tickets have now been sold following the launching of the process to distribute the four million bought so far to their buyers.
A new report is warning of the growing risk of viruses and scams associated with the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Asian National Olympic Committees (NOCs) have been given reassurances over the Zika virus ahead of Rio 2016 at a gathering in Thailand’s capital Bangkok.
Acting Brazilian President Michel Temer has reportedly provided a personal reassurace to International Olympic Committee (IOC) head Thomas Bach that Rio 2016 will be unaffected by political changes that have seen him replace the suspended Dilma Rousseff.
Up to 31 athletes from six sports could be banned from Rio 2016 after the International Olympic Committee (IOC) retested doping samples from the 2008 Games in Beijing.