International Federations have joined forces to launch a global campaign to encourage policymakers to safely re-open organised sport.
“The structural issue with International Sports Federations (IFs) is that Presidents are elected, which means their first priority will be re-election, which often means it becomes the organisational priority.”
Two-thirds of Swiss-based International Federations (IFs) have accepted the joint loan offer from the Swiss Government and International Olympic Committee (IOC).
For a few decades now, we have heard that the place to be for the international sports world was Lausanne in Switzerland, known as the "Olympic Capital."
David Owen: Should the IOC use Olympic TV money to incentivise International Federations to strike the right balance between ambition and prudence?
It has not taken long for the coronavirus pandemic to split Summer Olympic international sports federations (IFs) into two groups: the "haves" and the "have-nots".
Liam Morgan: Why the coronavirus crisis provides a much-needed opportunity for International Federations
The coronavirus pandemic has sparked an unprecedented crisis for sport, but it has equally provided those that govern it with a valuable opportunity.
As the International Olympic Committee and Tokyo 2020 work on the "huge jigsaw puzzle" following the postponement of the Olympic Games because of the coronavirus pandemic, Federations are dealing with the impact on their own calendars.
Exclusive: Tokyo 2020 chief warns federations of "major challenge" in deciding who covers extra costs
Tokyo 2020 President Yoshirō Mori has warned International Federations that deciding who covers the additional costs arising from the postponement of the Olympic Games will be a "major challenge".
International Federations have expressed unanimous support for the decision to postpone this year's Olympic Games in Tokyo to 2021.