The International Olympic Committee has not announced whether vaccination will be a requirement for all in Beijing.
U.S. athletes trying to make the Winter Olympics will have to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 under a directive announced Wednesday by the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee
Madi Wilson said she is "double vaccinated" and added that the whirlwind of competing in Tokyo left her "run down" and "more susceptible" to the virus.
Olympic teams have been urged to contact the IOC about getting more vaccines ahead of the 2022 Beijing Winter Games
CONCACAF took an unusual decision to eliminate its men’s Olympic qualifying tournament and will instead have under-20 teams determine its representatives at the Paris Games in 2024
Kenya’s former sports minister paid a fine of just over $32,000 to avoid a six-year jail sentence after being convicted of corruption and abuse of office
The Court of Arbitration for Sport denies the former Nike elite distance running coach's appeal.
It's long past time for those who ignored complaints about the USA Gymnastics team doctor to face justice.
WADA said it will review the status of cannabis on its banned substance list, although it will remain prohibited next year.
Kenya’s former sports minister has been convicted of corruption and abuse of office relating to the misuse of more than $800,000 that was meant for the country’s 2016 Olympic team
The World Anti-Doping Agency has warned Russia not to interfere in drug-testing in the country and asked that a year-old vacancy at the top of the national anti-doping body be filled
Two-time Olympic champion in the hammer throw and world record holder Yuriy Sedykh has died
The organizing committee for the 2028 Los Angeles Olympics has elevated its top marketing officer to CEO as it ramps up preparations for the Games that are now less than seven years away
Ukraine wants to enter formal talks about hosting the Winter Olympics
Twenty years after the attacks of Sept. 11, and just days after the Taliban took control of Kabul, a small group of American combat veterans competing in the Tokyo Paralympics -- a corps of elite athletes who have triumphed over catastrophic injuries they suffered in Iraq and Afghanistan
Olympic power broker Sheikh Ahmad al-Fahad al-Sabah of Kuwait has been found guilty of forgery linked to implicating political rivals in Kuwait in a coup plot
Lyles returned to Alexandria to meet fans, raise mental health awareness and discuss the aftermath of his bronze medal performance in Tokyo.
As U.S. troops left Afghanistan, Zakia Khudadadi and Hossain Rasouli overcame obstacles to get to Tokyo but arrived too late for the Opening Ceremonies.
American record-holder Shelby Houlihan received a four-year ban after her camp disputed the punishment throughout a six-month saga.
Sydney Barta, a senior at National Cathedral School in Washington, overcame a childhood accident and 21 surgeries to reach the Paralympics in Tokyo.