Nearly 900 athletes have gathered in Montenegro to participate in the 18th Games of the Small States of Europe, which holds its Opening Ceremony tomorrow and concludes on Saturday (June 1).
Mike Rowbottom: Message to the Olympic Movement in the face of new commercial threats - keep the athletes' eyes on the golden prize
I once came face to face with Shaquille O’Neal. Or should I say, face to kneecap.
Belarus claim more than 1,000 journalists apply to cover Minsk 2019 despite fears over press freedom
Journalists from 52 countries have been accredited to cover this year's European Games in Minsk, according to the Belarusian Sports Press Association.
ASOIF to follow up on groundbreaking report into future of International Federations, EOC Seminar hears
Francesco Ricci Bitti, President of the Association of Summer Olympic International Federations (ASOIF), says his organisation is planning a follow-up to the groundbreaking report it issued in March on the seismic changes facing International Federations (IFs).
Tokyo 2020 organisers told the 40th European Olympic Committees Seminar here that “more than two million” people had registered with the Games ticketing site ahead of the ticket lottery launch on May 9, with the figure having doubled since.
Preparations are complete for next month’s staging of the second European Games in Belarus, delegates at the 40th European Olympic Committees Seminar were told here today.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) maintains the legal case won recently by a German athletes' group which lessened individual advertising restrictions addressed in its Rule 40.3 is not generally applicable to other National Olympic Committees.
Delegates at 40th EOC Seminar given IOC reminder over athlete participation being free from “political interference”
Delegates at the 40th European Olympic Committees (EOC) Seminar here have been given a reminder from the International Olympic Committee (IOC) over ensuring athletes are not excluded from competition for political reasons.
EOC will name press freedom monitor for Minsk 2019 but stresses it believes organisers will “keep their word”
The European Olympic Committees will this week name the representative earmarked to monitor press freedom during the Minsk 2019 European Games – but its President, Janez Kocijančič, has faith that Belarus will honour the stipulations that are part of the host city contract.
EOC President Kocijančič aiming for European Games flag to go "from hand to hand" between Minsk and 2023 hosts
European Olympic Committees President Janez Kocijančič reiterated his confidence that the hosts for the 2023 European Games would be confirmed shortly before the Opening Ceremony of this year’s Games in Minsk – in good time for the traditional Closing Ceremony handover.
Vienna has stepped up this weekend to host three days of European Olympic Committees (EOC) discussions, including an Executive Committee meeting and the 2019 Seminar.
Kraków has replaced Katowice as Poland's candidate to host the 2023 European Games as the revised bidding deadline of May 31 approaches.
Philip Barker: Minsk 2019 will follow in Europe's rich tradition and history of hosting sporting events
Some eyebrows were raised this week when European Olympic Committees (EOC) President Janez Kocijančič claimed the European Games could be "a massive sports event which would be second only to the Olympics".
A deadline for countries to submit a bid for the 2023 European Games has been extended by the European Olympic Committees (EOC) for a second time.
Track’athlon not replaced at Minsk 2019 after assault course dropped from Dynamic New Athletics programme
Track’athlon has not been replaced on the programme for the Dynamic New Athletics (DNA) event at the Minsk 2019 European Games, as organisers confirmed the 24 participating countries.