The International Equestrian Federation (FEI) has reported a small net surplus of CHF724,148 (£617,000/$746,000/€666,000) for 2018, which was a World Equestrian Games (WEG) year.
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Tokyo 2020's equestrian test event will take place in the Japanese capital next week, with reigning Olympic eventing champion Michael Jung set to top the bill.
As the Paris 2024 countdown clock reaches the five-year mark with Europe in the grip of a fierce heatwave, French Sports Minister Roxana Mărăcineanu has unveiled a shake-up of her private office.
With a year to go before Tokyo 2020 begins, a new forecast suggests that Japan is on course to lift its medal haul by a bigger percentage than any Summer Olympic host nation for nearly 30 years.
Exclusive: Dibós urges Peruvian Government to use Pan American Games to rebuild nation's sports culture
One of the longest-serving members of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has urged the Peruvian Government to use the opportunity afforded by the Pan American Games to rebuild the country's sports culture.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) paid almost 70 per cent more for Games cancellation insurance for Pyeongchang 2018 than it did for the previous Winter Olympics at Sochi in 2014.
Exclusive: IOC distributions to United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee jump on back of surging sponsorship revenue
Surging International Olympic Committee (IOC) sponsorship revenue has yielded a multi-million-dollar windfall for the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC), according to the IOC’s newly-published financial accounts.
WADA hoping that more than 100 anti-doping cases based on Moscow data will be brought in "first wave"
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) is hoping that a first wave of more than 100 anti-doping cases will be brought, based on analytical data retrieved from the now infamous Moscow Laboratory.
The chair of the International Olympic Committee (IOC)’s Finance Commission today provided an up-to-date breakdown of costs of the new IOC headquarters, officially opened with great fanfare here last Sunday (June 23).
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has reappointed PricewaterhouseCoopers, the international professional services firm, as its external auditor for a six-year term.
A total of 42 votes is likely to be needed to secure the right to host the 2026 Winter Olympics and Paralympics.
Coca-Cola is to take its sponsorship of the Olympic Movement into an unprecedented second century under a restructured deal that will see it share ownership of the worldwide beverage category with a Chinese dairy producer, China Mengniu Dairy Company.
Paris 2024 is set to feature demonstrations of a future urban air taxi service, following the launch of a feasibility study by European aircraft-maker Airbus and other bodies.
The four men vying for the Presidency of the International Tennis Federation (ITF) are aiming for a post that paid $642,000 (£511,000/€573,000) in 2017.
Paris 2024 remains optimistic about selling the energy category in its domestic sponsorship portfolio, in spite of its recent setback with Total.