The first Board meeting of the new Independent Testing Authority (ITA) will take place before the end of the year, with appointment of the body’s first director general among items up for discussion.
Valérie Fourneyron has been confirmed as the chair of the new Independent Testing Authority (ITA), which is being formed to take over drugs testing procedures for international sport.
Former French Sports Minister Valérie Fourneyron is set to become chair of the new Independent Testing Authority (ITA) being set-up to take over drugs testing procedures for international sport, insidethegames understands.
Swimmer Kirsty Coventry has become the latest to contribute to the Tokyo 2020 medal project with the International Olympic Committee (IOC) praising the organisers efforts to empower athletes.
Swimmer Kirsty Coventry has been elected as a vice-president of the Zimbabwe Olympic Committee (ZOC).
Double Olympic gold medallist Kirsty Coventry is to stand for election as vice-president of the Zimbabwe Olympic Committee (ZOC), it has been announced.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) Athletes’ Commission chair Angela Ruggiero has said the body "strongly condemns" the cyber-attack that led to the publication of athletes’ confidential medical information.
Five-time Olympic swimmer Kirsty Coventry is set to be elected unopposed as vice-president of the International Surfing Association (ISA) at the body's Annual General Meeting in the Azores.
Zimbabwe Olympic Committee (ZOC) chief executive Anna Mguni revealed the country hopes to field its biggest ever team at Rio 2016 but stressed the nation’s supporters need to be realistic in terms of medal prospects.
Zimbabwe are expected to send one of their largest delegations to a Summer Olympic Games, with a projected team size of 32 for Rio 2016 after a series of impressive qualification performances.
Olympic swimming gold medallists Katie Ledecky, Ryan Lochte and Kirsty Coventry are set to be among those presenting prizes at the 2015 Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) Awards, which are due to take place at DAR Constitution Hall here on Thursday (October 29).
Zimbabwe's Kirsty Coventry completed a "triple triple" of winning the same three individual swimming events at each of the last three All-African Games on the final night of action in the pool at Brazzaville 2015.
Zimbabwe's International Olympic Committee (IOC) member Kirsty Coventry won a high-quality 100 metres backstroke race today at the All-Africa Games in Brazzaville as South African star Chad Le Clos broke a championship Record en route to his second gold.
Only 85 of the 100 current International Olympic Committee (IOC) members are set to participate in this afternoon’s vote between Almaty and Beijing to determine the host of the 2022 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games.