Australia's Olympic team leader is urging Brazilian authorities to implement Olympic-scale security now in Rio de Janeiro "before an athlete gets hurt."
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With a ban on Russia's track and field athletes already in place, Olympic leaders are looking at further anti-doping measures ahead of the Rio de Janeiro Games. The status of other sports in Russia, as well as other countries and sports with poor doping records, could come under scrutiny at an Olympic summit in Lausanne on Tuesday.
Russian authorities have opened a criminal case against Grigory Rodchenkov, the country's former anti-doping laboratory director, who has become a key informant for allegations of doping at the Sochi Olympics.
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Former World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) president Dick Pound says the organization didn’t react "smartly" to a Russian athlete's admission of state-supported doping in 2012.
As the Rio Olympics draw closer, many athletes from across the world have chosen to skip the Summer Games following the Zika virus outbreak in Brazil or due to their busy schedules, while others have left their primary sport in hopes of realizing their dreams in another.
Canada would have to beat the odds to meet its goal of finishing in the top 12 in the medal count at the Rio Olympics, according to recent data analysis from Gracenote Sports.
With the Rio Games now just two months away, COC chief executive officer Chris Overholt said Thursday that the committee has taken on its challenges and is looking to the future.
Brazilian Olympic organizers have told the IOC that the risk of Zika infection will be dramatically reduced during the Rio de Janeiro Games in August.
Each of the past three Olympics (summer or winter), a Canadian has won a medal in an event appearing for the very first time.