Leadership Change for IOC Athletes Commission

(ATR) A U.S. Olympian is poised to become the new president.

IOC Member Moon Appeals Plagiarism Ruling, Faces Lawsuit

(ATR) South Korean IOC member Dae-sung Moon submitted a petition of appeal to the Seoul High Court on Monday.

IOC Member Moon Faces New IOC Ethics Probe

(ATR) Plagiarism charges against South Korean IOC member upheld in court. 

2018, 2020 Olympic Inspires Effort to Help Athletes

(ATR) South Korean IOC member has global ambitions for his new athlete support program. 

IOC Ethics Case Against Moon On Hold Again

(ATR) A new round of legal action means the ethics case of IOC member Dae Sung Moon is moved to the back burner.

South Korean IOC Member Blames Politics for Trouble

(ATR) Facing an ethics inquiry, Dae-Sung Moon vows to restore his reputation.

Augusta National Floated as Backup Plan for Rio Golf

(ATR) One of the world’s most famous golf courses could be in play for Rio 2016.

On the Scene at SportAccord - Rogge Encourages Doha; Mum on Saudis

(ATR) IOC president Jacques Rogge tells cities like Doha to try, try again. ATR's Matthew Grayson reports from Quebec City.

Olympic Newsdesk - BOA Officially Scraps Doping Rule; Szewinska Joins IAAF Hall

(ATR) British Olympic Association  removes controversial by-law following CAS ruling ... Polish IOC member tapped for inaugural Hall of Fame class ... World Series of Boxing adds Argentine franchise ... IOC not currently investigating Dae Sung Moon plagiarism case ...

OpEd: Can IOC Members Cheat? Ethics Panel Decides

(ATR) Is it ok for IOC members to cheat on their academic work? In this OpEd, ATR’s Ed Hula says the IOC has little wiggle room …

Spain in Recession; Challenger for Nuzman; Mixed Doubles Curling

(ATR) Spanish sports minister says economic situation won't hurt Madrid 2020 ... Brazilian Olympic Committee president draws challenger ... Swiss claim another curling title ... Dae Sung Moon fallout ... More inside ...

Madrid, Tokyo Bids Reach Out; USA Basketball Loses Height; More Plagiarism Allegations

(ATR) Madrid 2020 touts "Paralympic Evening" ... Dutch students learn from Tokyo 2020 ... Hoops giants Griner, Howard out for Olympics ... South Korean IOC member faces plagiarism allegations ...

On the Scene -- IOC, USOC Corral Athletes Into Colorado Springs

(ATR) In between line dance lessons and a real live rodeo, members of the IOC Athletes' Commission tell Around the Rings the overturned “Osaka Rule” is a hot topic yet to be introduced at the Fifth International Athletes' Forum. Matthew Grayson reports from Colorado Springs.

Pyeongchang Touts New Horizons and Lessons Learned in 2018 Bid Presentation

(ATR) Pyeongchang 2018 bid chairman Yang Ho Cho tells Around the Rings "We did our best" following the Korean city's pitch for the Winter Olympics at SportAccord.