The Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) is encouraging Australians to set personal goals to achieve by Olympic Day on June 23.
A CAD5 million (£2.9 million/$3.7 million/€3.3 million) investment into the return of high-performance sport in Canada has been announced by the Canadian Olympic Committee (COC), Canadian Paralympic Committee (CPC) and Own the Podium (OTP).
European Olympic Committee (EOC) President Janez Kocijančič has died aged 78 following a serious illness, it has been announced.
Ralph Johnson, the vice-president of the Barbados Olympic Association (BOA), has passed away aged 80 after serving on the country's Olympic Board for more than three decades.
The National Olympic Committee of Kosovo has begun a four-part international mental skills seminar with 40 elite athletes taking part over the video conference platform Zoom.
The Fiji Association of Sports and National Olympic Committee's (FASANOC) Voices of the Athletes (VOA) programme is set to take part in the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Stay Strong campaign.
The former head of the Burundi National Olympic Committee (BNOC), Evariste Ndayishimiye has been elected as the President of Burundi after winning the country's Presidential election.
The Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) hosted an online version of its Olympic Patrol project, which featured some of the country's Olympians talking to children and young people about the Olympic Movement and their own sporting careers.
The Tunisian Olympic Committee (CNOT) has undertaken a series of initiatives to help athletes during the coronavirus pandemic.
British Virgin Islands Olympic Committee "proud" after being given permission to use territorial song in place of national anthem at IOC events
The British Virgin Islands (BVI) have been granted permission to use their "territorial song" rather than their national anthem "God Save the Queen" at future Olympic Games, Youth Olympic Games and other events recognised by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
Russian Olympic Committee President describes WADA as "investigator, prosecutor and publisher" as RUSADA dispute intensifies
Russian Olympic Committee President Stanislav Pozdynakov has described the World Anti-Doping Agency as simultaneously acting as "investigator, prosecutor and publisher" against the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA).
The German Olympic Sports Confederation (DOSB) has warned that the financial damage to German sports organisations as a result of the coronavirus pandemic could run into the billions.
The Singapore Foundation-Peter Lim scholarship is celebrating its 10th year of funding promising athletes with more grants given to under 18s this year.
Athletes in Switzerland able to train again from June 6 as Federal Council announces easing of restrictions
Athletes in Switzerland will be able to resume training from June 6 after the country's Federal Council announced that restrictions to combat coronavirus will be "largely relaxed" from that date.
The Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) has acknowledged the work of its Olympians in their communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.