Months after deciding to drop wrestling from the Olympics, the International Olympic Committee has reversed course and decided the sport will be in the line-up until at least 2024. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with US women's team member Elena Pirozhkova.
American silver medalist Nick Symmonds took the opportunity to speak out against Russia's anti-gay propaganda laws yesterday at the World Track and Field Championships held in Moscow. He spoke to the BBC about his views.
The activist and actor George Takei is a vocal proponent of LGBT rights. He's backing a petition that would seek to move the 2014 Winter Olympics from Sochi, Russia, to Vancouver, Canada. Anchor Aaron Schachter speaks with him about the petition.
Wrestlers from Iran, Russia and the United States will go to the mat for their sport today in New York City's Grand Central Station. The wrestling exhibition is designed to draw attention to a sport the IOC wants to remove from the Olympic line-up.
Details emerged Tuesday about the defense athlete Oscar Pistorius is using in the shooting death of his girlfriend, the model Reeva Steenkamp. Host Aaron Schachter talks with The Worlds Anders Kelto in Cape Town.
Oscar Pistorius was a sports hero. Trooper Johnson is a member of the U.S. National Wheelchair basketball team and has competed in four Paralympic Games. He speaks with anchor Aaron Schachter about what Pistorius meant to the Paralympic movement.
The World's Mary Kay Magistad reports that Chinese officials and the head of the International Olympic Committee today said that the Olympic torch relay will proceed as planned despite the protests that have caused major disruptions along the route.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Martin Atock, managing director of Peden Bloodstock, the company in charge of transporting more than 200 horses from 48 countries to China's Olympic equestrian venue, Hong Kong is the venue and the answer to our Geo Quiz today.
When the Olympic winners take the podium over the next two weeks, they won't just get a medal. They'll also get a flower bouquet. The World's Jason Margolis visited the little flower shop that could in the Vancouver suburb of Surrey.
The Vancouver Winter Olympics may be over but athletes from around the globe are still competing in British Columbia, this time in the Paralympics. Rick Hansen is following the Games in Vancouver. Jeb Sharp talks with him.
Saudi Arabia is to allow its women athletes to compete in the Olympics for the first time. Saudi journalist Laura Bashraheel speaks with Marco Werman about the possibility of official sponsorship of women.
Beijing has released a new volume of Olympic etiquette, and The BBC's China editor Shirong Chen takes a look at some of the rules, and she tells anchor Lisa Mullins that demonstrations and sit-ins are banned at next month's games, and so is streaking.
Afghan athlete Rohullah Nikpai took home the bronze medal in Tae Kwon Do at last month's Beijing Olympics. It's Afghanistan's first ever Olympic medal. Now he's a national hero. Correspondent Derek Stoffel has his story.
For those who are visiting Vancouver to catch some Olympic action ? there is a group of volunteers who have taken to the streets to make sure visitors don't catch anything else. The World's Andrea Crossan has more.