Badminton player Yuhan Tan has been appointed as the chairman of the Belgian Olympic and Sport Committee's (COIB) Athletes' Commission for the next four years.
Jim Scherr has been named as the first chief executive in the history of the Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) - and has said he wants to get the sport back in the Olympics.
Michael Pavitt: European Games have a long way to go but Minsk 2019 decisions show step in right direction
Of all the presentations given at the European Olympic Committees (EOC) seminar over the past two days, the most well attended was the update on preparations for the Minsk 2019 European Games.
New formats of the team events in the women's skeet and trap categories will be introduced at the 2017 European Shooting Championships in Azerbaijan’s capital Baku, it has been announced.
Former British Olympic Association (BOA) chief executive Simon Clegg has reached an undisclosed financial settlement with Mirror Group Newspapers after he was the victim of phone hacking, it has been announced.
A host city for the 2019 European Games could be appointed within the next month, it was claimed today.
Liam Morgan: Baku 2015 proving to be just a flash in the pan with future of European Games no clearer one year on
As we settled into the press tribune ahead of the Baku 2015 European Games Opening Ceremony at the plush Olympic Stadium, a volunteer began distributing a piece of paper which revealed the name of the headline act; American pop star Lady Gaga.
Brown blamed for Glasgow's loss of 2015 European Championships but British Judo Association chief executive keeps job
Former British Judo Association (BJA) chairman Kerrith Brown has been “almost entirely” blamed for Glasgow being stripped of the 2015 European Championships in a scathing report published as part of a review into the controversy.
The family of a British ceremonies production team member tragically killed during a traffic collision at the European Games in Baku last year have launched a petition aimed at encouraging Azerbaijani authorities to improve road safety in the country.
The company responsible for producing the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the inaugural European Games in Azerbaijan’s capital Baku last year has been nominated for six Daytime Emmy Awards.
Britain's Simon Clegg has been appointed as the chief operating officer at Expo 2020 in Dubai, the same role he occupied at last year's European Games in Baku.
A cooperation agreement has been signed between the National Paralympic Committee of Azerbaijan Republic (ANPC) and Azerbaijan Airlines, which will see the carrier organise their athletes’ flights to Rio 2016.
Wushu will be included at the 2017 Islamic Solidarity Games in Baku, the sport’s governing body has confirmed.
“How do you follow a year like 2015?” is something we will all be asking ourselves at the European Olympic Committees head office in Rome this week.
There is “no special reason” why karate shouldn’t be chosen for inclusion at Tokyo 2020, World Karate Federation (WKF) President Antonio Espinos claimed here today, though he remains wary of some of the challenges the sport faces in the lead up to next year’s decision at the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Session in Rio de Janeiro.