Musicians in the U.S. and Japan are collaborating in honor of the first Olympic karate competition: Composers tracked the brainwaves of people performing karate, and turned that data into music.
Serbia's Djokovic loses to Spain's Pablo Carreño Busta, ending his chances of winning a bronze in Tokyo. "I gave it all, whatever I had left in the tank, which was not so much," Djokovic says.
This year it's skateboarding. In 2024, breakdancing will be an Olympic sport. Wondering how those decisions are made? Here's what it takes for a new sport to make the Games.
TikTok is owning the 2020 Olympics as athletes share highlights and behind the scenes updates from Tokyo with each other and followers at home.
Ten years ago there were only about two dozen openly LGBTQ Olympians competing in the games. Today, there are more than 160.
Tokyo officials recorded more than 2,800 new cases in the capital on Tuesday, surpassing the previous high from January.
Japan took gold on Tuesday after a 2-0 win over Team USA. The game marked a rematch for the two teams, who battled it out for the gold in Beijing in 2008 with similar results.
"I feel incredibly proud to say that I am a gay man and also an Olympic champion," the 27-year-old diver from Great Britain told his fans. Daley's gold was the first of his Olympic career.
Team USA scored big, rebounding after a disappointing loss to Sweden. The 6-1 win keeps alive the Americans' goal of becoming the first women's team to take Olympic gold after winning the World Cup.
The USOC decision put them at parity with U.S. Olympians, who receive $37,500 for a gold medal, $22,500 for silver and $15,000 for bronze.
When did the Parade of Nations begin, and why aren't the countries in alphabetical order? Here's everything you need to know about the Olympic opening ceremony event.
Keigo Oyamada, who performs under the stage name Cornelius, resigned from the Tokyo Olympics after critics uncovered interviews in which he boasted of bullying classmates with disabilities.