A Brazilian construction worker has reportedly died following an accident during the disassembly of a Rio 2016 Olympic venue.
Children’s rights organisation Terre des Hommes have claimed the Rio 2016 Olympic Games had a "devastating impact" on thousands of young people.
Olympic Council of Ireland (OCI) Executive Committee member John Delaney has distanced himself from the ticketing scandal which engulfed the nation at last month’s Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, stressing he had "no knowledge of or involvement in anything to do with tickets for the Rio Games".
Celebratory events marking the achievements of British Olympians and Paralympians at Rio 2016 will be held in Manchester and London on October 17 and 18 respectively, it has been announced.
A Brazilian judge has accepted indictments against eight men who are accused of plotting terrorist attacks at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
A court in Brazil has blocked the assets of Olympic Broadcasting Services (OBS) following Rio 2016, it has been reported.
Rio 2016 chief executive Sidney Levy claimed here today that public contributions will only amount to one per cent of the budget for the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Exclusive: IOC did nothing wrong when discussing with Hickey THG Sports being appointed sub-agent for Rio 2016 tickets, they claim
Senior International Olympic Committee (IOC) officials did nothing wrong when discussing with Patrick Hickey the possibility of giving THG Sports a role in selling tickets for Rio 2016, it was claimed today.
E-mails released by police in Brazil allegedly show that Patrick Hickey spoke to senior International Olympic Committee (IOC) officials about an “agreement” on Ireland’s ticketing arrangements at Rio 2016.
A judge in Brazil has reportedly accepted charges against Olympic Council of Ireland (OCI) President Patrick Hickey over the alleged ticketing scandal at Rio 2016.
Exclusive: Bach not approached by Brazilian police to give evidence in Rio 2016 ticket investigation, claim IOC
Thomas Bach has not been approached by the police in Brazil to give evidence in their investigation into alleged ticket touting at Rio 2016, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) claimed today.
Rio 2016 ticket probe widened as Brazilian police name new suspect and claim Cartan Tours also did business with THG Sports
Brazilian police investigating ticketing touting at last month's Olympic Games here widened their search today when they named the Olympic Council of Ireland (OCI) sports director Martin Burke as a new suspect and claimed that they needed to speak to International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach.
Police in Brazil have reportedly named International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach as a witness as part of their investigation into ticket allegations surrounding Irishman Patrick Hickey.
Patrick Hickey has been formally charged in connection with an alleged ticketing scandal involving Ireland at last month's Olympic Games here.
Patrick Hickey is due to be questioned again by Brazilian police tomorrow as part of the investigation into an alleged ticketing scandal involving Ireland at last month's Olympic Games here.