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Nearly 10 per cent of World Sailing members may be ineligible to vote in knife-edge Presidential election
Almost 10 per cent of World Sailing's Member National Authorities (MNAs) are currently categorised as suspended and hence unable to vote in this month's knife-edge Presidential election.
World Sailing’s 2019 accounts have been published on the governing body’s website, underlining the fragile state of its finances a month or so before the COVID-19 pandemic struck.
COVID-19 has forced the cancellation of yet another mass participation event, with the Hellenic Athletics Federation (SEGAS) today confirming that this year's Athens Marathon will not go ahead.
Prominent FIFA sponsor Qatar Airways has received a helping hand from the Qatar Government after what it described as "one of the most difficult years in the airline's history".
The coronavirus pandemic is having a deep impact on the sports industry, according to a new survey.
International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation budgets more than $700,000 for COVID-19 in current financial year
The International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation (IBSF) plans to earmark nearly 20 per cent of projected receipts during its 2020-2021 financial year for coronavirus-related expenses.
Study finds cost overruns of between 13 and 178 per cent on core capital investments for recent Olympics
Core capital investments for recent Olympic Games suffered cost overruns of between 13 per cent and 178 per cent, according to a study cited at length by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in its recent war of words with an Oxford professor.
Edouard Philippe, the former French Prime Minister, is set to join the Board of Atos, a worldwide International Olympic Committee (IOC) sponsor.
The Oxford-based mega-project specialist behind a new study on Olympic costs has escalated a war of words with the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
World Athletics’ total equity and reserves dipped below $30 million (£23 million/€25 million) last year, after the governing body for one of the leading Summer Olympic sports posted a 2019 loss of $17.3 million (£13.3 million/€14.4 million).
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) should be obliged to cover 10 per cent of any cost overrun for the Olympic Games, according to a new paper by a team of Oxford-based academics.
The economy of Japan, the next Olympic host, shrank even faster than initially estimated over the three months from April to June.
Latin America and the Caribbean has squandered a "rare opportunity" to make the 2010s its decade, according to Luís Alberto Moreno, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) member from Colombia.
Football's world governing body FIFA invested nearly twice as much in last year’s Women’s World Cup in France as in the tournament’s previous edition in Canada in 2015.