Japanese news agency Kyodo is reporting that a consulting company working for the Tokyo Olympic bid committee paid about $370,000 to the son of then-influential IOC member Lamine Diack

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Sponsors dropped hammer thrower Gwen Berry after her anthem protest at the 2019 Pan-Am Games. A new nonprofit wants to help.

The CEO of the Tokyo Olympics and the IOC member in charge of Japan’s games have dismissed a new study from the University of Oxford that finds Tokyo is the most expensive Summer Games since 1960

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Australians have such fond memories of the Sydney Olympics that officials brought back several of their star athletes to help celebrate the 20th anniversary

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The three-time Olympic beach volleyball gold medalist described a recent shopping trip in which she did not wear a mask as a 'little exercise in being brave.'

Kerri Walsh Jennings probably should have dug a little deeper into Ralph Waldo Emerson before offering him up for her “little exercise in being brave.”

IOC president Thomas Bach says progress with vaccines and rapid testing for COVID-19 will not be the complete answer for staging the Tokyo Olympics

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Caster Semenya's career as Olympic 800-meter champion is probably over after Swiss high court confirms CAS ruling.

The International Olympic Committee and Japanese organizers are trying to remove public doubts that the postponed Tokyo Olympics will take place next year despite the COVID-19 pandemic

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After the United States threatened to pull WADA funding, the organization's president said American athletes' eligibility could be affected.

The prospect of limiting spectators will be one of the measures under discussion as talks begin on how to stage the event safely next summer.

“The simple fact is that the word ‘squaw’ is now widely accepted as a racial and sexist slur towards indigenous women," said the president of the resort.

Jamaican prime minister says police are investigating to make sure the country's pandemic laws were not broken.

At least three skaters have turned down invitations to train with Wilma Boomstra on the national team, accusing her of abuse and bullying.

Barbara Gicquel tested positive for a banned substance after a 2019 race, setting off a year-long fight over medication she has taken for years.

In his biggest competition so far in 2020, Lyles made a political statement by raising his fist in the air before winning the 200 meters in Monaco.

You may have seen video of the swimmer's viral stunt. It required the technique of an Olympic champion — and it didn't hurt to have short hair, either.

The legislation, crafted in the wake of the Larry Nassar scandal, seeks to empower athletes.

Bridie Farrell was 15 when she says one of speedskating's biggest stars abused her. A new law allows her to seek justice 23 years later.

One question kept hitting the most decorated Olympic athlete in history: "Who was I, outside of the swimming pool?”

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