United Nations adopts Olympic truce ahead of Beijing 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Games

The idea of an Olympic truce is a tradition dating back to the Ancient Greeks thousands of years ago

THE HULA REPORT: Diack Death Greeted With Silence

The former IOC member and athletics chief leaves a tortured legacy.

FIFA Vice President proposes possible alternatives to biennial World Cup idea

FIFA President Gianni Infantino supports idea of holding World Cup every two years, but the idea has been met with strong opposition from many organizations

Bobsled world champion Kaillie Humphries sworn in as United States citizen

The former Canadian Olympic gold medalist will be eligible to compete for the U.S. in Beijing Olympics.

Lamine Diack, former all-powerful head of world athletics and emblem of corruption in sport, dies at 88 years of age

World Athletics, the federation he presided over for 16 years between 1999 and 2015, did not reflect on its website the death of its former top leader.

Figure skating Grand Prix is second major winter sports event cancelled this week raising concerns ahead of Beijing Games

The International Skating Union’s Grand Prix Final in Japan is called off as new travel restrictions are imposed. FISU’s Lucerne bound Winter Universiade was cancelled Monday due to Omicron concerns

THE COLUMN: Alejandro Blanco, between the “traps” of Rio 2016 and his overwhelming reelection as head of the Spanish Olympic Committee

When his new term ends in 2025, Blanco will have been in office for 20 years, a milestone in Iberian Olympism.

ATP reacts with caution to WTA’s severing of ties with China

The WTA, the governing body of women’s tennis, took a bold step on Wednesday by canceling all its tournaments in China, in protest against the situation of the player Peng Shuai.

Straight or gay, public kissing will be a potential danger at the World Cup in Qatar

“Displays of affection” are not allowed in general. If a man or woman kisses his or her partner in a public space, whether male or female, he or she can get into serious trouble.

A CLOSER LOOK: Weightlifting’s Olympic future is uncertain and it’s nobody’s fault but their own

Decades of doping and corruption may have finally caught up with the IWF as their hold on Paris 2024 continues to slip away.

WINTER SPORTS WORLD: Remembering Albertville 1992 thirty-years later, a magical Olympic Winter Games that played out across the majestic and inspiring French Alps

The XVI Winter Games were spread out across France’s Savoie region at significant distance, through charming towns, villages and ski resorts, as the sublime beauty witnessed while criss-crossing mountain venues inspired and amazed. No one seemed to care or complain about the distances.