Carlos Arthur Nuzman allegedly helped channel $2 million to an official from Senegal in order to get Rio selected as an Olympics host.
Did Arab athletes act the way they did because they’re anti-Semites? Lisa Goldman says there’s another explanation, though many Jews won’t be able to hear it.
The International Olympic Committee could teach the United Nations a thing or two about treating Israel fairly, Jeffrey Gurock writs.
Hundreds of fans showed up at the airport to welcome Israel’s Olympic medal-winning judokas home.
Jewish swimmer Anthony Ervin became the oldest Olympic gold medalist in an individual swimming event, at 35 capping a comeback from burnout and drug use in the aftermath of his gold medal at 19.
On Tuesday, 16-year-old Sae Miyakawa of Japan performed her floor routine to a klezmer arrangement of the song “Kol HaOlam Kulo.”
Olympian Gabrielle Douglas has a complex religious background — a mixture of Christianity and Judaism. “I used to be Jewish,” she writes.
Ledecky, who is known for her strong Catholic faith and habit of saying “Hail Marys” before each race, also has a secret Jewish history — including family members who were killed during the Holocaust.
The eleven Israeli athletes murdered by Palestinian terrorists during the Munich Olympics in 1972 will be honored at a ceremony led Brazilian and Israeli officials during the 2016 summer Olympic Games.