2016 Rio Olympics

Men's Hammer Throw

More from Rio: Mo Farah Doesn't Like Answering Questions About Jama Aden and SAFP Doesn't Like Taking Questions About Usain Bolt

Mekhissi-Benabbad on Getting Ezekiel Kemboi DQ in Olympic Steeple: "Maradona hit a goal with his hand and he is an idol in Argentina. He cheated. I did not cheat."

7 Final Thoughts on Rio: Team USA Crushed It, How American Distance Runners Stack Up to the Sprinters, Jumpers & Throwers and the Most Exciting Race of the Olympics

RRW: Alan Webb Says Matt Centrowitz's Gold Represents Century Of Dedication

Webb heaps a lot of praise on Centro saying that he thinks he can get the American mile record and "it wouldn't be bittersweet" to lose it.

The Bravest Olympian in Rio -- Ethiopia's Feyisa Lilesa Risks Death But Speaks Out About Killings of Oromo Protesters in Ethiopia After Earning Olympic Silver in Marathon

Find out why this Olympian says he'll be killed or jailed if he returns to Ethiopia.

Men's Marathon: Eliud Kipchoge Cements His Status As The World's Greatest Marathoner As Galen Rupp Doubles Back From The 10K To Win Bronze

Eliud Kipchoge is the marathon GOAT as Feyisa Lilesa gets silver and Galen Rupp an impressive bronze for USA. Jared Ward ran a PB for 6th place as Meb Keflezighi struggled, but got to the line in 32nd.

Paul Chelimo Proves Everyone Wrong (Including LetsRun.com) Once Again to Win the U.S.'s First Olympic 5,000 Medal in 52 Years

Men's 5000: Mo Farah Completes The "Double Double"; American Paul Chelimo Surprises With Silver After A Slew Of DQs And Reinstatements Temporarily Cause Silver And Bronze Medal Pandemonium

Farah cemented his place in Olympic history by joining Lasse Viren as the only man in history to pull off the 5K/10K double at two Olympic Games. Behind him, three DQs saw 41-year-old Bernard Lagat almost win Olympic bronze, but two reinstatements later he was relegated to 5th as USA's Paul Chelimo was the shock silver medalist and Ethiopia's Hagos Gebrhiwet got the bronze.  

Matthew Centrowitz Goes Wire-To-Wire To Win USA's First Men's 1500m Gold In 108 Years

Centro used tactical brilliance and a 50.62 last lap to earn America’s first gold medal in the men’s 1500 in since 1908. Defending champ Taoufik Makhloufi was silver as Nick Willis got his second Olympic medal in third. Asbel Kiprop only 6th; USA's Ben Blankenship was 8th. *MB: MATT MF CENTROWITZ

Dennis Mitchell's Days as Relay Coach Have to be Numbered Now: USA's 50% Failure Rate Continues as Men Get DQ'd, Women Win Gold With #2 Time Ever

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
August 12, 2016 to August 21, 2016

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