With its Olympic future in the balance, Alex Watson looks to unseat Schormann as UIPM President
Modern pentathlon hopes to quell internal politics over how new discipline obstacle took place of show jumping on the program
UIPM feels confident new obstacle discipline will “transform modern pentathlon”
With the testing phase over, the obstacle discipline has received great feedback from fellow pentathletes
Roy Jones Jr. comes to the defense of Olympic boxing
The champion boxer holds dual American and Russian citizenship
LAX improvements speeding along on road to 2028 Olympics
Delta and LAX celebrate the completion of Terminal 3 as construction is 18 months ahead of schedule for the 2028 Olympics
IBA rules Russian and Belarusian boxers may now fight under both countries’ flags and anthems
IBA emphasizes the importance of being “politically neutral and independent” in allowing fighters from both nations to fully represent their countries
Former USOC chairman honored in Los Angeles
Peter Ueberroth also served as President of the Los Angeles 1984 Olympic Organizing Committee
This is your captain speaking: Delta Air Lines becomes first company to integrate brand with LA28 logo
What’s in an A? For Delta Air Lines and LA28, a symbolic partnership.
IOC Coordination Commission visits Los Angeles with eye on 2028 Summer Olympics
The visit is sure to be one of many as LA gets ready to host the Olympic Games for the third time
Flag Football front and center at NFL kickoff in L.A.
Angeleños were introduced to the sport of flag football during the opening week of the NFL season
IOC approves new qualification system for boxing in the lead up to Paris 2024
The International Boxing Association is still facing suspension as governance issues remain
IBA president Umar Kremlev challenged to live debate in the ring
With the sport in turmoil and boxing’s Olympic future uncertain, Kremlev’s leadership has been questioned by many
UIPM ready for more obstacle testing at UIPM 2022 Junior World Championships
The event in October will be the fourth official test of obstacle as the proposed new 5th discipline
World ParaVolley looks to the sand with hopes to expand
Despite being a popular inclusion at the Olympic Games, beach volleyball has never featured at the Paralympics. World ParaVolley is ready for that to change.
LA28 and Team USA secure retail and merchandising deal with Fanatics
Athletes, officials, and spectators attending or streaming the 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games will be able to purchase merchandise online and in-person under a new agreement signed between Team USA, LA28 and Fanatics.
USOPC Selects new International Relations Chief
Delise O’Meally joined the staff of the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee on August 15.
PlayLA Youth & Adaptive Sports Program kicks off Youth Adaptive Sports summer season
Allyson Felix discusses life after track and field, LA28 and serving on the IOC Athletes’ Commission
The 11-time Olympic medalist is eager to make an impact in her new roles on the IOC Athletes Commission and at LA28. Felix, the mother of her now three-year daughter Camryn, is also partnering with Clorox, leading a newly launched back-to-school campaign targeted towards moms
IFAF President sees flag football as perfect fit for LA28
Olympic dreams have reached a fever pitch for American football, as sport pursues a place under the five rings ahead of the LA28 Summer Olympics.
World Lacrosse CEO hopeful to see sport reintroduced to the Olympics
Lacrosse is one of the oldest sports in North America, but come the LA28 Summer Olympics, it could be one of the freshest offerings at the Games.
Olympic dreams grounded for flying disc
Horses will be ridden, balls volleyed, and hurdles leaped when the Olympic Games come to Los Angeles in 2028. However, discs will remain grounded after flying disc was left off a shortlist of sports invited to submit proposals for inclusion in the LA28 Summer Olympics.