Rio 2016

The 16th and final day of Rio 2016 takes place today with live TV coverage on the BBC. Ore Oduba introduces the first slice of action from 1pm on BBC One as the athletics programme comes to an end with… Read more

Rio 2016 continues today with the 15th and penultimate day of the Games. Hazel Irvine will be live on BBC One from 1pm, where the canoe sprint takes centre stage, as the men’s K1 200m final gets under way at… Read more

Live coverage on day 14 begins on BBC Two at 1pm with the latest canoe sprint heats at the Lagoa Stadium and taekwondo preliminaries at Carioca Arena 3. The heats are the men’s K1 200m at 13.00, men’s C2 1,000m… Read more

Day 13 of Rio 2016 takes place today with live coverage across the BBC. Hazel Irvine will be live on BBC Two from 1pm with coverage from Lagoa Stadium with three finals in the canoe sprint, featuring the men’s K2… Read more

Coverage on day 11 of Rio 2016 gets underway on BBC Two from 12.50pm with the men’s 10km open-water swimming at Fort Copacabana. It continues with athletics, including round one of the women’s 5,000m from 13.30 at the Olympic Stadium…. Read more

It’s day 10 of Rio 2016 and here’s what’s coming up on BBC TV today. Hazel Irvine is live on BBC Two from 12.50pm as Team GB’s Keri-Anne Payne goes for gold in the women’s 10km open-water swimming at 13.00… Read more

The afternoon’s live coverage of Rio 2016 begins at 1pm on BBC One and consists of the women’s marathon, which takes place at Sambodromo at 13.30. Britain has never produced a medallist in this event since it was introduced at… Read more

Day 8 of Rio 2016 takes place today with live TV coverage on the BBC. The coverage gets underway at 12.45pm on BBC One and BBC One HD, where Hazel Irvine introduces coverage of the men’s 100m preliminary round at… Read more

The BBC’s Olympic shopping trolley is back in action for the 2016 games in Rio. The trolley made its debut during the 2014 Winter Olympics, where presenter Clare Balding and her team used the trolley to broadcast live from around… Read more

Day 5’s coverage of Rio 2016 starts at 12.15pm on BBC Two and BBC Two HD before moving over to BBC One at 1.45pm today, where Hazel Irvine presents live coverage the women’s rowing pair semi-finals at the Lagoa Stadium,… Read more

Coverage of Day 4 of Rio 2016 gets underway at 1pm on BBC Two before switching to BBC One at 1.45pm, where Hazel Irvine fronts live coverage of the men’s rowing pair semi-finals from 1.50pm. The women’s double, men’s double… Read more

Rio 2016 continues today as day three of the games take place with rowing, cross-country eventing, tennis, beach volleyball and swimming featuring in today’s schedule. Hazel Irvine fronts today’s coverage on BBC Two from 1pm, before switching to BBC One… Read more

Day 2 of Rio 2016 takes place today with live coverage on the BBC. Hazel Irvine will be live on BBC One and BBC One HD from 1.00pm with live coverage of rowing, artistic gymnastics, road cycling and swimming. The… Read more

The 2016 Rio Olympics get underway today and features rowing heats, the men’s cycling road race and swimming heats. The Lagoa Stadium is the first venue as the rowing gets under way, with John Inverdale presenting the heats of the… Read more

The Games of the XXXI Olympiad will take place from Friday 5th August – Sunday 21st August 2016 with live coverage across the BBC. The BBC will broadcast a total of 550 hours of network coverage across 17 days of… Read more

The BBC has launched BBC Sport 360 – an experimental service bringing Rio 2016 live and on-demand to UK audiences in 360 degree video for the first time. Sports fans can get closer than ever to the Olympics action and… Read more

The 2016 Summer Olympics, held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, get underway tonight with the opening ceremony. The games will formally run from 5 August to 21 August 2016. Clare Balding will front the BBC’s coverage of the opening ceremony… Read more

BBC Sport today debut its Rio Olympics 2016 trail. The animated campaign, made by Passion Pictures, showcases a world of stunning forest stadiums inspired by host nation Rio’s Tijuca Forest and the vastly competitive and diverse animal kingdom. Over the… Read more