The new headquarters of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Olympic House in Lausanne, Switzerland, is one of the most sustainable buildings in the world, according to the US Green Building Council (USGBC).
On May 31, 1969, John Lennon and Yoko Ono were entering the final stages of their week-long bed-in for peace at a Montreal hotel. The Vietnam war was raging on. The Apollo 10 astronauts had recently splashed down in the Pacific having successfully completed the mission that would pave the way for the “one small step for man” moon landing on July 20.
Exclusive: Pound set to miss his first Foundation Board meeting almost 20 years after WADA was established
Richard Pound will this week miss his first meeting of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Foundation Board almost two decades after the organisation was established.
New analysis by sports marketing agency Two Circles suggests that spending on sports sponsorship will reach almost £48 billion ($63 billion/€56 billion) by 2024, an increase of £19 billion ($25 billion/€22 billion) in the space of a decade.
When I read recently that England are the undisputed world champions at cheerleading, an activity that is seeking Olympic status (tell me one that isn’t) my immediate thought was that those ultra-jingoist upschoolers in the BBC and Sky commentary boxes, notably when covering athletics, winter sports and boxing, might be getting a crack at the podium themselves.
Sambo received guidance over its Olympic future during this month’s International Athletes' Forum organised by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in Lausanne.
The latest International Olympic Committee (IOC) Athletes' Forum held in Lausanne this past week was claimed to be the biggest ever with some 350 participants drawn from across the world of sport.
Olympism revived: it is exactly 100 years since a sparsely-attended IOC Session in Switzerland signified that the Movement had survived the Great War
One hundred years ago, on April 5, 1919, Olympism was revived after one of the darkest episodes in European history.
PSA and WSF write joint statement to IOC seeking clarification on Paris 2024 Olympic Games selection process
The Professional Squash Association (PSA) and World Squash Federation (WSF) have written a joint statement to the International Olympic Committee (IOC), seeking clarification on the selection process for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.
Australian sport injury researchers have been congratulated by the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) after receiving recognition and funding from the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
Russian biathlete Shipulin to retire after Pyeongchang 2018 drugs ban and Austrian police investigation
Russian biathlete Anton Shipulin, who was banned from the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics for his alleged role in Russia's state-sponsored doping programme and is currently under investigation by the Austrian police, has announced his retirement.
Alexander Zubkov, re-elected President of the Russian Bobsleigh Federation (RBF) earlier this year despite having been stripped of two Olympic gold medals from Sochi 2014 on doping grounds, has been provisionally suspended by the International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation (IBSF).
The Brazilian Olympic Committee (COB) is planning to move its headquarters to reduce costs as it works within what its new President Paulo Wanderley Teixeira described as "the new reality of Brazilian sport".
Konakbayev launches manifesto for AIBA Presidency as CAS reject Kazakhstan Boxing Federation bid to delay election
Serik Konakbayev, who is seeking nomination to contest the Presidency of the International Boxing Association (AIBA), has officially launched his campaign manifesto to Make Boxing Great Again.
The chief executive of the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) Travis Tygart has released a scathing statement attacking the International Olympic Committee (IOC) for their "silence" in response to Beckie Scott's allegations of bullying.