Self-suspended former European Olympic Committees (EOC) President Patrick Hickey has accepted an invitation to attend this month's European Games in Minsk.
Olympic Federation of Ireland (OFI) officials have questioned a decision from the European Olympic Committees (EOC) to invite self-suspended former President Patrick Hickey to this month's European Games in Minsk.
The Olympic Federation of Ireland's (OFI) 2017 accounts have revealed legal fees of €349,138 (£300,000/$392,000) in relation to the Rio 2016 ticketing allegations which saw former President Patrick Hickey arrested.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) are hiring for the new role of "head of ticketing", claiming among other things, the successful candidate will need to "monitor the integrity" of ticketing systems implemented by organisers at future Games.
Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) Gunilla Lindberg has expressed confidence the organisation will recoup the loan they paid to its former vice-president Patrick Hickey.
Full funding amounting to €300,000 (£266,000/$356,000) has been restored to the Olympic Council of Ireland (OCI) by the country's Government, it has been announced.
Kocijančič elected permanent President of European Olympic Committees as Nygaard becomes vice-president
Janez Kocijančič has been elected permanent President of the European Olympic Committees (EOC) by acclamation to replace Patrick Hickey today.
Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) officials have admitted the loan they paid to its former vice-president Patrick Hickey last year to allow him to receive bail and return from Brazil may not be repaid.
A judge in Rio de Janeiro has rejected claims of "irregularities"brought by a lawyer in the case of Kevin Mallon, an Irish employee of THG Sports, the British company at the centre of claims that tickets were sold on the black market and who faces charges including ambush marketing, ticket touting, tax evasion, criminal association, and larceny.
A controversial nine-year ticketing deal between the Olympic Council of Ireland (OCI) and British firm THG has been terminated, it was announced today.
A new inquiry into the nine-year deal between the Olympic Council of Ireland (OCI) and British ticketing firm THG has been ruled out by the Irish Government.
Politicians in Ireland have been warned the controversial deal between the Olympic Council of Ireland (OCI) and British ticket promoters THG may have breached the country's laws.
Funding is to be restored to the Olympic Council of Ireland (OCI) for the first time since its then President Patrick Hickey was arrested at Rio 2016, it was revealed today.
Thomas Bach has claimed the credibility issues the International Olympic Committee (IOC) are currently facing are the fault of individual members and not the governing body itself as he defended the organisation's reputation here today.
Fiji's Robin Mitchell has confirmed his interest in replacing Patrick Hickey as a member of the International Olympic Committee's (IOC) ruling Executive Board.