How Five Worries About The Rio Summer Olympics Played Out
Between Zika, filthy water and crime, the 2016 Rio Olympics had a lot of doubters.
Rio's dirty water claims 'first victim': star Belgian sailor sick after racing on polluted bay
A Belgian woman who won a bronze medal at the 2012 Olympics has become sick after racing on polluted Guanabara Bay, the first sailor to fall ill from the waters that were heavily scrutinised leading to the Rio Games.
Rio ‘Has Never Felt So Safe.’ But What Happens After the Games? - The New York Times
Brazil has deployed a security force of 85,000 for the Olympics, but with an economy in turmoil, residents fear that violence will soon surge again.
Rio Olympics to Be Petri Dish for Study of Zika Virus - Bloomberg
The U.S. Olympic Committee is seeking volunteers from its athletes and staff to submit fluid samples and to be tracked.
2016 Summer Olympics (Rio 2016)
The 2016 Summer Olympics will take place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, from August 5 to August 21, 2016. The Paralympic Games is scheduled for September 7 to September 18, 2016. If you plan to travel to Brazil for the Olympics or Paralympics, follow CDC's recommendations to help you stay safe and healthy.
Safety and Security A Growing Concern for 2016 Olympic Games
Pollution, venue construction delays, labor strikes news out of Brazil, as the country prepares to host the 2016 Olympic Games, has not exactly been positive as of late.
Is Rio Ready for the 2016 Olympics - Six Key Questions
Several pressing issues remain before the 2016 Olympic Games begin and, with just over 100 days to go, we look at the main concerns that represent the final hurdles for Brazil.
How Safe Is Rio? - Golf Digest
As the wave of bad news about golf's return to the Olympics continues to roll in, the challenge is sifting between perceptions and realities.
Team USA Athletes Weigh In on Rio Olympics Safety Fears - CBS News
Host of problems -- like the Zika virus, filthy water and more -- are forcing some athletes to reconsider competing in the Games
Olympics 2016 - Rio Police Warn Tourists - CNN
Rio de Janeiro gears up to host the 2016 Olympics amid increasing concerns over police brutality and the officers' ability, and desire, to keep people safe.