Around 2,000 Kosovo pre-school children had the opportunity to experience what it felt like to be part of an Olympic Games as they took part in the Sports Festival for the preschoolers of Pristina.
Newcomers Kosovo are hoping for a silver, or even gold lining, to their first appearance in the Mediterranean Games here.
A sport and media conference has been organised by the Kosovo Olympic Committee (KOC) in Pristina to discuss issues affecting their respective industries.
A total of 19 athletes have received Olympic scholarships for Tokyo 2020 from the Kosovo Olympic Committee (NOC Kosovo).
Cape Verde, Kosovo, the Marshall Islands and São Tomé and Príncipe have been confirmed as full members of the International University Sports Federation (FISU).
The Kosovo Olympic Committee (KOC) have celebrated World Sports and Environment Day by holding a series of sporting activities in Pristina.
Around 2,000 children born since Kosovan independence in 2008 participated in Olympic Day celebrations in Pristina.
Hasani targets top 10 medals table finish following re-election as Kosovan Olympic Committee President
Besim Hasani has ambitiously targeted a top 10 position on the Olympic medals table by 2024 after being re-elected President of the Kosovan Olympic Committee.
Kosovo’s Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports has reiterated his commitment to supporting the country’s athletes as the nation prepares for their first appearance at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
World and European Minigolf Sport Federation Presidents meet with Kosovo NOC counterpart in Pristina
The Presidents of the World Minigolf Sport Federation (WMF) and European Minigolf Sport Federation (EMF) have met with Olympic Committee of Kosovo (OCK) counterpart Besim Hasani in Pristina, where the 2016 WMF World Adventure Golf Masters recently took place.
Kosovo's participation in next year's Mediterranean Games here will not be blocked by the Spanish Government they have been promised after a delegation from the Balkan country were refused visas to attend the European Olympic Committees (EOC) Seminar.
Kosovo has been accepted as the 25th member of the International Committee of the Mediterranean Games (ICMG) here at today's Extraordinary General Assembly, meaning the Balkan Republic will participate at the 2017 event in Tarragona in Spain.
Celebrations are taking place today to mark the first anniversary of Kosovo's recognition by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board, a decision which has acted as a catalyst to revolutionise the sporting ambitions of the Balkan Republic.
For all the bluster and triumphalism of the 40 Agenda 2020 recommendations unanimously passed in Monte Carlo on December 8, it has not escaped the notice of many that, with the possible exception of the Olympic TV Channel, few concrete and definite changes have yet occurred in Thomas Bach’s era of reform.
The decision taken the following day during that International Olympic Committee (IOC) Session to recognise the membership of Kosovo was therefore perhaps the biggest accomplishment so far of the Bachean era. For it was a choice that could have sparked a political maelstrom but seems to have passed with, if not unanimous approval, than more or less universal grudging acceptance.
The background to the decision was complex and our analysis here last year delves only some way into the fascinating blend of history, international relations and sports politics required to come close to understanding the factors at play.