Mongolian National Olympic Committee (MNOC) President Naidan Tuvshinbayar provided an update on the country’s planning for upcoming Olympic Games to President Khaltmaagiin Battulga.
Denmark’s Jakob Fuglsang has expressed an aim to end his career at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.
The Football Association (FA) is to "consider next steps" for the British Olympic women's football team in March after Phil Neville's departure to Inter Miami left the managerial role vacant.
David Owen: Faster, higher, stronger… nimbler? Why a policy of maximum flexibility on timing might be Tokyo 2020’s last hope
We are entering a new phase of humanity’s COVID fight.
The Japan Sambo Championships and Russian President's Cup have been postponed until July 25, when the Olympics are due to be underway, because of coronavirus concerns.
By the stretch of anyone’s imagination, Donald Trump, soon to be the ex-President of the United States, could not be called a good sport. His hysterical reaction to being kicked into touch by Democrat Joe Biden is a sure indication that he has patented the art of being a sore loser.
The new Korea Baseball Organization (KBO) commissioner has vowed to work to help South Korea's efforts to win a gold medal in the sport at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
David Owen: Some will be glad to see the back of him, but value of the Canadian Pound will remain high for a good while yet
Nine VIPs - go on, count them - appended comments to a World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) media release headlined, "Tributes pour in for retiring WADA Board member and founding President Richard Pound".
All roads will hopefully lead to Tokyo in 2021, but there is another important Olympic destination this year.
The construction of the Media Village for the Paris 2024 Olympics and Paralympics could be delayed by a legal challenge by groups opposed to the sale of part of the land required.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has said he would "like to live to see Hungary hosting the Olympics".
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga is poised to make a decision on whether or not to implement a new state of emergency in Tokyo on Thursday (January 7), as calls for him to take action against rising coronavirus infection rates grow.
It was pointed out by our editor Duncan Mackay that yesterday marked the anniversary that I joined insidethegames back in 2015, alongside my colleague Liam Morgan.
Tokyo and three neighbouring prefectures have asked the Japanese Government to declare a state of emergency as coronavirus cases escalate in the Olympic and Paralympic host city.