1. Kelechi Iheanacho's involvement for Nigeria at Olympics in doubt

    Nigeria are still waiting to hear whether Manchester City striker Kelechi Iheanacho will be able to play in the Rio Olympics, the nation's coach for t...

    about 6 days ago | Jonathan Smith
  2. Zlatan Ibrahimovic included in Sweden's Rio 2016 Olympic squad but may not play

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been included in Sweden's provisional 35-man squad to play at the Rio Olympics this summer, although coach Hakan Ericson has sa...

    about 12 days ago | ESPN staff
  3. Bayern Munich to release Douglas Costa to play for Brazil at Olympics

    Bayern Munich have released midfielder Douglas Costa to play for Brazil at the Olympics, joining Neymar as one of the host nation's overage players. B...

    about 13 days ago | ESPN staff
  4. Injured Megan Rapinoe -- 'My Olympic dream is still alive'

    The U.S. women's soccer team will compete in the Olympics without Abby Wambach and Sydney Leroux. But Megan Rapinoe, who tore her ACL last December, isn't ruling herself out.

    about 16 days ago | Matt Eisenberg, espnW.com | espnW.com
  5. Son Heung-Min allowed by Tottenham to play in Olympics for South Korea

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    about 20 days ago | Dan Kilpatrick
  6. Kerr: Curry makes 'wise choice' skipping Olympics Watch

    Steve Kerr comments on Steph Curry's decision to sit out this summer's Olympics in Rio.

    about 20 days ago
  7. PSG's Marquinhos released to play for Brazil in Olympics

    Paris Saint-Germain defender Marquinhos has been released by the Ligue 1 club to play for Brazil in the Olympics, the player announced on Monday. The ...

    about 20 days ago | ESPN staff
  8. Why a judge ruled U.S. women's soccer team can't strike Watch

    ESPN soccer analyst Julie Foudy explains why the U.S. women's soccer team does not have the right to strike in an attempt to seek improved conditions and wages before the Olympics.

    about 23 days ago
  9. Judge says U.S. women's soccer team bound by no-strike clause

    A federal judge says the world-champion U.S. women's soccer team currently does not have the right to strike to seek improved conditions and wages before the Summer Olympics.

    about 23 days ago | Associated Press
  10. World Health Organization rejects call to cancel Rio Olympics because of Zika threat

    The WHO maintains that despite the increased number of infections because of the Zika outbreak, there is "no public health justification" for calling off the Rio Games.

    about 26 days ago | Associated Press
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