Google ‘Rio’ and ‘missed drug tests’ and chances are you won’t be presented with the plug-like features of a certain former Premier League defender anymore.
Indeed, with doping suspicions just one of many hullabaloos to engulf the 2016 Olympics, proceedings in Brazil have as yet been eventful for all the wrong reasons.
Sure, there have been some genuinely heart-warming moments - refugee athletes, North Koreans and South Koreans sharing a selfie, more Team GB heroics - but not enough to convince us Rio 2016 was the best spot to host it in the first place.
So without further ado, here are a few reasons why they should probably have given it to Tokyo or Madrid...
The ‘road furniture’
“Wouldn’t cycling be infinitely more entertaining if we renamed it ‘The Death Road’?"
Not our words, but (probably) those of the Brazilian Olympic committee, who’ve seemingly gone out of their way to give the road race courses a series of perilous concrete traps, turning an elite sport into Takeshi’s Castle on tarmac.
First there was Italian Vincenzo Nibali, going off his bike on the descent from the Vista Chinesa on the first Saturday, breaking his collarbone and losing the race. Then barely a day later, with no extra provisions or safety measures added, Dutch cyclist Annemik van Vlueten lost the lead on the very same descent, flying over her handlebars and receiving spinal injuries on a sharp bend.
She’s making a full recovery thankfully, but how on earth did the route get cleared without more safety features or warnings of tight bends?