The Rector Professor of the Russian International Olympic University (RIOU) has been made a member of the Club of the Rectors of Europe (CRE) at a ceremony in Oxford.
IOC claim "no reason" to doubt drug testing regime at Sochi 2014 despite Russian secret police monitoring lab
There is "no reason" to question the credibility of the anti-doping testing regime carried out at Sochi 2014, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has claimed following an emergency Executive Board meeting here today.
IPC vow to study WADA report as doubts cast over results at Sochi 2014 following claims of Russian Government interference
Findings published in the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Report will be taken "extremely seriously" by the International Paralympic Committee (IPC), who have pledged to study it in "great detail" to ascertain if results at Sochi 2014 were affected.
Organisers of the Russian Grand Prix, held at the Olympic Park built for Sochi 2014, have dismissed claims the company behind the event have gone bankrupt following reports in the Russian media.
Sochi 2014 made an operating profit of RUB3.25 billion (£34 million/$53 million/€47 million), the International Olympic Committee (IOC) have announced here.
Maria Komissarova, the Russian freestyle skier who broke her spine in a horrific training crash during the Sochi 2014 Olympic Games, is still vowing to walk again a year on from her life-changing incident.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has attended Winter Olympic Games anniversary celebrations in Sochi today, with International Olympic Committee (IOC) counterpart Thomas Bach claiming the success of the "Athletes' Games" is still being felt.
Former Sochi 2014 President and chief executive Dmitry Chernyshenko has been appointed as the new head of Gazprom-Media, Russia's largest media company, it has been announced.
The success of Sochi 2014 surpassed the expectations of even Russia, despite international attempts to sabotage it, claimed President Vladimir Putin today.
NBC was the big winner at this year's Olympic Golden Rings awards for outstanding broadcast coverage of Sochi 2014.
RIOU students hold debrief with F1 Sochi Grand Prix officials after taking part in observation programme
Students from the Russian International Olympic University (RIOU) who participated in an innovative observation programme at this year's inaugural Formula One Russian Grand Prix in Sochi, an important part of the city's Winter Olympic Games legacy, met with key officials from the Autodrom race circuit to engage in an official debrief last week.
Winter Olympic stars Aimee Fuller and Jamie Nicholls were joined by snowboarding hopefuls here today as the Go Ski Go Board ambassadors gave a taster session into a sport that has been rocking since Sochi 2014.
Oleg Shishov, a Russian businessman heavily involved the construction of facilities for the 2014 Winter Olympics and Paralympics in Sochi, has been detained on suspicion of deliberately withholding wages from employees amounting to RUB35,000 (£7,000/$11,500/€9,000).
Russian President Vladimir Putin was in Sochi to hand over the winning trophy to Lewis Hamilton after the Briton dominated from start to finish to claim victory in the inaugural Russian Grand Prix around the city's Olympic Park.
Lewis Hamilton has bagged pole position for the inaugural Russian Grand Prix around Sochi's Olympic Park, ahead of an expected visit by President Vladimir Putin.