Dutch International Olympic Committee (IOC) member Camiel Eurlings has admitted the organisation needs to better communicate the benefits of hosting the Winter Games to cities, and claimed they need to make bidding for the event more attractive to smaller countries.
The International Biathlon Union (IBU) has claimed there is "absolutely no risk" of active Russian athletes having breached anti-doping rules during the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games.
Samuel Schmid's Commission looking into allegations of institutionalised doping in Russia will finish their work in time for decisions to be taken by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board at its meeting in early December, Dutch IOC member Camiel Eurlings has claimed.
The International Equestrian Federation (FEI) is restructuring its marketing programme along discipline lines.
As the Sochi Winter Olympics ended at the Fisht Stadium in 2014, the three mascots gazed wistfully as the flame flickered and died.
Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) President Tricia Smith has called for immediate "provisional measures, including suspensions" to be taken against Russia before Pyeongchang 2018 regardless of whether the two ongoing International Olympic Committee (IOC) investigations into evidence of doping at the previous edition in Sochi are completed.
There was a smattering of confusion among the Olympic media when the International Olympic Committee (IOC) sent out a press release on Tuesday (October 17) declaring the "launch" of their "new approach" to the Winter Games candidature process.
China, Turkey and other nations who have been banned from weightlifting for a year are hopeful that they will be able to start competing again before the ban runs its full course.
Spyros Capralos has been re-elected President of the Hellenic Olympic Committee (HOC) today to seemingly bring to an end months of bitter wrangling over the leadership of the body.
A top International Olympic Committee (IOC) official has claimed to be unbothered about the prospect of a third successive Winter Olympic Games in Asia if Sapporo can produce a strong bid for 2026.
Vladimir Putin has accused the United States of putting "strong pressure" on the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to prevent Russia from taking part in next year's Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang.
A process to reform the management of the Winter Olympic Games should save $500 million (£380 million/€422 million) from the cost of future edition and help reinvigorate interest in bidding for the event, a senior official at the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has predicted.
Members of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) are being forced to sign-up to a new set of "ethical principles" governing their behaviour on issues including conflicts of interests, the accepting of gifts, and the use of tickets for the Olympic Games, insidethegames can reveal.
Nuzman officially charged by Brazilian prosecutors over allegations he bribed IOC members during Rio 2016 bid
Rio 2016 President Carlos Nuzman has been officially charged today by the Federal Public Prosecutor's Office (MPF) with corruption, tax evasion, money laundering and running a criminal organisation.
Exclusive: Oswald Commission admits hearings into Russian doping will not be completed until end of November at earliest
International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board member Denis Oswald has revealed his Commission is aiming to complete crucial athlete hearings by the end of next month as the wait continues for final verdicts from two investigations into alleged institutionalised doping in Russia.