• Reuters2 hours ago

    Olympics-Equestrian-First horses arrive at Rio venue

    The International Federation for Equestrian sports (FEI) said Ringwood Sky Boy, 13-year-old mount of New Zealand eventing travelling reserve Tim Price, was first to set hoof on Brazilian soil. The cargo plane, an Emirates Boeing 777 carrying 34 eventing horses from London Stansted, touched down at

  • Reuters3 hours ago

    World number one Ko will not be staying at Olympic Village

    By Tony Jimenez WOBURN, England (Reuters) - Lydia Ko says she is "super excited" at the prospect of competing in her first Olympics next month although the women's world number one has decided against living at the Games village in Rio de Janeiro. "I've been excited about the

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