Records fall and stars rise in Rio

U.S. swimmer Katie Ledecky outpaces the field on her way to gold—and a new world record—in the 400-m freestyle in Rio on Aug. 7

THE WATCHWORD LEADING UP TO the 2016 Summer Olympics was danger: a Zika epidemic, infested waterways, political and economic crises, and a soaring crime rate all

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