Olympic bronze medallist Isabel Swan has been appointed as head of the newly created women’s sports department at the Brazilian Olympic Committee (COB), it has been announced.
The Brazilian Olympic Committee (COB) has taken part in a blood drive, with Olympic champions among those donating and encouraging others to follow suit.
Brazil takes up IOC offer and will immunise all Tokyo 2020 athletes, officials and media against COVID-19
The Brazilian Olympic Committee (COB) will begin immunising all its Tokyo 2020 athletes. officials and participating media against COVID-19 from May 14 having taken up the offer of vaccine from the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
The Brazilian Olympic Committee (COB) has now sent the last of 20 containers of sports equipment and COVID-19 protection materials, totalling more than 20 tonnes in weight, to Japan ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Games' scheduled opening on July 23.
The Brazilian Olympic Committee (COB) has launched mandatory anti-racism training for all athletes, coaches, doctors, nutritionists, officials and other members of its team that is set to travel to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
The Brazilian Olympic Committee (COB) has launched the Abuse and Harassment Out of Play course, a prevention scheme for young athletes to safeguard them against misconduct in sport.
Mobile operator TIM has signed a sponsorship agreement with the Brazilian Olympic Committee (COB) until the end of the year that will support Team Brazil’s preparation for and participation in the Tokyo 2020 Games.
The Brazilian Olympic Committee (COB) budget for 2021 has been approved, with a record 87 per cent of the funds due to be spent directly on sporting activities.
The Brazilian Olympic Committee (COB) has announced the 25 members of the COB Athletes' Commission (CACOB) that will represent the nation's athletes for the Paris 2024 Olympics cycle.
Paulo Wanderley has been re-elected as Brazilian Olympic Committee (COB) President on a four-year term after overcoming the challenge of two rivals for the post.
Brazil to parade in flip-flops during Tokyo 2020 Opening Ceremony after COB signs deal with Havaianas
The Brazilian team will parade in flip-flops during the Opening Ceremony of Tokyo 2020 after the country's National Olympic Committee signed a contract with Havaianas.
The Brazilian Olympic Committee (COB) has pushed back the planned return date of its judoka who are training in Portugal by a month.
The Brazilian Olympic Committee (COB) has started a new anti-racism initiative in a bid to create further equality in sport.
The Brazilian Olympic Committee (COB) reopened the Team Brazil Training Center following the coronavirus pandemic.
The Brazilian Olympic Committee (COB) has become the first National Olympic Committee (NOC) of the Americas to sign the Sports for Climate Action Framework of the United Nations (UN).