Sweden's olympic medallists were welcomed home and honoured on stage in Stockholm's Kungsträdgården park on Sunday.
Our coverage of Swedish athletes at the 2012 Summer Games.
- Return from Rio.
- "China hasn't kept promises made before 2008 Olympics."
There’s Swedish criticism of the choice of Beijing to host the 2022 Winter Olympics.
- Games begin on Saturday.
Sixty athletes from Sweden left for the Special Olympics Tuesday morning to take part in the global games hosted this year in Los Angeles.
- Penalty fee.
The Swedish Rowing Association has paid no tax on the money paid to the team’s captain, and now has to hand over a sum equal to half their subsidy from the Olympic Committee.
- Second medal for Modin.
Blind skier Zebastian Modin has won a silver medal for Sweden at the Paralympics, in the cross-country sprint.
- Pre-games favourites.
The Swedish curling team had another bad day at the Paralympics in Sochi, losing 4 - 7 against the host nation, Russia.
Crown Princess Victoria has cancelled her planned trip to the Winter Paralympics in Sochi, the Royal Court told Radio Sweden Tuesday.
Swedish ice hockey star Nicklas Bäckström, accused of doping during the Olympics, put the blame on his doctor during a press conference on Tuesday.
Swedish Olympic team doctor Björn Waldebäck has taken the blame for hockey player Nicklas Bäckström's positive doping test and has resigned from his position as head physician for the Swedish Olympic Committee, Swedish Radio News reports. Waldebäck says he still hopes to keep his job as team doctor for the men's hockey team.
Sweden's Winter Olympians are to be welcomed home this evening at a ceremony in central Stockholm, but it may be slightly delayed, due to a late flight from Sochi, news agency TT reports.
The Swedish Olympic team snatched a record number of medals in the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi. At 15 medals in total it has been the most successful Winter Olympics ever for Sweden.
Swedish center Nicklas Bäckström of Tre Kronor has failed a doping test according to the Swedish Olympic Committee (SOC). Bäckström did not play the final, where Sweden lost 3-0. He was reportedly out because of a migraine, but the SOC confirms that Bäckström tested positive for banned substances because of an allergy medicine that he has had for seven years.
Canada defended their title as reigning Olympic hockey champions after beating Sweden's Tre Kronor 3-0 on Sunday. Sweden had to settle for the silver medal after commendable defensive play by Canada.