The Rio Olympics end with a spectacular carnival-inspired closing ceremony and the official handover to 2020 hosts Tokyo.
Mongolia wrestler Ganzorigiin Mandakhnaran’s coaches strip off in protest at the judges’ decision against him in his bronze-medal match.
Notable firsts, a raft of gold medals and second place in the medal table – the stats behind Great Britain’s Rio 2016 Olympics.
Rookies Matthew Fitzpatrick and Andy Sullivan book the final two automatic places in Europe’s Ryder Cup team.
Mo Farah plans to end his track career after next year’s World Championships in London – but has not ruled out running the marathon at Tokyo 2020.
Great Britain finish above Olympic powerhouse China in second in the medal table at Rio – after beating their London 2012 total.
Cristhian Stuani scores twice on his Premier League debut as Middlesbrough beat Sunderland in the Wear-Tees derby.
Some of Team GB’s Olympic medal winners draw pictures to show how they are feeling after success at Rio 2016.
Martyn Rooney tells BBC Sport he is even angrier after seeing a replay of Great Britain’s controversial disqualification from the 4x400m relay.
Mo Farah wins his fourth Olympic gold medal as he becomes the second man in history to retain the 5,000m and 10,000m titles.