The Globe and Mail will have a team in Rio de Janeiro when the 2016 Olympic Games begin this week. Here's who they are and how you can follow along as they document the biggest sports event in the world.
Cathal Kelly is a sports columnist for The Globe and Mail. He's covered numerous international sporting events, including the FIFA World Cup, the EURO Cup and two previous Olympic Games.
John Lehmann is a photojournalist for The Globe and Mail, based in Vancouver. Lehmann was named photojournalist of the year in 2012 and 2013 by the News Photographers Association of Canada, and in 2014 and 2016 by the Canadian Association of Journalists. He's covered five Olympic Games. Follow John on Twitter and Instagram.
Gary Mason joined The Globe and Mail in 2005 as a national affairs columnist based in Vancouver. Gary has won two National Newspaper Awards and six Jack Webster Awards, including 2010 for Commentator of the Year. Follow Gary on Twitter
Stephanie Nolen is the Latin America correspondent for The Globe and Mail, based in Rio. She joined the Globe in 1998. Stephanie has won seven National Newspaper Awards. Follow Stephanie on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Ingrid Peritz has been a Montreal-based correspondent for The Globe and Mail since 1998. Her reporting on thalidomide earned the paper a National Newspaper Award, Canadian Journalism Foundation award, and the Michener Award for public service. Follow Ingrid on Twitter.
Grant Robertson is an investigative reporter for The Globe and Mail. He joined The Globe in 2005, and has since written about business and the financial markets, politics and sports. He is the winner of five National Newspaper Awards.