Greece's absence on the International Olympic Committee (IOC) is set to end with Spyros Capralos being proposed for election as a member here today.
The third edition of the Summer Youth Olympic Games is due to be officially opened here in Argentina’s capital city tomorrow.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach has carried the Torch for Buenos Aires 2018 in Ushuaia on the Tierra del Fuego archipelago, the southernmost tip of South America, nicknamed the "End of the World".
Argentine Olympic Committee President Gerardo Werthein has been elected chair of the Olympic Broadcasting Services (OBS) for its Swiss operations, replacing Richard Pound, who was removed from the position last week.
Organisers of the Buenos Aires 2018 Summer Youth Olympic Games have taken possession of the Village which will house the 4,000 athletes set to compete at the Games.
David Owen: Argentina’s Werthein retains Twitter crown, as Buenos Aires prepares for 2018 Youth Olympic Games
With Buenos Aires' big Olympic Moment fast approaching, it is fitting that Argentina's Gerardo Werthein should retain his status as top International Olympic Committee (IOC) Tweeter for a second year.
Buenos Aires Mayor joins athletes to mark one-year-to-go celebrations until Summer Youth Olympic Games
A special Olympic Rings sculpture has been unveiled at the downtown obelisk in Buenos Aires to mark one-year-to-go celebrations until the third Summer Youth Olympic Games.
Cross-country running is set to return to the Olympics after a 94-year absence following its inclusion within the athletics programme at the 2018 Summer Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires.
Argentina's Gerardo Werthein will chair a new International Olympic Committee (IOC) Digital and Technology Commission focusing on issues including cyber security, it has been announced today.
Buenos Aires has withdrawn from the race to host the 2023 Pan American Games, leaving Chile’s capital Santiago as the only bidding city.
Doubts raised over participation of Argentina in men's football tournament at Rio 2016 as national coach resigns
Argentine Olympic Committee (COA) President Gerardo Werthein has claimed it is a "disgrace" that the country have been unable to call upon football players for the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro next month, a situation which has led to national team coach Gerardo Martino announcing his resignation today.
A host of Argentinian athletes have been recognised for their contribution to sport in 2015 at the annual Argentine Olympic Committee (COA) New Year's Eve Dinner.
Broadcast rights for the Olympic Games in Brazil have been awarded to Globo until 2032, it was announced here today.