The Olympics are an opportunity for eSport to drive a new social movement.
A candid assessment of the impact of the games, from an academic on the ground.
Corporations benefit from using public spaces during the Olympic Games – but Rio made sure local businesses also got a slice of the pie.
Photographers can't pay the bills with Instagram likes – but it's pushing them to capture more spectacular images than ever before.
When it comes to winning Olympic gold, it turns out timing isn't everything.
Unravelling the common assumption that runners from Kenya, Ethiopia and Somalia have a natural advantage.
Will Brazil's troubles in preparing for the Rio Games change the global narrative of the value of hosting the Olympics?
More action sports will be on the Olympic bill in Tokyo with skateboarding, surfing and climbing added to the programme.
In a time when war and sports are the primary means of competition, Olympic gold has never been so valuable – or expensive.
Results from the games can tell us a lot about how different nations approach elite women and disabled athletes.
The countries who regularly top the medal table spend millions on training and developing athletes, money that poorer countries simply can't afford to spend on their sporting stars.
The 2016 Olympic Games is an invitation to a city known for partying more than anything else.
Why don't we get rid of host cities altogether?
There are days when you just want to think about buttercups and Jamie Vardy.
Why we should stop panicking about whether the Olympic venues will be ready and start thinking about the long-term impacts of construction.
Hosting a mega-event isn't all it's cracked up to be - and now some cities are starting to say 'no'.
Australia has struggled to win Olympic medals after the success in Sydney in 2000. But there's hope that may change as we head towards the Rio games in 2016.
Rio 2016 promised much, but with just one year to go Brazilians are still waiting for it to deliver...
The International Olympic Committee will choose between two non-democratic countries – China and Kazakhstan – for the 2022 Winter Olympics. A sign of things to come?
Conservative sport manifesto puts the elite ahead of the grassroots.