Children lie on a field at the Barcelona Football School in Rio de Janeiro. With 800 young athletes, it is one of the most prestigious sports schools in the city.
Rio's main athletics complex is hosted by the Military School of Physical Education, which is near Sugarloaf Mountain.
Two women pose with all their golf equipment at the Gavea Golf and Country Club. The course is near the beach of Sao Conrado.
The Arpoador open-air gym has a magnificent panoramic view of the city. It is a small peninsula between the beaches of Ipanema and Copacabana.
All around the the lake between Ipanema and Corcovado, there are numerous areas dedicated to sports. Most of the tennis courts in Rio are on private property, but these two are public and it is free to go there and play.
Volleyball is a popular sport on Ipanema's beach.
Rio's rowing clubs are based at the Rodrigo de Freitas Lagoon. It will host some Olympic events in August.
Basketball players pose in the Parque do Flamengo, where there are many courts and fields for different sports.
A cyclist poses in the Parque Garota de Ipanema.
The Rocinha sports complex is in what's considered Brazil's largest favela.
An equestrian course is seen above Rio.
A person poses in a long-jump pit at the Military School of Physical Education.
An athlete with the Japanese Olympic sailing team poses close to a sailboat in Marina da Gloria. This venue will host Olympic sailing events in August.
Two athletes of Brazil's Olympic archery team pose in the archery training center of the city.
Popole Misenga and Yolande Mabika are two refugees who fled the Democratic Republic of the Congo three years ago and sought asylum in Brazil. They compete in judo, and they will take part in the Olympics as part of a 10-member Olympic Refugee Team.