Athlete representation has been the focus of the past couple of weeks in sports governance circles, with several different events featuring panellists musing over the topic.
The World Olympians Association (WOA) has hailed the conclusion of their “successful” World Olympians Forum in Lausanne today.
Designer brand Ben Sherman signed an agreement with the British Olympic Association (BOA) which will see them produce clothing for athletes at the Opening Ceremony of Tokyo 2020
Tickets for next year's Olympic Games in Tokyo are due to go on sale next month, it has been reported.
Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) have expressed their profound disappointment at the "lack of meaningful investment" to benefit participation and high performance in Olympic sports in the country’s Federal budget.
Back in 2005, my university friends and I formed a football team in Sheffield.
The Olympic Federation of Ireland (OFI) has announced an increase in funding of €250,000 (£213,500/$282,000) for its Member Federations in 2019.
Liam Morgan: Sport in danger of over-saturating its own market with too many events on congested international calendar
They say you can never have too much of a good thing, but there are several instances in which the adage is proven incorrect.
The Association of Summer Olympic International Federations' (ASOIF) "Future of Global Sport" report published earlier this week should have had International Federations (IFs) shifting rather uncomfortably in their seats.
Breakdancing, sport climbing, skateboarding and surfing have been touted as the favourites to be included as additional sports on the Olympic Games programme for Paris 2024.
Julian Edelman being awarded the Most Valuable Player in last weekend’s Super Bowl caused a stir. And it was not related to his performance during the New England Patriots 13-3 win over the Los Angeles Rams.
South Korea will select a host city for the joint-Korean bid for the 2032 Summer Olympics and Paralympics next week, it has been reported.
Baseball and softball federations in the next three Olympic host nations have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) as part of the bid to appear at Paris 2024.
United States Olympic Committee (USOC) chief executive Sarah Hirshland has claimed empowering athletes and creating an environment free of abuse are two of her central aims in the role.
The Saudi Arabian Olympic Committee (SAOC) held a three-day educational programme on Olympic values for employees of the Government's Ministry of Education.