Oceania National Olympic Committees (ONOC) are set to hear a proposal which could see them use training facilities in the Fukuoka Prefecture in the build-up to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Oceania National Olympic Committees (ONOC) executive director Dennis Miller believes Olympic Solidarity funding is crucial to helping to strengthen National Olympic Committees (NOCs) in the region.
Uganda has become the latest country to welcome the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Baton Relay as it continues to travel across Africa.
Gold Coast 2018 will celebrate the one year to go milestone for the Commonwealth Games with a beachside event on April 4.
National Olympic Committee of Kenya (NOCK) elections are due to take place on May 5 after a new constitution was finally passed at an Extraordinary General Assembly meeting today in Nairobi.
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 as the build-up to their Presidential election continues.
Great Britain’s most decorated female Olympian Dame Katherine Grainger has spoken of her frustration regarding the current doping issues shrouding sport and has said she personally does not know any athletes who would not back calls for a "more effective way" of attempting to tackle the problem.
Oceania National Olympic Committees (ONOC) President Robin Mitchell is poised to be re-elected for a further four-year term after it was confirmed the Fijian will stand unopposed at the General Assembly here on Saturday (April 1).
Toronto Mayor John Tory is advocating "great caution" against a bid for the 2022 Commonwealth Games as the Canadian city's ruling Council considers a possible attempt.
A new survey has claimed that 82 per cent of young people in France support Paris’ candidature for the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
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".
International Swimming Federation (FINA) executive director Cornel Mărculescu has led a Technical Committees visit to inspect preparations for the 2017 World Aquatics Championships in Hungarian capital Budapest.
Organisers of the Glasgow 2018 European Championships have received 2,150 applications to be part of the volunteer team in the first 24 hours of the recruitment campaign.
British Members of Parliament (MPs) believe "major questions" remain for Team Sky despite finally receiving responses from Richard Freeman, the doctor at the centre of the "mystery package" controversy engulfing the organisation.
Fourteen Democrat Senators have written to USA Hockey in an attempt to resolve the ongoing dispute with the national women's team.