Today, the entire world had its eyes turned towards Pyeongchang. Everyone watched the splendid pageant of the 2018 Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony with excitement and emotion.
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We are at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, in the aftermath of the men's 200 metres final. Mayhem.
I can empathise with the enthusiasm emanating from colleagues attending this week’s International Olympic Committee (IOC) Session at Pyeongchang.
He flew through the air with the greatest of unease, that daring young man unsteady on skis...
I felt a sense of déjà vu yesterday when attending a pre-Pyeongchang 2018 press conference with International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach.
A delegation from Vatican City are attending the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Session for the first time this week.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has gone through a tumultuous period where their actions have been criticised far more than they have been commended.
Gary Oldman's portrayal of British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill in Darkest Hour has earned him an Oscar nomination.
Publicity is ramping up for the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Indoor Championships in Birmingham, which are exactly four weeks away.
As colleagues and friends will tell you, I always try to maintain a cheery disposition.
Remember Joyce McKinney, the American Mormon beauty queen at the centre of a sex scandal back in the 1970s, who said she would be prepared to ski naked down Everest with a rose between her teeth to please her lover?
I had a brief foray across the world to snowy Wuxi in China over the weekend to cover the final leg of World Taekwondo's flagship new Grand Slam Champions Series, a form of Asian aperitif before next week's Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang.
Michael Pavitt: AIBA find themselves back on the ropes after failing to box clever with Rakhimov appointment
The declining influence of C K Wu was highlighted in full last week, with the Taiwanese official’s replacement as the Association of Summer Olympic Committees (ASOIF) representative on the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board revealed.
Followers of bidding processes for major events will no doubt be feeling a sense of déjà vu when perusing over the latest developments in the race for the 2026 FIFA World Cup.
Brian Oliver: When doping pays - only one winner in complex case of Ilya Ilyin, the "Lance Armstrong of weightlifting"
The appalling abuse of American Olympic gymnasts, North Korea's Winter Olympic participation and Russian dopers have all been making the headlines this week.