The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has begun a formal proceeding against the National Olympic Committee of the Republic of Belarus (NOCRB), in light of allegations it has breached the Olympic Charter.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach has extolled sport's health benefits and called for nations to respect the "political neutrality" of the Games in an address to world leaders during the Saudi Arabia 2020 G20 Summit.
CONI President warns issues with controversial draft sports law not solved by Sports Minister's letter to IOC
Italian National Olympic Committee (CONI) President Giovanni Malagò has warned that "it doesn’t seem that the problems have been solved", as wrangling over a draft sports law the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has warned risks Italy's place at next year's Olympics continues.
The number of new coronavirus cases reported by the Japanese Government fell today, following a recent steep rise in the country due to stage the Olympics and Paralympics next year.
The United Through Sports (UTS) Virtual Youth Festival, which will host its finals online and worldwide from November 20 to 22, will maintain the same format once the COVID-19 pandemic is over.
Exclusive: "They were angry because I told IOC the truth" says ousted weightlifting leader Papandrea
Ursula Papandrea says she was voted out of office by her own Executive Board at the International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) because they were unhappy that she "told the International Olympic Committee (IOC) the truth."
International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach has sent a video message to the Cook Islands Sports and National Olympic Committee (CISNOC), congratulating it on staging this year's Cook Islands Games and crediting the event with offering confidence Tokyo 2020 can go ahead next year.
A Belgian Paralympic Committee (BPC) delegation has been given a tour of the village of Latour by the Baillet Latour Fund.
John Coates, who chairs the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Tokyo 2020 Coordination Commission, has paid to tribute to outgoing Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe, labelling him "a great friend of the Olympic Movement".
Coca-Cola, the drinks group that is the Olympic Movement’s oldest sponsor, is to cut thousands of jobs as part of a restructuring that will reduce operating units from 17 to nine.
Los Angeles 2028 chairperson Casey Wasserman has reportedly written to the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to advocate for changes to be made to the controversial Rule 50 of the Olympic Charter.
South Korea’s Samsung has published new financial figures putting it firmly in the camp of those Olympic sponsors which are demonstrating resilience in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Flor Isava Fonseca, who along with Pirjo Häggman became the first female International Olympic Committee (IOC) member and later the first female member of its Executive Board, has passed away.
Intel, the California-based manufacturer of computer chips, has underlined that COVID-19 has not weighed on the businesses of all worldwide International Olympic Committee (IOC) sponsors, by posting exceptionally strong financial figures for the three months to late June.
Worldwide International Olympic Committee (IOC) sponsor Dow has announced plans for a workforce reduction programme after the COVID-19 pandemic "dramatically impacted" the giant chemicals company’s second-quarter financial results.