A judge in Rio de Janeiro has rejected claims of "irregularities"brought by a lawyer in the case of Kevin Mallon, an Irish employee of THG Sports, the British company at the centre of claims that tickets were sold on the black market and who faces charges including ambush marketing, ticket touting, tax evasion, criminal association, and larceny.
A Brazilian court has ordered that Carlos Nuzman be conditionally released from jail two days after he was officially charged with corruption, tax evasion, money laundering and running a criminal organisation.
Carlos Nuzman's deputy Edson Menezes has been appointed as the Interim President of Rio 2016 and will hold the position for at least 180 days while a decision is taken about what to do next.
Tokyo 2020 has put forward three mascot designs to the next stage of the selection process following a meeting of the review panel in the Japanese capital.
Nuzman officially charged by Brazilian prosecutors over allegations he bribed IOC members during Rio 2016 bid
Rio 2016 President Carlos Nuzman has been officially charged today by the Federal Public Prosecutor's Office (MPF) with corruption, tax evasion, money laundering and running a criminal organisation.
Tokyo 2020 reveals participants of Plaza construction programme as latest images of Olympic Stadium are revealed
The Organising Committee of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games have revealed details of the 62 municipalities across Japan which have volunteered to participate in its Operation "BATON" sustainability programme.
Los Angeles 2028 has received official support from the State with California Governor Edmund G Brown officially signing a measure providing financial guarantees in Sacramento.
A flame from the 1964 Tokyo Olympic Torch which was supposed to be kept alight eternally went out in 2013, it emerged today.
Rio 2016 general director Leonardo Gryner has been released from prison after a judge in Brazil revoked his temporary arrest.
A Japan Sport Council (JSC) official has vowed to work with the constructors of the Olympic Stadium for Tokyo 2020 to prevent any further deaths by overwork.
Carlos Nuzman has failed in a bid to be released from prison and will remain behind bars in Brazil.
It looks like Paris 2024 is going to come under pressure to justify every centime of spending, with the future pay of its top officials succeeding the cost of last month’s trip to Lima as a subject of fascination in the French media.
Labour standards authorities in Japan have reportedly ruled that a 23-year-old who committed suicide after working on the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Stadium construction site was affected by long-working hours.
A petition calling for the new Paris 2024 aquatics stadium to be named after Camille Muffat, the London Olympic 400 metres freestyle champion who tragically died in a helicopter accident less than three years later, has already gained over 10,000 signatures.
Carlos Nuzman is to remain imprisoned in Brazil indefinitely after a judge's order changed his status from temporary detention to preventative detention to stop possible interference in the investigation.