Refugee Olympic Team (EOR) Chef de Mission Tegla Loroupe could miss the chance to lead the squad at the delayed Olympic Games here as she is still in Doha after testing positive for COVID-19.
The Refugee Olympic Team has completed a two-day training camp in Qatar as they prepare to fly out to compete at Tokyo 2020 here.
A member of the first Refugee Olympic Team at Rio 2016 has spoken of how being part of the team helped give him direction and establish a new life in Europe.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach lent his support to a member of the Refugee Olympic Team (EOR) during the Swiss national cycling time trials in Lausanne.
Olympic gold medallist Juan Carlos Holgado has been chosen to lead the Make a Mark refugee archery programme for Paris 2024 - a scheme its founder, three-time Olympic champion Niccolo Campriani, says has given "added value" to his medals.
Earlier this week in Lausanne, International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach announced the names of the 29 athletes who will compete in Tokyo on the Refugee Olympic Team.
World Taekwondo President Chungwon Choue said the organisation was "extremely proud" after three athletes from the sport were named in the Refugee Olympic Team for Tokyo 2020.
Refugee Olympic Team announcement for Tokyo 2020 to be highlight of IOC Executive Board meeting first day
The announcement of an expanded Refugee Olympic Team for Tokyo 2020 will be the highlight of the opening day of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board meeting tomorrow.
Barring another downwards spiral in world affairs, I would be surprised if any major winter sports nation proceeds with a full-scale boycott of Beijing 2022.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) plans to announce the Refugee Olympic Team for Tokyo 2020 in June, with 55 athletes seeking to compete at the Games.
Athleten Deutschland has called for International Federations (IFs) to have harmonised regulations regarding the nomination of athletes to the Refugee Olympic Team, following the case of canoeist Saeid Fazloula.
Syria’s Sanda Aldass has expressed her aim of competing as part of the Refugee Olympic Team at Tokyo 2020 having fled civil war.
Refugee Olympic Team Chef de Mission Tegla Loroupe has claimed the standard has been raised for the team prior to its second Olympic Games at Tokyo 2020.
The United States and France will be the last two countries to march in the parade of nations before Japan at Tokyo 2020 after the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board approved changes to the running order at future Opening Ceremonies.
New Zealand swimmer Eyad Masoud has been awarded an International Olympic Committee (IOC) Refugee Athlete Scholarship, moving him one step closer to his dream of competing at Tokyo 2020.