Organizers in Pyeongchang report 11 new cases of norovirus have been confirmed at the Games. That brings the total of people at the Olympics suffering from the highly contagious diarrhea-and-vomiting disease up to 139.
1,200 security staffers have been sent home due to a norovirus outbreak just days before the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics are scheduled to kick off.
Algae bloomed overnight in the diving pool at Rio’s Maria Lenk Aquatics Centre, and it was only a matter of time that it spread to the competition pool next door—which, from watching today’s water polo action, it has.
Bob Costas is back on the air tonight at NBC despite "not being 100%," and a close inspection of his wonky eye suggests he's still got a few days left to take Russian antibiotics of questionable efficacy.
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