World Taekwondo (WT) has reported a net loss of just under $1.65 million (£1.24 million/€1.41 million) for the 2017 financial year.
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One of the leading behind-the-scenes figures in the fight against doping is off work after suffering what is described as "a minor stroke".
International Olympic Committee (IOC) TOP programme partner General Electric (GE) has announced a major restructuring this week, which may raise new questions about its sponsorship intentions post-Tokyo 2020.
The United World Cup bid today flexed its financial muscle, claiming a North American 2026 World Cup would produce profits for FIFA of "nearly $11 billion (£8 billion/€9 billion)".
FIFA secretary general Fatma Samoura has warned delegates to the FIFA Congress in June that they will be unable to receive their $250 (£183/€208) daily allowances in Moscow in cash.
Local media reports have suggested that the Paris 2024 aquatics centre might be changed to a temporary venue as part of efforts to hold down costs.
The International Standard for Testing and Investigations (ISTI), a key element in the drive to ensure that the war against doping is waged efficiently and effectively, is to undergo a revision, in a process set to get under way in June.
In a move that will be greeted with much relief in the anti-doping sector, Berlinger has decided to continue producing sample bottles for at least the next 12 months.
Fear of flying in family takes Jessica Harrison on winding road to new Paris 2024 Athletes’ Commission
The 18-member Paris 2024 Athletes’ Commission will gather for the first time in Saint-Denis today, with Organising Committee President Tony Estanguet and Athletes’ Commission President Martin Fourcade scheduled to meet 300 students.
Claus Hess, a leading figure in the International Rowing Federation (FISA) in the 1970s and 1980s, has died at the age of 84.
An investigation has been opened into a leading French athletics coach accused of sexual offences by one of his former sprinters.
Just six months after the French capital was confirmed as host of the next Summer Olympics but one, Paris 2024 is already facing warnings that its budget may come under pressure if venue modifications are not agreed.
Asia’s interest in European football will be a focus of attention at this week’s SPORTELAsia convention in Singapore.
The London football club West Ham United has announced a large profit for the year to end-May 2017, corresponding with its first season playing home matches in the former Olympic Stadium.
Paris 2024 has agreed lower-than-expected salaries for its two top officials, Tony Estanguet, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) member and former canoeing champion who is the Organising Committee’s President, and Etienne Thobois, his number two.