Olympics

Belarusian athlete Krystsina Tsimanouskaya was 'forced' to get on a flight back home after criticising her coaches.
She was aiming to complete a grueling triple in Tokyo – the 1,500, 5,000 and 10,000.
The Olympian is known for his love of knitting and used it to help pass the time between dives at the women’s 3m springboard final.
The presenter was hailed as a class act for the brilliant nod she appeared to give to the ex-minister's comments.
"I am PROUD. Proud of the young girl who overcame obstacles, and proud of my accent! It’s me, it’s my journey, my grit."
A stunning victory by Sunisa Lee of Team USA, a new world record by Tatjana Schoenmaker of South Africa and intense rugby matches round out the first week of competition.
Has the lack of crowd noise helped or hindered athletes? It's complicated, say sports psychologists.
"This broke my focus and that problem impacted my time," said Hungary's Kristof Milak.
The swimmer, part of the Refugee Olympic Team, swam for three hours to pull a migrant boat to safety.
Work martyrdom tells you “no one can do this job but me.” Simone Biles knows better.
No one would bat an eye if Simone Biles had to leave the Olympics because of a broken ankle.
"Am I good enough? Yes, I am. The mantra I practice daily. Simone Biles, we are proud of you," the former First Lady tweeted.
The 24-year-old also said she was "not having as much fun" at the Summer Olympics in Tokyo.
"We hope this isn't the last we've seen of one of the world's best gymnasts," the Tokyo Olympics Twitter account wrote.
The swimmer triumphed in the men’s 200 metres freestyle at Tokyo 2020.
Rayssa Leal, who earned internet gold in 2015 when filmed shredding in fairy wings and a dress at 7, is now one of the youngest athletes to earn an Olympic medal.