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.
Former 1,500 metres world record holder Filbert Bayi, secretary general of the Tanzania Olympic Committee (TOC), has called upon sports associations in the country to make sure they have coaches capable of finding and developing new talents.
Tygart accuses Bach of "throwing in the towel" on doping and says RUSADA reinstatement would be "devastating blow"
Travis Tygart, the chief executive of the United States Anti-Doping Agency, has accused International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach of "throwing in the towel" after he conceded that sport's battle against drugs cannot be won.
WADA Presidential candidate Helleland claims: “if our views are a nightmare then we know why we have to fight”
Norwegian politician Linda Helleland, set to stand next year to replace Sir Craig Reedie as President of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), has criticised the conflicts of interest that she claims are hampering the fight on doping.
The hearing convened in Washington D.C yesterday by the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe - aka the Helsinki Commission - into the effects of doping in international sport may not have produced any startling new facts. But it very definitely generated a concerted challenge to those who feel that criminalising doping is not the way forward.
I’d never met Janet Evans before, although I remembered her from that unsettling footage taken during the 1996 Atlanta Games, when, while being interviewed by German television, she was horribly startled by the nearby explosion of the bomb that directly killed one person and injured over a hundred others.
Morghan King of the United States and Oscar Albeiro Figueroa Mosquera of Colombia have been named as Athlete Role Models (ARMs) for this year's Summer Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires.
Decision makers from more than 30 governing bodies met at the third International Federations Gender Equality in Leadership Forum.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach has arrived in Pyongyang for a historic visit to North Korea.
Rohan Fernando, the President of the Amateur Rowing Association of Sri Lanka, has been defeated by Suresh Subramariam in the Sri Lankan National Olympic Committee Presidential elections.