Paris 2024 organisers have claimed that the delay of the direct rail link between the capital city and the Charles de Gaulle airport will not impact on the organisation of the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
A town devastated by the nuclear meltdowns in the Fukushima Prefecture in the wake of the 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan is set to feature on the route of the Olympic Torch Relay for Tokyo 2020.
Kremlev calls for AIBA leadership to be replaced in last-ditch bid to save organisation for Tokyo 2020
Russian Umar Kremlev has called for the entire leadership at the International Boxing Association (AIBA) to be replaced and backtracked on his intention to run for President in a series of proposals he claims will help preserve the future of the organisation.
Tokyo 2020 has today closed its Olympic ticket lottery for Japanese residents, claiming it has successfully attracted millions of people eager to secure their Games experience.
Five-time Olympic medallist Jayna Hefford will be inducted into the Canada Sports Hall of Fame later this year.
Romanian weightlifter Florin Croitoru has been disqualified from the London 2012 Olympic Games after re-analysis of his samples from the event resulted in a positive test for three prohibited substances.
Tokyo 2020 has extended the deadline for Japanese residents to apply for Olympic Games tickets by 12 hours because of the "high volume of traffic" on the website.
Rio 2016 Olympic gold medallist Nurudinov one of two weightlifters disqualified from London 2012 for doping
Rio 2016 Olympic gold medallist Ruslan Nurudinov of Uzbekistan is one of a further two weightlifters to have been disqualified from London 2012 for doping.
Around 4,600 people took part in a walk in Tokyo in a bid to build excitement for next year's Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games.
United States rugby sevens ace Danny Barrett says successful qualification for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games is "huge for us".
Association of Paddlesurf Professionals head hopeful of Paris 2024 inclusion for SUP despite ownership row
A dispute over the ownership of stand-up paddling is damaging the sport's chances of featuring at Paris 2024 and needs to be resolved soon if the discipline is to be included on the Olympic programme, according to the head of the Association of Paddlesurf Professionals (APP).
President of Île-de-France region expresses opposition to Charles de Gaulle Express project ahead of Paris 2024
Valérie Pécresse, President of the Île-de-France region, has said the commissioning of the railway line that will link Charles de Gaulle Airport and Gare de l'Est for the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games is "untenable".
Transport and heat measures discussed as IOC Coordination Commission conclude visit with praise for Tokyo 2020 plans
John Coates revealed more than five million people had registered for the Tokyo 2020 ticketing site ahead of the upcoming lottery, as the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Coordination Commission concluded their eighth inspection.
Coates calls for overlay cost cuts as Tokyo 2020 vow to find appropriate budget for sport presentation
International Olympic Committee (IOC) Coordination Commission chair John Coates believes further savings can be achieved in the overlay budget by Tokyo 2020, while organisers pledged to resolve concerns of International Federations (IFs).
British landscape architecture studio wins competition to redesign Eiffel Tower parks in time for Paris 2024
British landscape architecture studio Gustafson Porter + Bowman will redesign the parks surrounding the Eiffel Tower in order to address crowding problems and improve services for the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games.