International Cycling Union (UCI) President Brian Cookson has said that the governing body remains “extremely concerned” about delays to the construction of the Rio 2016 velodrome.
Coates admits concern over Tokyo 2020 payment but says "no reason" to doubt explanations of Japanese NOC
Allegations Tokyo 2020 made a corrupt payment to Singapore-based firm Black Tidings are a “concern”, International Olympic Committee (IOC) vice-president John Coates has admitted, but he stressed he has “no reason” to doubt the reasons given for the controversial transaction.
Federal investigators in Brazil have expanded their probe into whether construction projects associated with the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympics were tarnished by corruption by including all the Games venues in their inquiries.
World Sailing say they are encouraged by improving water quality at Guanabara Bay in Rio de Janeiro - where Olympic and Paralympic action will take place this year.
Global hospitality group AccorHotels have been announced as the 11th sponsor of Paris’ bid for the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The Olympic Partner (TOP) sponsors are among the worst affected by the Zika virus and a “relative decline of the Olympic brand”, a study sent to insidethegames by the Global Language Monitor (GLM) has revealed.
Former world heavyweight champion Mike Tyson has branded the idea of professional boxers competing at the Olympic Games as "ridiculous" and "foolish", claiming they would lose against amateurs.
Rome 2024 has bolstered its communications department with the appointment of Isabelle Harvie-Watt as the Bid Committee’s strategic director.
Kasper expects FIS to face challenges in next two years but targets World Championships in flagship locations
International Ski Federation (FIS) President Gian Franco Kasper believes the governing body will face challenges in the next two years but is looking forward to having World Championships in “flagship locations”.
Cambodia, Haiti, Honduras and Palau are set to be represented in wrestling competition at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games after being awarded universality places.
A “Judo Educational Journey” through various regions in Australia is the main topic covered in the fifth instalment of the "Judo for the World" video series.
World number one Novak Djokovic of Serbia and Spain’s Rafael Nadal breezed into the third round of the French Open after recording straight sets victories today at Roland Garros.
Valeriy Medvedtsev has been appointed as women's head coach by the Russian Biathlon Union, replacing Sergei Konovalov.
Bobsleigh legend Meinhard Nehmer has become the first sliding athlete to be entered into the German Sport Hall of Fame.