Over 1,000 Olympians kickstart Leave your Mark in first week
Fethi Nourine and Amar Benikhlef Disciplinary Situation
The president who regrets not having chosen to be left-handed: 45th anniversary of Thomas Bach’s Olympic gold medal
“I don’t know until today whether I’m a left handed or a right hander”, said the German, a successful fencer in his young years
Tokyo Olympics to have the highest number of LGBT athletes in history
Research finds 162 out of the approximately 11,100 competitors identify as LGBT, including the first two transgender people ever to take part in the Olympics
Speech by Tokyo 2020 President Hashimoto at the Opening Ceremony of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020
With Brisbane booked for the 2032 Olympics, are Salt Lake City and the Wasatch Mountains up next?
New Salt Lake City committee chairperson Raney Norman says, if it is for 2030, Utah is rarin’ to go
Zatopek, Takahashi and Kipchoge highlight opening of MOWA Olympic Athletics Collection room
Jimena Saldaña believes the time has come for a woman to head the IOC, and she’s not thinking of Kirsty Coventry
The vice-president of the Mexican Olympic Committee (COM) believes that women must continue to gain positions in the Olympic world and speaks openly about her aspirations to become a member of the IOC.
Ski mountaineering added to 2026 Winter Olympic program
The IOC Session’s approval makes ski mountaineering the first new Winter Olympic sport since skeleton in 2002.
IOC gives full recognition to six new International Federations
Sports like lacrosse, kickboxing and cheerleading are now eligible to apply for Olympic inclusion.
OLY House Tokyo 2020 launches with Leave your Mark project
Australian bid leaders “over the moon” as Brisbane is awarded 2032 Olympic Games
Capital of Queensland is first Summer Games host elected under IOC’s targeted dialogue process
The Australian Olympic Committee promises a Games to serve Olympic ideals
Paris 2024 launches its new online press area
With Brisbane 2032, the Games return to the country that loves sport
A memory of Sydney 2000, successful Games and reconciliation with Aussie pop-rock as a delightful soundtrack
Australia will be hosting a third Summer Olympics as Brisbane wins the bid to stage them in 2032
The Queensland capital succeeds Melbourne 1956 and Sydney 2000 as Olympic host city. The Games will be held from July 23 to August 8, 2032.
Giovanni Malagò: “Thomas Bach was a giant, a phenomenon in the defense of the Games”
The president of the Italian Olympic Committee (CONI) defended, during an interview with Around the Rings, the Japanese government’s decision to hold the Games without spectators and defined as a “cultural problem” the slowness of the vaccination program in the world’s third largest economy.
Dr. Muhammad Yunus to be awarded second ever Olympic Laurel
The Nobel Peace Prize-winning economist has a long history of helping uplift people out of poverty through entrepreneurship and sport-related programmes.
From the phantom flight to the armored city, the dystopian road to Tokyo 2020
In “Tokyo Chronicles,” the behind the scenes of arriving at a Games where almost nothing is normal.
GAISF President Raffaele Chiulli welcomes six new IOC recognised International Sports Federations
Team Ireland flagbearers for the Olympic Games named
Athletes invited to show commitment to building a peaceful world through sport at Tokyo 2020 by signing the Olympic Truce Mural
Comments by Governor Koike Yuriko on the Olympic Truce Mural Inauguration Ceremony
Tokyo 2020 Statement on Resignation of Olympic Opening Ceremony Creative Team Member OYAMADA Keigo
Inaugural Olympic Virtual Series Successfully Concludes with Nearly 250,000 Participants from Over 100 Countries Around the World
Death of IOC Honour Member Youssoupha Ndiaye
IOC President describes plans for bringing fans together virtually with athletes during Tokyo 2020
Thomas Bach also commented on his visit to Hiroshima on Friday: “We could feel there the support of the city”
Samaranch y Rogge hubieran actuado como Bach por salvar los Juegos: “Creo que ninguno de los dos tampoco hubiera tirado la toalla”
El 16 de julio de 2001 el belga Jacques Rogge relevaba al histórico presidente Juan Antonio Samaranch
IOC, IPC and Airbnb launch ‘Tokyo Together’ event series
Hosted on Airbnb’s ‘Olympian and Paralympian Experiences’ platform, ‘Tokyo Together’ will feature discussions with over 200 sportspeople from 50+ sports and 30+ countries.