By Duncan Mackay, Nick Butler, Liam Morgan and Philip Barker in Lillehammer
Exclusive: ISU Presidential candidate Gailhaguet admits he is "not a saint" but thinks deserves second chance
France's Didier Gailhaguet has claimed the sport should him a chance to give replace Ottavio Cinquanta as President of the International Skating Union (ISU), despite having served a ban following one of the biggest judging scandals in Olympic history.
International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) President Sebastian Coe has held his first meeting with Dmitry Shlyakhtin, new head of the All-Russia Athletics Federation (ARAF).
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff and Rio de Janeiro Mayor Eduardo Paes have claimed that the current outbreak of the Zika virus will not affect this year's Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Sepp Blatter and Michel Platini's appeals against their eight-year bans from football will be heard this week.
A multi-million dollar expansion of Gold Coast Airport has been approved by the Australian Government to help cope with the extra traffic expected to travel there for the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
An Evaluation Committee from the International University Sports Federation (FISU) has concluded a three-day visit Lucerne, which is bidding to host to 2021 Winter Universiade.
A process to select new projects to fund through the International Olympic Committee's (IOC) anti-doping research programme has begun, with applications to officially open on March 1.
Football superstar Neymar is to front a soon-to-be-launched Rio 2016 project which will encourage participants to create their own charm bracelet, or fita as they’re known in Brazil, holding their "dreams and goals".
A series of 12 measures have been agreed by the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) and the Emirates Equestrian Federation (EEF) which aim to tackle problems in endurance racing in the country and allow events to continue.
Sweden's membership of the The European Taekwondo Union (ETU) has been revoked with immediate effect, it has been confirmed.
As locals fished on the ice of the frozen Fjord nearby, the South Koreans enjoyed a first bumper harvest inside the Olympic Cavern Hall here as they claimed gold medals in both men’s and women’s 1,000 metres events here today.
River Radamus of the United States asserted his Alpine skiing dominance once again as he added the combined title to his super-G crown to secure his second gold medal at the Winter Youth Olympic Games here today.
A first British Winter Youth Olympic gold was the only blip on a day of American halfpipe dominance at Lillehammer 2016, with the Stars and Stripes flag raised after three of the four freestyle skiing and snowboarding events.
France's Emilien Claude broke Norwegian hearts to claim the Winter Youth Olympic Games gold medal in the men's biathlon 7.5 kilometres sprint biathlon on a bitterly cold day here today.