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US Olympic gold medal-winning 19-year-old gymnast Simone Biles has confirmed she has been using medicine to treat attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

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A Brazilian court has indicted International Olympic Committee (IOC) member Patrick Hickey for a ticket-scalping scheme that operated during last month's 2016 Rio Games.

Judge Juliana Leal de Melo on Monday ruled that Hickey, who was arrested August 17 here, can remain free pending trial, but must wear an ankle monitor and report in person to the court every month to ensure that he obeys a prohibition on leaving Brazil.

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Olympic bronze medallist wrestler Sakshi Malik has entered the top five in the latest world rankings, rising to a career best fourth spot in the women's 58 kilogram category.

Sakshi, who was unranked previously, has entered the top five due to her performance at the recently concluded Rio Olympics where she became the first Indian female wrestler to bag an Olympic medal.

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Indian wrestler Sakshi Malik, who bagged a historic bronze medal at the Rio Olympics, said on Friday it's not just the medal but the whole journey of her young career that makes her strong.

Saskhi, who pulled off a dramatic 8-5 victory in the play-off bout to become India's first female wrestler to win an Olympic medal, further said that her the medal is a recognition of the feat that she achieved in the Olympic games.

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At least three anti-doping experts of the International Swimming Federation (FINA) have resigned to protest a decision to allow Russian swimmers to compete at 2016 Rio Olympics, Irish media has reported.

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Gymnast Dipa Karmakar, who was lauded for her performance at Rio Olympics, is the most inspiring Indian woman, according to a survey.

Shaadi.com, a matchmaking service, recently conducted a survey to understand the definition of success for millennials. The survey was conducted online with over 12,500 responses from Indians (married and unmarried) with ages ranging from 23 to 30 years, according to a statement.

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An investigation into a payment made during Tokyo's successful bid to host the 2020 Olympics has found no evidence of bribery.

Japanese officials have been cleared of any wrongdoing in connection with a 2.8 million Singapore dollar payment (1.55m euros; $2.05m) made to a consultancy firm. French prosecutors said they were investigating the sum in May this year as part of a corruption inquiry, BBC reported on Thursday. But a Japanese panel found the payment did not break any Japanese laws.

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