Rio 2016 President Carlos Nuzman will not be able to travel to Lima for the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Session next week after he gave up three passports to Brazilian authorities following a police search of his house yesterday.
A date of November 29 has been set for the start of the trial of Patrick Hickey after he was charged with a series of offences linked to the illegal distribution of tickets for last year's Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Brazilian Federal police working alongside French investigators have searched the house of Carlos Nuzman today as part of an investigation into the bidding process for the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games awarded to Rio de Janeiro.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) member Luis Alberto Moreno has claimed Rio de Janeiro is "better off" after hosting the 2016 Olympic Games, despite the ongoing political and economic problems in Brazil.
Brazilian police investigate whether "ghost athletes" set-up to divert funds from Olympic support programme
Federal investigators in Brazil are investigating possible corruption surrounding the Bolsa Atleta Athlete Scholarship programme designed to support aspiring Olympians and Paralympians.
The Rio 2016 Animal Management Service - a unique project to protect critters found in the vicinity of the Olympic and Paralympic host city’s venues and keep them out of harm’s way - has wound down its work.
Patrick Hickey has criticised Justice Cearbhall Moran's report into the Olympic Council of Ireland's (OCI) ticket controversy at Rio 2016 as the document cleared him of any criminal wrongdoing.
Attempts by Rio 2016 organisers to convince all three levels of Brazilian Government to provide financial support to tackle their remaining debts are still proving unsuccessful.
A court in Brazil has agreed to hear corruption charges related to the construction of the golf course built for the Olympic Games last year against former Rio de Janeiro Mayor Eduardo Paes.
Environmental groups have sailed across the Guanabara Bay venue used to host sailing competitions during last year's Olympic and Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro in order to protest an alleged failure in adequately treating water pollution in the city.
Rio de Janeiro's former head of infrastructure Alexandre Pinto has become the latest figure heavily involved in Olympic construction projects to be arrested as part of a corruption probe.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach has claimed that Brazil should be given more time to deliver the promised legacy benefits on the one year anniversary of the Opening Ceremony of Rio 2016.
Legal proceedings have been opened after a fire caused damage to the Rio 2016 Olympic velodrome.
Brazil's Minister of Sport Leonardo Picciani has confirmed a fire has damaged the Rio 2016 Olympic Velodrome.
Brazil to complete World Cup qualifying campaign without playing a match at troubled Maracanã Stadium
The iconic Maracanã Stadium will not be used for any of the nation's World Cup qualification matches after the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) opted to stage their clash with Chile in October in São Paulo.