British Olympic Association (BOA) chief executive Bill Sweeney is leaving his position after nearly five and a half years to join the Rugby Football Union (RFU), it has been announced.
As we enter 2019 it feels an important moment in our countdown to Tokyo 2020, with our planning for the Games ramping up even further.
BOA agree partnership with city in Fukushima to build relationships with schools and promote recovery efforts
British Olympic Association (BOA) have agreed a partnership with Motomiya city in Fukushima Prefecture, which will see relationships built between schools in the area and promote recovery efforts following the 2011 earthquake and tsunami.
Officials from the British Olympic Association (BOA) have become the latest to publicly urge "meaningful sanctions" as quickly as possible for Russians involved in the alleged tampering of urine samples at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.
The British Olympic Association (BOA) has extended its partnership with professional services firm Deloitte UK through to 2020, it was announced today.
British Olympic Association (BOA) chief executive Bill Sweeney has claimed here today that "it’s good to be obsessed with medals, but not at all costs", adding that he is confident duty of care issues recently cited in national sporting bodies will be fixed.
British Olympic Association (BOA) chief executive Bill Sweeney has claimed that the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) is "very interested and very keen" on a Ryder Cup-style event between the two country's Olympic teams following discussions on the idea.
British athletes hoping to appear at Tokyo 2020 could have to compete in a new televised "Olympic Trials" qualification system taking place across two cities a month before the start of the Games.
The British Olympic Association (BOA) have announced an extension to their partnership with home media owner Ocean which will see the two parties work together in the build-up and during Tokyo 2020.
The British Olympic Association (BOA) are developing their own Olympic Channel-style concept which could launch as early as 2017, chief executive Bill Sweeney revealed here.