Worldwide Olympic sponsor Samsung has released a spoof advert for its "new fragrance", featuring British gymnast Max Whitlock, in a bid to promote a washing machine.
The United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC) has filed a lawsuit against its insurance providers for allegedly not fulfilling their contractual obligations as part of efforts to achieve a settlement with survivors of sexual abuse by Larry Nassar.
Amy Tinkler has claimed she would “give up” her Olympic medal to have "not have gone through what she did" as she spoke of her experiences at British Gymnastics.
The European Artistic Gymnastics Championships have been moved from Azerbaijan to Turkey because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Britain has withdrawn from this year's European Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Baku as coronavirus cases continue to rise around the world.
European Gymnastics has announced it plans to host a virtual Extraordinary General Assembly on November 18, which could see its 2021 Congress postponed to 2022.
World Athletics President Sebastian Coe has urged British Gymnastics to act on the complaints of abuse made from gymnasts amid criticism of how the organisation has handled the allegations.
This year's European Gymnastics Championships will not offer athletes the chance to qualify for the Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Amy Tinkler has accused British Gymnastics of lying in the handling of her abuse case.
Medical guidelines for events and competitions held during the COVID-19 pandemic have been approved by the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) Executive Committee.
The International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) is to stage an online conference next month where best practices and steps which may be taken to prevent abuse will be discussed.
Retired gymnast Amy Tinkler has accused British Gymnastics chief executive Jane Allen of "prolonging my suffering" and "hanging us out to dry", leading the governing body to issue an apology.
Farid Gayibov could be granted an extension to his term as European Gymnastics President after the governing body said it was looking to postpone its Congress next year.
UK Sport chair Katherine Grainger spoke of her "disbelief", "deep sadness" and "anger" at allegations of bullying and abuse within British Gymnastics – a body which could now face legal action.
International Gymnastics Federation (FIG)-sanctioned competition is set to return in October with a World Challenge Cup artistic gymnastics event in Hungary.