Belarusian groups in Switzerland are to hold a "Sport stands with Belarus" protest march in the Olympic Capital of Lausanne this Friday (October 23).
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Reports from the Czech Republic say the condition of legendary footballer Antonín Panenka has improved after he was rushed to hospital with COVID-19 earlier this week.
Fifty-six years ago today, at precisely 3.03pm local time, 19-year-old Yoshinori Sakai ignited a giant Cauldron with his Torch to set in motion the 1964 Tokyo Olympic Games.
Cathy Freeman’s gold medal winning 400m race at the Sydney 2000 Olympics has become the first Australian sporting moment to be preserved using "Synthetic DNA" technology in what a leading official has described as a "Space Odyssey."
The ashes of 1952 Olympic javelin champion Dana Zátopková have been laid to rest alongside her husband Emil Zátopek at a folk park close to St Anne’s Church in Czech town Rožnov pod Radhoštěm.
Rugby sevens gold medallist Chloe Dalton has revealed that the victorious Australian team gathered for a special meal on the day they were to have competed in Tokyo this summer.
The Australian Olympic Committee has recognised 810 teenagers as "Olympic Change-Makers".
Canoeing Olympians past and present gathered at the Penrith Whitewater Stadium today to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Sydney 2000.
The only athlete with a speaking part at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Opening Ceremony has revealed how she was more concerned about her team-mates in the crowd than the television audience of billions.
Andrew Gaze, Australia's flag bearer at Sydney 2000, has insisted the world "needs the Olympics" in Tokyo next year.
Olympic champion Cathy Freeman sent a video message as Olympic personalities gathered to relight the cauldron in commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the Opening Ceremony of the Sydney 2000 Games.
Belarusian Olympic medallists sign open letter calling for country's Presidential election results to be invalidated
More than 100 sporting personalities from Belarus, including Olympic medallists, have signed an open letter calling for the results of last week’s controversial Presidential election, which Alexander Lukashenko claimed he won, to be invalidated.
The Hellenic Olympic Committee (HOC) has today announced the passing of Tassos Papachristou, who headed their media operations for 20 years.
Zimbabwe’s 1980 gold medal-winning hockey captain Ann Grant has revealed how a journal written by team members 40 years ago has helped them celebrate the anniversary of their victory despite coronavirus-related restrictions on physical gatherings preventing a reunion.