Former Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) chief executive Fiona de Jong is reportedly in dispute with the organisation after making a complaint against one of its key staff members.
Oceania National Olympic Committees (ONOC) President Robin Mitchell is poised to be re-elected for a further four-year term as the Fijian will stand unopposed at the General Assembly here on April 1.
Los Angeles 2024 vice-chair Candace Cable has taken part in Abilities Expo in a bid to raise awareness for accessibility and reaffirm the bid's commitment to delivering the "most inclusive Games in history".
Businessman Vladimir Dmitriev has been elected as the first Russian President of Tennis Europe after winning a four-horse race in Sochi.
An Olympic Solidarity Forum has begun a week of meetings due to conclude with the Oceania National Olympic Committees (ONOC) General Assembly here on Saturday (April 1).
Weightlifter Óscar Figueroa has reflected on his journey to gold at Rio 2016 in the latest episode of the Olympic Channel original series Against All Odds.
Serbian football club Partizan Belgrade have had their ban from UEFA competition over unpaid debts lifted by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).
The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has launched a free Rules of Hockey smartphone application.
World Chess Federation (FIDE) President Kirsan Ilyumzhinov has denied a report by his own organisation that he has resigned from his position.
Patrick Nally has been re-elected as President of the International Federation of Poker (IFP) as the organisation became an official signatory of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Code in London.
Paris 2024 claim to have become the first ever Olympic and Paralympic Bid Committee to receive an internationally recognised sustainability award.
At least three people have reportedly been ejected from a park in Tokyo today after they attempted to protest against construction projects as the city prepares for the 2020 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Los Angeles 2024 chairman Casey Wasserman stars in the first episode of a new video series which promises to show "What’s Not in the Bid Book".
Christchurch would be capable of hosting the Commonwealth Games if the event was "drastically reduced in size", a leading official from New Zealand has claimed.
European Shooting Confederation (ESC) President Vladimir Lisin has said those against changes to the sport's new Olympic programme should withdraw their opposition.