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Kuwaiti Shooter Becomes First Competitor Representing Independent Olympic Athletes to Win a Gold Medal

Kuwait's Fehaid Al-Deehani became the first-ever competitor representing the Independent Olympic Athletes (IOA) team to win a gold medal after claiming victory in the...

Olympic Leaders Express Commitment to Gender Equality

“Gender equality is not a ‘women’s issue.’ It is a basic human right of profound importance and fundamental principle of the Olympic Charter,” said...

German Olympic Team Continues Adidas Partnership

"The Adidas brand is an integral part of the German Olympic team", said Alfons Hörmann, President of the German DOSB Olympic Sports Confederation, announcing...

IOC President Thomas Bach’s Speech on the Occasion of the Opening Ceremony of the...

Boa noite, cariocas, Boa noite, Brasil, Dear fellow Olympians, Distingués représentants des autorités brésiliennes, Votre Excellence, Monsieur le Secrétaire général des Nations Unies, Ban Kimoon, Excellences, Monsieur...

LA 2024 Bid Features Emojis

Labelled as part of its work to create a new Games for a new era and attract new fans to the Olympic movement, the...

Groupe ADP to Support Paris 2024 Bid

The Paris 2024 Bid Committee has confirmed Groupe ADP, the authority that owns and manages the airports in the Paris region, including Paris-Charles de...

U. S. Basketball Avoidance of Athlete Village Creates Conversation

More than 200 comments were posted on the New York Times’ sport page in connection with Andrew Kehaug’s article about the U.S. men’s and...

Chinese Take Issue With Australian Swimmers Doping Comments

A mouthpiece for China’s Communist party has joined the country’s netizens in heaping abuse on Australian swimmer Mack Horton, after Horton disparaged his Chinese...

Eighty Years Since the Berlin Olympics that the World Will Never Forget

Even 80 years on, the Berlin Games of 1936 remain the most controversial and most talked about in the history of the modern Olympic...

IAAF Propose to Transfer Major Decision-Making Power from President to Congress in Sweeping Reform...

Reducing the number of vice-presidents from four to two and abolishing the position of treasurer are among proposals put forward following a two-day International...

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