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Boxing body excluded by IOC from Tokyo 2020

AIBA's exclusion is due to issues surrounding its finances and governance.

Milan-Cortina d’Ampezzo wins hosting rights for 2026 Winter Olympics

Italy’s interior minister estimates the Games will generate €5 billion (US$5.69 billion) and create 20,000 jobs.

IOC chief calls Semenya case ‘complicated and delicate’

The IOC would create a group of 'experts from science, from ethics as well as athletes' representatives and from international federations' to examine the ruling.

IOC withdraws Olympic places from India event over visa row

The committee says it is suspending all discussions on potential future hosting of Olympic-related events in India until it received 'written guarantees' from the government that the country would comply with IOC rules.

MOM: Malaysia akan hilang peluang anjur sukan bertaraf dunia jika sekat...

Pendirian Malaysia terhadap Israel bercanggah dengan semangat Olimpik di mana sukan tidak seharusnya dikaitkan dengan politik.

Koreas to meet IOC in February on joint Olympic bid

The joint bid for the 2032 Games was part of a broader agreement between Kim Jong Un and President Moon Jae-in.

Samsung extends Olympics sponsorship to 2028

Samsung is one of 14 top sponsors of the Olympics that also includes Coca-Cola, Intel and Panasonic.

IOC chief: Tokyo ‘best-prepared’ city for Olympics

Japan has mostly lived up to its reputation for efficiency, with construction projects generally on schedule.

Tokyo Games savings at US$4.3 billion but more to come, says...

The IOC welcomes the savings, saying more should be done to make sure the Games budget is balanced or even profitable for organisers.

Argentina’s Youth Olympics budget ‘reduced by 40%’

According to IOC president Thomas Bach, the budget would be reduced, though Bach did not specify how.

Talks to reinstate Kuwait heading “in a positive direction”

The Kuwait Olympic Committee has been banned since October 2015 after the government was accused of interference with a new sports law.

Disaster risks make Tokyo 2020 planning ‘more complex’, IOC’s Coates says

According to John Coates of the IOC, when the Olympics come to Tokyo in 2020, the risks of disaster will have to be taken into account

IOC provisionally lifts Kuwait suspension in time for Asian Games

The lifting of the ban allows Kuwait to take part in the Asian Games.

Kazakhstan detains suspect in Olympic figure skating medallist’s murder

ALMATY: Authorities in Kazakhstan said on Friday they had detained a suspect in the murder of Olympic figure skater Denis Ten, who won bronze...

E-sports in talks with Paris 2024 over demonstration event

The International e-Sports Federation has been discussing the inclusion of e-sports as a demonstration event at the 2024 Paris Oympics.

Questions on judo, sailing, triathlon remain for 2020, IOC’s Coates says

During preparations for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, the three sports have been plagued by various issues.

Italy puts forward bid to host 2026 Winter Games in Milan...

If the bid is successful, the Winter Olympics will return to Italy for the first time since 2006.

Russian Olympic Committee reinstated by IOC

The Russian Olympic Committee had been suspended by the IOC in December 2017 after repeated doping violations.

IOC cungkil bakat pelajar OKU

IOC memberi penekanan kepada satu pembentukan komuniti inklusif dengan menggalakkan pergaulan serta jalinan hubungan lebih baik antara OKU dan individu normal.

Alibaba turns heads as it joins Games sponsorship waltz

Alibaba Chief Executive said that the company was looking to improve how merchandise is sold during the Games.

Figure skating-Zagitova gives OAR first Pyeongchang gold

Skating in a flashy red tutu, Zagitova held on for her opening jump, a triple Lutz, and went on to land another six triple jumps.

Russian curler’s doping hearing cancelled, says CAS

A decision in the case will be announced later and will be based on written submissions.

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IOC spokesman Mark Adams tells the former Olympian that if he didn't 'like the coffee' could go to another coffee shop'

Doping case ‘extremely disappointing’ if proven, say IOC

A fresh doping case would be deeply embarrassing for Russia, which was banned from the Pyeongchang Olympics over state-sponsored doping.

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