The shape of the new anti-doping testing authority advocated by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) looks set to come into clearer focus at World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) meetings in Glasgow this weekend.
David Owen Chief ColumnistFollow @dodo938
Recent articles by David
The host broadcaster contract for the next rugby World Cup has been awarded to a partnership between Host Broadcast Services (HBS) and IMG, the well-known talent and sports agency.
The International Judo Federation (IJF) has signed a new four-year partnership deal with Hakuhodo DY Media Partners of Japan.
Exclusive: Sports-related cost of Tokyo rowing venue still less than $100 million, says FISA official
The direct sports-related cost of building a Tokyo 2020 rowing and canoeing venue at the Sea Forest Waterway remains below $100 million (£81 million/€91 million), an International Rowing Federation (FISA) official has told insidethegames.
Exclusive: Quiñones plays down Lima 2019 concerns while offering vote of confidence in new President
Peruvian Olympic Committee President José Quiñones has played down concerns over the Lima 2019 Pan American Games project.
French Parliamentarians are facing pressure to cut state subsidies to sporting organisations as the race for the 2024 Olympics and Paralympics is poised to enter its final year.
Newly-published figures show that Africa once again struggled last year to pay its World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) dues, with, for the second year running, less than 60 per cent of invoiced sums remitted by the end of the calendar year.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach’s expenses totalled $301,000 (£228,000/€266,000) in 2015.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) spent just over $11 million (£8.3 million/€9.7 million) on its newly-launched Olympic Channel in 2015.
Budapest 2024 may have found an answer to one of the Olympic Movement’s most intractable problems: how to deliver a worthwhile legacy for the bedrock Olympic sport of athletics without creating a white elephant.
An eventful Olympic rowing regatta concluded under blue skies here today, with Great Britain and Germany vying for supremacy in the final race, just as they did in the overall medals table.
The natural order of things in Olympic team dressage was restored here today, when Germany, clear leaders after the opening phase, romped to an emphatic victory.
Major problems appear to be looming for the Paralympic Games, with a Brazilian news organisation claiming the organisers “may need to make cuts in the events structure” to help reduce expenses.
The first day of Rio 2016 rowing finals ended with Germany heading the medals table after taking gold in both men’s and women’s quad sculls.
A Brazilian athlete - Adilson da Silva - will carve out a niche in Olympic history on Thursday (August 11), when he hits the first shot in an Olympic golf tournament for 112 years.