Coordination Commission chairman John Coates has praised Tokyo 2020’s efforts to decrease costs, but stressed further reductions would benefit taxpayers and the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
Patrick Hickey has claimed Irish authorities "abandoned" him following his arrest at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro and threatened to take legal action against those who have said "many things" about him during his time in Brazil.
A site proposed by Tokyo 2020 for urban sports action at the Olympic Games has been given the approval of Coordination Commission chairman John Coates, the Australian suggesting the possibility of the public attempting the activities after competition.
Qatar 2022 have claimed Michael Garcia's report into potential wrongdoing in the 2018 and 2022 FIFA World Cup bid processes represents a "vindication of the integrity" of their successful campaign to host the tournament.
Gold Coast 2018 have unveiled the transport operations plan (TOP) for next year’s Commonwealth Games as they seek to keep the host city moving.
Christopher Samuda has been elected President of the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA) after narrowly defeating Vishwanauth Tolan in the vote.
More than 10,000 people have joined the volunteer programme of Los Angeles 2024 since its inception in February, the Bid Committee has announced.
Geneva has been chosen as the preferred host of the World Cup of Tennis finals, an event combining the showpiece ties in the Davis Cup and Fed Cup tournaments.
USA Gymnastics has approved a new Safe Sport Policy after accepting recommendations made in an independent review of the organisation's methods.
Portugal’s André Cardoso has been suspended by Trek-Segafredo after erythropoietin (EPO) was detected in an out-of-competition test.
Sir Andy Murray has been confirmed as the men’s singles top seed for this year’s Wimbledon Championships.
The Wanda Indoor Ski and Winter Sports Resort in the Chinese city of Harbin, featuring the world’s largest indoor ski slope, is set to open on Friday (June 30).
Great Britain’s Bianca Walkden successfully defended her World Taekwondo Championships title here on a day when Jeong Yun-Jo increased hosts South Korea’s gold medal tally for the event to four.
Hsu Ya Ching carried home hopes impressively on the second day of the Chinese Taipei Open as the women’s competition began at the Taipei Arena today.