Russian Federal investigators have made a request the United States to allow them to question Grigory Rodchenkov as part of a criminal case opened against the former Moscow Laboratory chief, who has made allegations of state-sponsored doping surrounding the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games.
Dutee Chand has become the first Indian women’s 100 metres runner to qualify for the Olympic Games since Moscow 1980.
Gold Coast 2018 are considering handing unemployed people roles at the Commonwealth Games as part of a similar scheme used when Sydney hosted the Olympics in 2000.
Thermal cameras expected to be used at Tour de France as additional detection method for technological doping
Thermal cameras are set to be used at this year’s Tour de France as the International Cycling Union (UCI) revealed that additional methods would be utilised to combat the threat of technological doping.
Tokyo 2020 launch live site programme to allow public to celebrate Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games
Tokyo 2020 have unveiled a live site programme entitled Rio to Tokyo which will take place across Japan during the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games to allow the public to celebrate.
Nominations are being accepted by the European Olympic Committees (EOC) for the sixth edition of the Piotr Nurowski Prize.
Brazil’s reigning world champion Silvania Costa underlined her form ahead of Rio 2016 by breaking the women's long jump T11 world record at the Caixa Loterias Athletics and Swimming Championship in São Paulo.
Examinations to become a qualified International Skating Union (ISU) singles, pairs and ice dancing judge are due to be held in Oberstdorf, Germany in September, it has been announced.
A short film produced for the Rio 2016 involving an Amputee sprinter, blind judoka and powerlifter with dwarfism has received two awards at the Cannes Film Festival.
Rio Mayor Eduardo Paes has belatedly delivered the Olympic Velodrome to Rio 2016 chief Carlos Nuzman, although work on the facility remains ongoing ahead of the Olympic Games.
A coastal bike route close to the Olympic Park in Barra de Tijuca is still due to open in time for Rio 2016 despite the partial collapse which caused two deaths earlier this year.
United States' women's swimming coach David Marsh has described doping as the "biggest threat" to Americans hoping to win medals in the pool at Rio 2016.
Spanish basketball star Gasol confirms Rio 2016 participation as Jamaican sprinter reveals he has Zika
Spanish basketball star Pau Gasol has confirmed he will represent his country at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games despite initially admitting he was considering withdrawing from the event due to fears over the Zika virus.
British world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury has denied claims of taking performance enhancing drugs after it was claimed the boxer was being investigated by UK Anti-Doping (UKAD).
Ousted Argentine Football Association President attacks FIFA for taking over crisis-hit organisation
Argentine Football Association (AFA) President Luis Segura has launched a scathing attack on FIFA after world football’s governing body removed him from his position and established a Normalisation Committee to run the scandal-hit organisation.