Tokyo 2020 is again expected to headline the latest International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board meeting with nearly two months until the Games, as the organisation highlighted an endorsement of preparations by the World Health Organization (WHO).
A new poll has showed that nearly 60 per cent of people in Japan want the rearranged Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo to be cancelled as there appears little sign of the public getting behind the event with less than three months until it starts.
The vaccine deal announced by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) this week provides yet another example of how desperate the organisation is for Tokyo 2020 to go ahead.
One of the most important and symbolic parts of the Olympic Opening Ceremony looks set to change in Tokyo, and for that matter, the look of the Games might also need a late makeover if International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach gets his wish.
The developers of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine are set to donate doses to athletes heading to the delayed Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games after signing an agreement with the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
Exclusive: Hubbard set to become first transgender athlete to compete at Olympics after IOC accepts rule change
Laurel Hubbard, the transgender weightlifter from New Zealand, has been effectively guaranteed a place at the delayed Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games after the approval of an amended qualifying system by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
A total of 79 people from 42 organisations attended two safeguarding workshops designed for International Sports Federations to learn how to take meaningful action to create safe sporting environments for athletes.
So yesterday's revelation that the Mayor of one of the world’s great cities - London - still regards the Games as enough of an electoral asset to talk publicly about exploring a bid just two days before polling day must be accounted a considerable public relations bonus.
World Sailing has approved three alternative event proposals to mixed offshore for its 10th medal at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.
Tokyo is planning to host a half marathon next year to celebrate the legacy of the Japanese capital staging the Olympic and Paralympics following a proposal from International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach.
David Owen: The IOC will in the end pare back Rule 50 - in the meantime here are some details from the survey which you may have missed
Last week’s football fiasco meant that the latest Rule 50 news did not quite get the attention it deserved; so let’s try to make up for that now.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has stated its hopes to "expand" its Olympic Virtual Series (OVS) - a mix of physical and non-physical virtual and esports - in future if its inaugural edition is successful.
So John Carlos says to Tommie Smith - "Hey Tommie, I left my gloves in the Village. Sorry, man. But listen - Pete Norman’s just said let's wear one each. Why not? Get him one of our badges and let’s go!"
In the final months of 2018, two contrasting views were put forward outlining the battle between the established order of sport governance and commercial entities.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) Athletes' Commission member Hayley Wickenheiser has suggested the organisation should not make the final decision on whether the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games are held amid the COVID-19 pandemic.