UK Sport has been urged by the governing bodies of 12 British sports to end its funding policy that places heavy emphasis on medal success and apply "at least a baseline level of funding" to all Olympic and Paralympic sports.
Creation of a taskforce to examine sponsorship opportunities surrounding the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games is being considered by the Oceania National Olympic Committees (ONOC).
Tokyo 2020 has today received a boost with Japan enacting a law that will see the promotion of anti-doping activity across all sports.
Tokyo 2020 has published the second version of its sustainability plan together with a guiding principle of "Be better, together - for the planet and the people".
Oceania National Olympic Committees (ONOC) members have been encouraged to make the most of the opportunity presented through training camps in the Japanese prefecture Fukuoka.
On the day after his two-year suspension ended Ilya Ilyin, the weightlifter who forfeited two Olympic gold medals because of doping, has publicly declared his intent to compete at Tokyo 2020.
A development programme aimed at increasing the standard of officiating in hockey has been launched by the sport's world governing body.
Nick Butler: Time the IOC looked at themselves rather than blaming the voters after latest referendum defeat
Thomas Bach’s election as President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) was still a few hours away on September 10 in 2013 the last time a successful referendum was held on an Olympic and Paralympic Games bid.
A total of 22 sports on the Lima 2019 Pan American Games programme will act as qualifiers for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, it has been announced.
Sion 2026 will hope that an endorsement for their Winter Olympic and Paralympic plans from the residents of the proposed ski jumping venue bodes well for a crunch referendum tomorrow which will effectively determine the bid's future.
International Skating Union (ISU) technical delegates have visited the construction site for the Beijing 2022 speed skating venue.
Figure skating officials agreed to change rules on national bias in judging and approved an alteration to the Olympic qualification procedure at the International Skating Union (ISU) Congress in Seville today.
The way elite sport is funded in Britain could be facing a major shake-up after the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo following the launch of consultation into how UK Sport distributes National Lottery money.
"Before the game, when you are saying something stupid, I said, 'Maybe if we win we might get into the Olympics'. Now you are sitting here,"
World Skate President calls on countries to take active role in educating skateboarders on anti-doping
World Skate President Sabatino Aracu has urged member federations to better educate skateboarders on anti-doping as the governing body seeks to address concerns in the build-up to the sport's Olympic debut at Tokyo 2020.