American weightlifter Daniel Lehr has been banned for four years by the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA), despite claiming he unknowingly took the banned substances which led to him testing positive.
The Olympic Committee of Portugal (COP) has played host to a conference in Lisbon, where examples of good practices for refugee integration through sport were presented and discussed.
Muhammad eyes second European Taekwondo Championships title after being named in 15-strong GB Taekwondo squad
Lutalo Muhammad will bid to earn strike gold at the 2016 European Taekwondo Union (ETU) Championships for the second time in his career after being named in a 15-strong British squad.
More than 1,000 children were given the opportunity to try skiing and snowboarding as part of England’s inaugural National Schools Snowsport Week.
Only one Caribbean candidate is expected to be put forward in the election to select the new President of the Pan American Sports Organization (PASO), insidethegames understands, despite there currently being three contenders from the region.
World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) President Sir Craig Reedie President has insisted that the recent suspension of the accreditation of three laboratories will not affect the efficiency of their work in the build-up to this year's Olympic and Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
A specific clause prohibiting discrimination on the ground of sexual orientation is included within the new Pan American Sports Organization (PASO) Code of Ethics approved here during the body's Extraordinary General Assembly.
Sebastian Coe has responded to a question about Qatar’s continuing ambition to host the Olympics by insisting that it is important for the Olympic movement to follow through on its support for the globalisation of sport.
An internal struggle within the Organising Committee for Tonga 2019 could force the Pacific Games Council (PGC) to strip the nation of the event, they have been warned.
Australian golfer Marc Leishman has opted to withdraw from consideration for selection for this year's Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro due to fears over the Zika virus.
Former BOA chief executive allowed to carry on with legal action against Sun over phone hacking allegations
Former British Olympic Association (BOA) chief executive Simon Clegg has been given permission to carry on with a High Court action in London against The Sun over allegations of phone hacking after the newspaper failed to get the civil litigation thrown out at a pre-trial stage.
Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar has been named a goodwill ambassador of the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) for Rio 2016 amid the controversy surrounding Bollywood star Salman Khan’s appointment.
Former Pyeongchang 2018 President Cho Yang-ho is facing new controversy after pilots from Korean Air launched legal action against him for allegedly demeaning their work.
The World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) has opened its second pre-Olympic referee-coach joint training camp in Muju with President Chungwon Choue describing the inaugural edition ahead of London 2012 as "the secret to the success" of competition in Britain's capital.
Convicted drug dealer among three rugby union players given doping bans as number suspended in Britain rises to 25
Andrew Quarry, handed a suspended 12-month prison sentence for dealing anabolic steroids in 2013, is among three English rugby union players to have been given lengthy bans from the sport announced by UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) today.