Delhi High Court appoints three-member board to preside over the Indian Olympic Association

Ruling sets in motion a time frame to hold new elections within the next 16 weeks.

Zambia Olympic Leader Patrick Chamunda dies at the age of 77

Chamunda lead the Zambian team to Los Angeles in 1984 and was an honorary IOC member

Guatemala in danger of being suspended by the IOC

A decision of the Constitutional Court in Guatemala is considered a violation of the Olympic Charter. The IOC warns it must be revoked or the COG will be penalized

WADA chief investigator criticizes Russian athlete ban

Richard McLaren worked for WADA on Russian doping claims during Sochi 2014 Olympics

Bach on 2036 German Olympic bid: “Ja”

The IOC Leader says Berlin 1936 shouldn’t be an issue.

Peace and Sport unveils new Junior Champions for Peace Club

Six teen-aged athletes are honored as the first class of the new club, joining the established ‘Champions for Peace’ representatives. The young group includes French-American skateboarder Julian Agliardi, twin sister motor sports racers Aliyyah and Yasmeen Koloc from Seychelles, German-Ukrainian chess prodigy Fiorina Berezovsky, Olympic swimmer Théo Druenne and AS Monaco football standout Mamadou Coulibaly.

IOC ‘breaks out’ qualifying schedule for World DanceSport Federation

Breaking set to compete in worldwide competition for the Olympic Games in Paris 2024

15 nations protesting choice to host IBA Extraordinary Congress in Armenia

Re-run of presidential vote to be “most important election in the history of Olympic-style boxing” says USA official

Utah residents overwhelmingly support return of Winter Olympic Games

A recent survey found nearly 80 percent of the state’s residents would welcome another Olympic Games for Salt Lake City

The ATR Podcast: A quiet 10th anniversary for the London Olympics

The Indian Olympic Association and Reliance Industries partner to create India House at the Paris 2024 Games

The IOA and Reliance Industries will work together to give Indian athletes better housing and opportunities at multi-sport events

IOC Athletes’ Commission adds four members

The commission will also include the first refugee athlete

Two years out: The IOC builds anticipation ahead of Paris 2024

Excitement is building ahead of Paris 2024 as qualifiers begin across multiple sports and Qualifying Series are introduced.

IOC sends stern warning to Indian Olympic Association - hold elections or face suspension

Internal governance issues and court proceedings delayed IOA elections putting the association in peril of losing IOC standing

India sports leader ditches IOC, federation and NOC roles

Narinder Dhruv Batra was under immense pressure to resign his various posts

FINA, IOC publish Paris 2024 qualification system for aquatics

The Paris 2024 Games will feature athletes in 49 Olympic medal events across five disciplines

IOC reinstates Jim Thorpe as sole winner of 1912 Stockholm Olympics

Thorpe will finally be recognized as the gold medal winner of the decathlon and pentathlon

Bach checks out Birmingham and the World Games on his U.S. visit

IOC President Thomas Bach checked out the World Games in Birmingham as part of his summer visit to the United States

Paris 2024 sets final map of Olympic venues and waits for the last word from the IOC

Legacy, security, transport and budget for the Olympic Games on President Macron’s agenda with the organizers in two weeks

Russia and Belarus in doubt for Paris 2024 Games

Both countries face qualification challenges due to federations’ current ban on athletes from both countries

John Coates: Shinzo Abe was a force behind the Tokyo 2020 Olympics

The Australian IOC member worked closely with the assassinated former Japanese Prime Minister

Sports Ministers of more than 30 countries demand to suspend Russia and Belarus from international sports organizations

The Declaration of the European Union, the United States and other nations asks to ban broadcasts of international competitions in those two countries, while Moscow protests. More than 95 sports organizations have applied sanctions

Weightlifting moves forward, Olympic boxing stuck

Despite the flagrant leadership failures that have driven the sport of weightlifting to the brink of banishment from the Olympics, that prospect could be easing following the vote for new leaders.

Changing times: Is there still a need for women-only road races?

With 450 men joining about 7,000 women for the first time in the 50th running of the New York Mini 10K, the landscape is shifting

Author George Hirthler honored by IOC With DeCoubertin prize

The Atlanta-based writer is devotee of the Olympics founder

IBA out as governing body of Paris 2024 boxing tournament

The IOC Executive Board has expressed their concerns over boxing’s governing body for several years

IWF elects Mohammed Jaloud president as historic electoral congress wraps up

The IWF also elected a female first vice president for the first time in their history

Women receive a boost, nordic combined survives, and ski mountaineering debuts as IOC set sports program for 2026 Winter Olympics

Milano-Cortina 2026 set to be the most gender balanced Winter Olympics yet, with women given more opportunities in bobsleigh, luge, and ski jumping. However, they will remain absent in the sport of nordic combined, which remains under the IOC’s microscope.

Ursula Garza Papandrea: “If we’re not in the Olympic Games, you’ve effectively stolen the Olympic dream from every athlete who comes after this”

Candidate for IWF presidency says upcoming executive board elections must bring the right team together to save weightlifting as an Olympic sport

Candidate for IWF presidency says “we owe it to our athletes to make sure they are represented by leaders in the best possible way”

Mohamed Yousef Al-Mana believes weightlifters have suffered in the past and it’s time to change that

Give peace a chance says IOC chief on Olympic Day

June 23 is the anniversary of the founding of the IOC in 1894.

Russians win their appeals to be included in upcoming IWF elections

The Court of Arbitration for Sport upheld the appeals of three Russian officials ahead of IWF elections this weekend.

Martina Navratilova sounds off about the IOC’s “punting” of the transgender decisions to individual sports organizations

Navratilova criticized President Bach and the IOC for not being more of a pioneer in the discussion regarding transgender participants in athletics

Spain withdraws from the race for the Winter Olympics in 2030

The Spanish Olympic Committee announced that due to the lack of agreement between Aragon and Catalonia, the Olympic candidacy ceased to exist.

Refugee athletes make waves in Budapest; ready to light the track on fire in Eugene

A year after the second appearance of the Refugee Olympic Team, refugee athletes are back in action at this summer’s major competitions. Their presence is part of a greater push for inclusion within international sports.

Nordic combined athlete Annika Malacinski fights for women to be added to the Olympic program

The IOC Executive Board could decide Friday to achieve gender equity at the 2026 Milano Cortina Winter Games by adding women’s Nordic combined — or by dropping the men’s event.

Tamás Aján and Nicu Vlad given lifetime suspension from weightlifting

The two former officials were sanctioned for activities related to anti-doping rules violations over an extended period of time. The case brought weightlifting unwanted attention and helped place its spot on the Olympic sports program in jeopardy.

Afghan National Olympic Committee commits to sending male and female athletes to Paris 2024

Afghan women may be present at the Paris 2024 Olympics following a meeting between the IOC, Afghan NOC, and Afghan General Directorate of Physical Education & Sports. However, serious concerns about the state of women‘s sport in the country remain.

Utah bid leaders convene with IOC decision-makers in Lausanne as pursuit of 2030 Winter Games heats up

Salt Lake City-Utah Committee for the Games chief executive Fraser Bullock and chairwoman Catherine Raney Norman are being joined by USOPC CEO Sarah Hirshland and chairwoman Suzanne Lyons, among a delegation visiting Switzerland to further state their case to once again host the Olympic Winter Games. Vancouver bid makes push of their own unveiling new, innovative concept

Is Nordic Combined in jeopardy?

U.S. five-time Olympian Billy Demong is rallying the tight-knit Nordic Combined community, now including more women than ever with Olympic aspirations, to ensure the sport’s Olympic status remains intact despite mounting rumors and turmoil