Campaigning Paris politicians have weighed in to support French hoteliers who reacted angrily this week to the International Olympic Committee (IOC)’s new $500 million (£386 million/€452 million) worldwide sponsorship deal with United States tech company Airbnb.
Scoring will be displayed publicly at the end of each round during next year's Olympic Games boxing tournament in Tokyo, it was revealed today.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has welcomed Airbnb as a new worldwide Paralympic partner in a nine-year, five-Games deal, officially launched with the International Olympic Committee (IOC) yesterday.
French energy giant EDF has been unveiled as the second "Premium Partner" of the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The Finnish Olympic Committee is hosting International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach as part of its New Leaders Sports Leadership Programme.
Prominent sports lawyer François Carrard has been drafted in to help devise changes to the International Boxing Association's (AIBA) statutes as part of the latest attempt to improve the embattled body's governance.
Airbnb has been officially unveiled as a new multi-million-dollar global sponsor of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) by President Thomas Bach at a press conference here today.
Irish hockey captain David Harte has emerged as the latest candidate for election to the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Athletes' Commission at Tokyo 2020.
A group of high-profile British athletes have threatened legal action against the British Olympic Association (BOA) in an attempt to force the organisation to relax its "unjust and unfair" sponsorship regulations.
It has been a week of memorable commemorations at football matches and in other sporting arenas.
Airbnb is set to be officially unveiled as a new multi-million-dollar global sponsor of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) next week.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach inaugurated the new headquarters of the Association of National Olympic Committees of Africa (ANOCA) at a ceremony in Abuja today.
Exclusive: IOC accused of "hypocrisy" after moving marathon and race walks but staging other events in Tokyo
A contender for an Olympic medal in the race walks next year has claimed the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has moved his event and the marathon from Tokyo to Sapporo to try to protect itself, not because they are concerned about the health of the athletes.
Let’s call a spade a spade, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) does not care about "athlete welfare". While there are enough examples of this to fill a book many volumes over, let’s look at just a couple of examples from the last few months in Tokyo.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has awarded the Japan Consortium (JC) the Olympic Games broadcast rights in the country from 2026 to 2032.