Day 3 of the Olympics features medal action in gymnastics, swimming, fencing, women’s rugby, judo and more.
Phelps showed he is still capable of the kind of jaw-dropping performances that already made him the most decorated Olympic athlete of all.
Michael Phelps has to clear out more space in his medal case: Time to make room for gold No. 19.
Katie Ledecky has given the U.S. its first swimming gold medal of the Rio Olympics with a world record in the women’s 400-meter freestyle.
Team USA’s score was nearly 10 points better than second-place China through four of the five subdivisions.
Armed with an unmatched offense, the Americans, seeking their third straight gold, are creating an identity with their backs to the basket.
Top-ranked American Alexander Massialas fell to Italian Daniele Garozzo in the gold medal match in Rio.
The Western Michigan Broncos, the favorites to win the MAC this year, face Big Ten teams in two of their first three games.
Jabrill Peppers may be on the field for up to 100 plays a game this season for Michigan.
Three-time doubles gold medalists Serena and Venus Williams were stunned in the opening round by the Czech Republic’s team.
Bora Gulari and Louisa Chafee have been sailing individually all their lives but have been teammates for only about four months.
Olympic athletes have been competing in near empty venues and before thin crowds in other locations during the opening days of the games.
Neil Walker hit a tiebreaking two-run homer in the ninth, and the New York Mets avoided a sweep with a victory over the Detroit Tigers.
The entire Russia team was banned from competing in the Paralympic Games as punishment for the country running a doping operation.
Alex Rodriguez will play his final major league game next Friday with the New York Yankees.