- Simone Biles on top again at US gymnastics championships
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Simone Biles can start packing for Rio de Janeiro whenever she likes.
- Allyson Felix eyeing a shot at 2 Olympic golds
They juggled the Olympic schedule for Michael Johnson and he delivered double gold at the Atlanta Games 20 years ago. Now the IAAF and IOC have done the same for Allyson Felix as she seeks the chance to go for the same elusive track-and-field double.
- World doping watchdog shuts down Rio Olympic laboratory
RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Just weeks before the Olympic Games open in Rio de Janeiro, the city's accredited anti-doping laboratory has been stopped from conducting tests.
- Olympics could make Michael Gbinije's summer a busy one
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. (AP) — Michael Gbinije has already enjoyed his share of excitement in 2016. He played in the Final Four for Syracuse, and now he's been drafted by the Detroit Pistons.
- Doping on everyone's mind heading into US swimming trials
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Elizabeth Beisel tilted her head, grimaced a bit and pondered the question: Does she think the Olympic swimming competition will be clean in Rio?
- Wizards' Beal is latest to decline Rio Olympics invite
WASHINGTON (AP) — Washington Wizards guard Bradley Beal has declined an invitation to play for the United States in the Rio Olympics.
- Flying low: Lochte finds trouble en route to US swim trials
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Ryan Lochte knew there would be obstacles on his way to qualifying for his fourth Olympics. He just wasn't expecting one while trying to get to the U.S. swimming trials.
- Oregon nonprofit asks for donations ahead of Olympic trials
EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — A Eugene nonprofit group organizing next month's Olympic track and field trials is short on money and looking for donations.
- Globetrotters 'draft' Neymar, Missy Franklin, Kevin Hart
ATLANTA (AP) — Hey, Neymar, we'll let you use your hands.
- Boris Johnson emerges as the winner after British referendum
LONDON (AP) — Boris Johnson emerged Friday as perhaps the biggest winner in Britain's shock move away from the European Union.
- Badminton tries to shake off scandals at the Rio Olympics
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Badminton at the Rio Olympics will try to shake off multiple scandals and adapt to a rule change many consider an attempt to curb Chinese dominance.
- Breazeale expected to give Joshua better fight than Martin
LONDON (AP) — Dominic Breazeale isn't expected to freeze in the ring against IBF heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua like Charles Martin did two months ago.
- Pistorius shown in TV interview ahead of murder sentence
JOHANNESBURG (AP) — After his sentencing hearing last week, convicted murderer Oscar Pistorius was mistakenly ushered to a vehicle carrying Barry Steenkamp, father of Reeva, the girlfriend he killed. A police officer pulled open the sliding door before realizing the error. Surrounded by journalists and onlookers, Pistorius stepped away, made a phone call and was soon driving away in a car that had arrived to collect him.
- WIMBLEDON 2016: Djokovic seeks next step toward Golden Slam
Novak Djokovic has accomplished so much in his career — and, indeed, already this year.
- Serbian men, US women favored for Olympic water polo
CHICAGO (AP) — It's Andrija Prlainovic and Serbia on the men's side, and Maggie Steffens and the U.S. for the women's tournament.