Aisha Praught-Leer suffered the injury while training in Switzerland on Sunday, just over a week ahead of the first round of the women's 1500m.
During events, medal ceremonies, and at the Olympic Village, protests have been forbidden by the International Olympic Committee.
After losing to Novak Djokovic at the Olympics, Hugo Dellien asked Novak Djokovic for his shirt, calling it a "beautiful gift."
Tennis stars like Daniil Medvedev and Novak Djokovic said matches at the Tokyo Olympics should be held later because the heat is too intense.
South Korean broadcaster MBC also used a photo of civil unrest to represent Haiti during Friday's opening ceremony.
Donald Trump criticized the Cleveland Indians baseball club for changing its name amid a wider cultural shift of institutions ditching racist names.
China's Qian Yang, 21, set an Olympic record to win the women's 10-meter air rifle competition. Due to COVID-19, winners are handed medals on a tray.
Algerian athlete Fethi Nourine withdrew from the Olympics when he was matched with Israeli competitor Tohar Butbul in the second round.
A restraining order filed in June alleged Bauer physically abused a woman with whom he had a consensual sexual relationship. He previously denied the allegations.
Vikings assistant coach Rick Dennison is no longer with the organization after he refused to be vaccinated against COVID-19, sources told ESPN.
In his essay published in the Hollywood Reporter, Abdul-Jabbar applauded tennis star Naomi Osaka for openly speaking about her mental health.
Pita Taufatofua of Tonga became an instant superstar four years ago at the Olympics in Rio, and he's back for another round this year.
The parade of nations during the Olympic opening ceremony can be long, and one Eritrean athlete did not feel like standing.
The Cleveland Indians announced their name change to the Cleveland Guardians in a video posted to Twitter on Friday.
Barcelona is trying to sell some of its highest earners like Antoine Griezmann as it desperately tries to register Lionel Messi and four more players.
The first gold medal in the women's balance beam was awarded to Nina Bocharova in 1952. The sport has come a long way since then.
A memo obtained by NFL Network reporter Tom Pelissero detailed how teams will be penalized for COVID-19 outbreaks among unvaccinated players.
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