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Russian skater Valieva to learn Olympics fate after doping hearing
The International Testing Agency confirmed reports that the 15-year-old tested positive for a banned substance at the Russian national championships six weeks ago.
Olympics committee says it has spoken to Peng Shuai in China
The IOC said it held a second video call with the tennis star but did not release any video or transcript.
Kuwaiti Olympic power broker Sheikh Ahmad found guilty of forgery
Olympic power broker Sheikh Ahmad al-Fahad al-Sabah of Kuwait has been found guilty by a Swiss court of forgery.
IOC investigates allegations that Belarus tried to force sprinter home
The International Olympic Committee has launched an investigation into the case of Belarusian athlete Krystsina Tsimanouskaya, who claims that her team's officials have tried to force her home.
It's red hot in Tokyo. Here's how the Olympic athletes are coping
Ice vests, air conditioners, and a whole lot of preparation. We asked the experts how the world's best athletes can beat the heat in Japan
Today at the Olympics: France in shock win over in Japan in judo
All the action from Tokyo on Saturday 31 July.
How climate change is at the heart of the Tokyo Olympics
"Recycled medals and podiums, renewable energy and low-carbon technologies - these symbols can have ground-breaking power."
Olympics chief makes gaffe in first appearance since arrival in Tokyo
Thomas Bach quickly corrected himself after referring to the “Chinese people” rather than “Japanese people.”
Spectators from abroad to be barred from Tokyo Olympic Games, says IOC
Officials justified the widely-anticipated move saying the risk was too great to admit ticket holders from overseas during a pandemic.
Italy issues emergency decree to avoid Olympic suspension
The IOC has taken issue with the Italian government’s formation of a new organisation, “Sport e Salute,” that was created at the start of 2019 to run the country’s sports finances.
Tokyo 2020: Japan rebuffs claims Olympics Games will be cancelled
A majority of the Japanese think the Olympic Games in the capital should be postponed again or cancelled amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
'Guilty of defending my country': Lukashenko hits out at Olympic ban
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) suspended Belarus' president on Monday.
Parkour community 'happy' sport not to be included in Olympics
In a bid to attract a younger audience, the International Olympic Committee is bringing several new sports into the fold, but parkour is not one of them.
Breakdancing gets Olympic status to debut at Paris in 2024
Breakdancing will be called breaking at the Olympics, as it was in the 1970s by hip-hop pioneers in the United States.
Fans at Tokyo Olympics 'encouraged to have COVID-19 vaccinations'
Bach said it won't be mandatory, but he left no doubt it will be strongly pushed.
COVID-19: IOC 'fully committed' to Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games
Watch back: IOC President Thomas Bach gives update on COVID-19 and Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games
Italy's Milan and Cortina d'Ampezzo to host 2026 Winter Olympic Games
Italy's Milan and Cortina d'Ampezzo beat Stockholm for the right to host the 2026 Winter Olympic Games after a vote by the International Olympic Committee
Curling opens competition at Winter Olympics
Mixed doubles curling is one of four new events at PyeongChang 2018