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The IOC should be helping to compensate child victims of police violence at Rio 2016, says children's rights groups.
Josh da Silva becomes the first player from England Handball's post-London 2012 performance programme to turn professional.
Wales' Olympic sailing champion Hannah Mills could switch from the 470 class to FX ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Games.
Britain's former Olympic heptathlon champion Jessica Ennis-Hill says she is "close" to making a decision about her future.
The International Olympic Committee will hold a meeting next month to discuss "the protection of clean athletes" following recent leaks.
Kenya's Olympic team leader denies stealing $250,000 (£197,000) which was meant for accommodation for athletes and officials in Rio.
Nile Wilson, Harry Aikines-Aryeetey and Steve Cummings are among the latest Brits to have medical files made public by hackers.
Mike Hay is appointed as the Team GB chef de mission for the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.
The Italian Olympic chief reacts angrily to the refusal of the mayor of Rome to support the city's bid to host the 2024 Games, saying it will continue.
Two Mongolian wrestling coaches who stripped in protest at a judges' decision at the Rio Olympics are suspended for three years.
Rome is set to drop its bid to host the Olympics in 2024 after its anti-establishment mayor said it would be "irresponsible" to be a candidate.
Valegro, co-owned by triple Olympic champion Charlotte Dujardin, will be retired at Olympia in December.
Since taekwondo fighter Cheick Sallah Cisse snatched Olympic gold in the final second from GB's Lutalo Muhammad, the Ivorian has become a national hero.
BBC Sport looks at some of the key facts surrounding the Fancy Bears hack team's latest release of medical files stolen from Wada's database.
Bronze-winning gymnast Amy Tinkler receives a warm welcome home.
British Cycling's former performance director Sir Dave Brailsford discusses how far the GB team have come in the past three decades.
Jonny Brownlee thanks brother Alistair for helping him over the finish line after suffering from exhaustion at the World Triathlon Series in Mexico.
Olympic champion Alistair Brownlee jokes about having to help brother Jonny over the finish line in a dramatic end to the final ITU World Series race of the season in Mexico.
Andy Murray is interviewed by two school children at a Davis Cup Trophy Tour event at Stirling University.
Great Britain's Jonny Brownlee dramatically misses out on the World Series title after breaking down in the final stages of the last race of the season in Mexico.