Usain Bolt launches electric scooter business
Nine-time Olympic gold medallist Usain Bolt has launched his electric scooter business in France. He speaks with Bloomberg's Caroline Connan at Vivatech in Paris.
South Africa plans to appeal Caster Semenya testosterone ruling
South Africa's government has said it wants an appeal to be lodged against rules that force some female athletes to reduce testosterone levels. Olympic champion Caster Semenya had challenged the new regulations.
The four-legged robot cheetah
Weighing just 9 kilogram, a four-legged robot 'cheetah' that can perform a 360-degree backflip from a standing position has been built by engineers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The robot also has a range of motions that makes it agile and able to pick itself up if knocked to the ground.
Taiwan vote on changing Olympic team name risks China anger
Taiwanese voters will decide this weekend whether to change the name of the island’s Olympic team, a move that could bolster independence advocates and roil already fraught ties with China.
Olympian Michael helps' Quest to save water
Michael Phelps, Olympic gold medalist and global ambassador for Colgate, discusses the "Save Water" campaign aimed at preserving global clean water supplies and his life in retirement, as he has no plans to return to competition.
British boxing champ Adams inspires Barbie
A Barbie doll in the likeness of British Olympic boxing champion Nicola Adams has been unveiled along with 13 other 'Sheroes' to mark International Women’s Day.
Organisers apologise for Olympic transport problems, granted $2.8m budget increase
Organisers for the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympic Games apologised on Monday (February 12) for what they called "shortfalls" in the transportation services.
Kim Jong-un's rumoured ex-lover pop star makes rare visit to South before Games
Kim Jong-un's rumoured ex-lover and pop star visits South Korea in a show of inter-Korean Olympic faith.
Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan's 1994 saga gets its own museum
A Brooklyn museum showcases the controversial 1994 story of U.S. Olympic ice skaters Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan.