Cambodia's Rio 2016 bound athletes have been bid farewell by the country's Prime Minister Hun Sen.
A three-person International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board panel has been selected today to make final decisions on the eligibility of all Russian athletes competing at Rio 2016.
Federal and State police will take over security duties outside venues for the Olympic Games here after the Ministry of Justice sacked a private firm contracted to run the screening process for "incompetence and irresponsibility".
More protests are expected to take place here ahead of the Opening Ceremony of Rio 2016 as demonstrators protest against the spending required to host the Olympic Games.
A main ramp allowing boats to access water at the Marina de Gloria sailing venue has collapsed today amid strong waves in the latest indication of poor construction work for the Olympic and Paralympic Games here.
A petition set up on the change.org website in a bid to persuade the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to reverse its decision not to allow whistleblower Yuliya Stepanova to compete at Rio 2016 has attracted over 50,000 signatures less than three days after being launched.
Russian swimmers become first athletes to file appeals with Court of Arbitration for Sport at Rio 2016
Russian swimmers Nikita Lobintsev and Vladimir Morozov today became the first athletes to register cases with the Court of Arbitration for Sport since it established an ad hoc Division for the Olympic Games here, it was announced.
Russia is to appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) against the decision by the International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) to ban its entire team for the Olympic Games here.
Study calls Olympic TOP Sponsors into question as ambush marketers continue to make mark ahead of Rio 2016
Ambush marketers occupy nine of the top 15 spots in the Global Language Monitor’s (GLM) pre-Rio 2016 Brand Affiliation Index (BAI), raising questions about some of the Olympic Games’ most prized TOP sponsors.
Former Guatemalan Football Federation (GFF) President Brayan Jimenez is facing a lengthy period behind bars after he pleaded guilty to racketeering and wire fraud in connection with the ongoing investigation into corruption within the sport.
Forget the snakes, monkeys and caimans, it is the owls you need to watch, golfers at Rio 2016 warned
Ground-nesting owls have been highlighted as the biggest risk to players on the course hosting the first Olympic golf tournament for 112 years and which has been likened to a "nature trail".
The International Ski Mountaineering Federation (ISMF) is to be proposed for full recognition by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) at its Session here next week.
Telecommunications company Telstra have won their Federal Court appeal against the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) over an "I go to Rio" marketing campaign.
François Hollande, the French President, is expected to meet his International Olympic Committee (IOC) counterpart Thomas Bach on the morning of the Olympic Games Opening Ceremony here next Friday (August 5).
A bridge to coincide with the 2022 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games in Beijing is to be designed by Chinese-Austrian architect Penda and British consulting engineer Arup.