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A photo of the Rio 2016 Olympic games pin from Reuters
Reuters and other news agencies have been producing pins to mark the Olympic Games for many years. These can become collectors’ items, traded among aficionados.

This month, athletes from around the world will compete in 42 Olympic sport disciplines at one of the world’s greatest spectacles. From the stadiums and beyond, our Reuters team will be hard at work delivering comprehensive coverage of the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

To guarantee you get the best seat in the house – every venue, every day – you need go no further than reuters.com. Our journalists will bring you all the moments, big and small: the drama, the victories, the defeats, the interviews, the sheer athletic prowess, on full display as only the world’s most trusted news organization can deliver.

Reuters 2016 Olympics coverage

Here are a few highlights of what you can expect:

  • In-depth reporting that goes beyond sports, from the impact of the Zika virus to doping controversies to tourism and more.
  • Video coverage of teams and top athletes preparing in their home countries
  • Photos from unique perspectives, including under water
  • Graphics featuring detailed venue maps and daily schedules
Infographic showing equipment and rules of the athletics jumping events at the Rio 2016 Olympics.
Infographic showing equipment and rules of the athletics jumping events at the Rio 2016 Olympics.

Learn more

Check out Reuters.com/rio-2016 to view news and stories from the 2016 Olympics in Rio.

 

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