It is therapeutic every once in a while to study a reasoned award delivered by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS); in today’s "who-shouts-loudest" reality, it helps one to retain a sense of perspective and to recognise that there are - at least - two ways of interpreting almost any chain of events or circumstances.
Canada's Dylan Moscovitch has announced his retirement from figure skating at the age of 33 and hopes to pursue a career in acting, he has announced.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has confirmed that Russian bobsledder Maxim Belugin was banned following the retesting of his samples from Sochi 2014.
Russian exile who alleged corruption in Sochi 2014 venue construction process claims he has received death threats
Valery Morozov, who alleged corruption in connection with construction at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics, has claimed he has been sent death threats.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has revealed he had given orders for the shooting down of a passenger plane reportedly hijacked and heading towards the Sochi 2014 Winter Games Opening Ceremony with a bomb on board.
Ticket sales for the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Paralympics could break the Games record set at Sochi 2014, according to International Paralympic Committee (IPC) President Andrew Parsons.
Russian oligarch hits back after Rodchenkov's lawyer claims defamation lawsuit against whistleblower intimidation attempt
Russian oligarch Mikhail Prokhorov has hit back at lawyer Jim Walden after the American accused the influential businessman of being part of a Government attempt to intimidate Grigory Rodchenkov by funding a defamation lawsuit from three biathletes against the whistleblower.
Liam Morgan: Athletes right to boycott World Cup Final in Russia but don't expect IBU to listen to them
To understand the frustration and anger among athletes towards the International Biathlon Union (IBU), you need only look at page 33 of the Oswald Commission reasoned decision on Russian athlete Olga Zaitseva.
Jean-Claude Killy revisited Olympic history a couple of weeks ago. It was located on the slopes of Chamrousse, which hosted the men’s Alpine skiing events at the Grenoble Winter Olympics. Of which the impossibly dashing Frenchman won three. All three.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach attempted to defend his organisation's handling of the Russian doping crisis today by arguing how they have reached a "balance" between a fair punishment and a "humiliation" for the country.
The impressive growth in income generated by the Olympic Movement from five major programmes ground to a halt in the 2013-16 Olympic cycle, though growth is set to resume in the Pyeongchang 2018/Tokyo 2020 quadrennium.
David Owen: Olympicland suffers Rio-related revenue blip, but stays on course for $10 billion quadrennium to end the decade
It has been hard going financially for many people these past five or six years, and the Olympic Movement has not been immune to the slowdown.
Three Canadian wheelchair curlers who were part of the gold medal-winning team at Sochi 2014 have been nominated to the squad for this year's Winter Paralympic Games in Pyeongchang.
Sochi 2014 silver medallists Tatyana Ivanova and Albert Demchenko are among the 11 latest Russian athletes to be disqualified and banned from the Olympic Games for life by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
IOC circulate reasoned verdicts against Russian athletes including Olympic champion cleared of doping
Reasoned verdicts have been circulated by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) against three more Russian athletes accused of doping at Sochi 2014, including figure skating champion Adelina Sotnikova, one of two so far to have been cleared.