Reports have indicated that the television camera which injured eight people after falling in the Olympic Park during Rio 2016 may have been cut by an illegally operated "fighter kite".
Deputy Chef de Mission formally charged as members rebel at National Olympic Committee of Kenya meeting
Ben Ekumbo, Kenya's deputy Chef de Mission at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, has been formally charged with the theft of money and kit meant for the African nation’s team as the sporting crisis in the country continues.
Former Rio State Governor denies wrongdoing after arrest for allegedly embezzling Olympic construction funds
Former Rio State Governor Sérgio Cabral has denied wrongdoing after being arrested and accused of embezzling $65 million (£52 million/€61 million) due to be spent on construction projects, including ones connected to the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Nuzman hails "miracle success" of Rio 2016 but ignores problems during ANOC General Assembly presentation
Rio 2016 President Carlos Nuzman hailed the "miracle success" of the first Olympic and Paralympic Games staged in South America today during a presentation here, ignoring many of the problems which overshadowed the build-up to the event and have continued to cause concerns afterwards.
Olympic Council of Ireland (OCI) secretary general Dermot Henihan has claimed that expenditure surrounding the Rio 2016 ticket scandal is due to exceed €750,000 (£668,000/$835,000) as the crisis engulfing the organisation continues.
The family of Patrick Hickey have issued a staunch defence of the legal action taken against the Olympic Council of Ireland (OCI) to stop them continuing a review into ticketing arrangements at Rio 2016, claiming that it was likely to be "worthless" in the view of their solicitors.
Olympic Broadcasting Services assets lifted in Brazil following agreement with Public Ministry of Labour
Equipment belonging to Olympic Broadcasting Services (OBS) held for more than a month by Brazilian authorities has been released following the brokering of an agreement with the Public Ministry of Labour, insidethegames has been told.
A hotel which housed International Federations during the 2016 Olympic Games is among two Rio de Janeiro-based businesses controlled by the Trump Organization under investigation as part of a Brazilian corruption probe.
Tegla Loroupe has been named as the United Nations Person of the Year in recognition of her role to get refugees to participate in the Olympic Games.
Logistical arrangements made by Rio 2016 to support the samples collection process have been strongly criticised in a World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Independent Observers report released today.
United States swimmer Ryan Lochte appears set to receive a hefty fine from Brazilian authorities after a request for his case to be dropped was rejected.
Workers and companies employed by Rio 2016 have still not been paid as the Organising Committee continues to face problems fulfilling its financial obligations, insidethegames can reveal.
Improving communication between International Federations and Olympic Organising Committees were among recommendations proposed during a Rio 2016 debrief session in Lausanne.
Two men were able to take part in the parade of British Olympic and Paralympic medallists after claiming to be part of the fencing team at the Games.
Around 400 of Britain’s Olympic and Paralympic athletes have taken part in a parade in Manchester to celebrate their performances at Rio 2016.