Does the rise of women athletes in India point towards a society that is learning to value its girls?
Great Britain’s Olympic stars have achieved their biggest dreams at their home games–but what next for these athletes?
Critics have suggested that Rio de Janeiro won’t be ready to host the 2014 World Cup or the 2016 Olympics. Aldo Rebelo, Brazil’s Sports Minister, begs to differ
Now that the country has experienced two weeks of nonstop effervescence, it wants to figure out how to bottle it for an inevitable rainy day
A stunning medal haul, secured by humble British athletes, puts the exploits of overpaid soccer players in an even worse light
There were many memorable moments at the London Olympics, some heartbreaking and some baffling. But each of TIME’s correspondents at the Games has picked two that stood out the most, for better or for worse
Amazing photos from the track and the pool fill the pages of magazines and the front pages of newspapers every Olympics. But thanks to social media and some camera-happy athletes we’re now privy to some amazing behind-the-scenes …
Did you ever get that feeling, during London 2012, that there was something missing from your Olympics? Or that there was a sport dragging the whole thing down? Here, the TIME writers who covered the London 2012 Olympic Games …
The newly awarded Olympic gold medalists find a moment of calm to process their achievement.
It’s still balmy in London, but Dmitry Chernyshenko, the president and chief executive of the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, has ice and snow on his mind. Here he talks to TIME about the preparations for the Sochi Games.