The International Olympic Committee is poised to hand the 2024 and 2028 Summer Games to Paris and Los Angeles, with a landmark double hosting deal set to be approved
'This is a historic day for FIBA and 3x3,' says FIBA Secretary General Patrick Baumann
The IOC said the action was being taken following evidence produced by World Anti-Doping Agency investigator Richard McLaren, who released his latest report on December 9
(UPDATED) International sport had been 'hijacked' by the Russians, according to Canadian lawyer Richard McLaren, who has previously accused Russia of 'state-sponsored' cheating
There are 7 medalists on the latest list of dope cheats released by the International Olympic Committee, but the Russian 3000m women's steeplechase winner is the only champion on the list
US President Barack Obama compares the IOC's decision-making to the scandal-hit FIFA
Prosecutors say the Olympic Broadcast Services subjected thousands of workers to 'abusive' labor conditions
'Three more Russian Olympic medallists have tested positive for banned substances'
4 Olympic swimmers face a disciplinary inquiry after fabricating a story about being robbed at gunpoint to cover up a drunken incident at a gas station
The head of the European Olympic Committees is detained at a luxury hotel in Rio as police look to crack down on ticket scalping
Russia will have its smallest team for more than a century for the Olympic games
Surfing, karate and climbing will also be included in the Tokyo Olympics
'In a surprise broadside, Bach said the uncovering of widespread Russian doping had shown up deficiencies in the World Anti-Doping Agency'
Days before the Olympics start, the WADA came under attack from the IOC
With Kuwait banned from the Rio Olympics, legendary shooter Fehaid al-Deehani has made a stand against carrying the neutral team flag
The panel will examine each case individually and make the 'final decision' before Friday
The number of banned Russians for the Olympics now stands at 41 since Sunday
'If the international federations enforce the conditions established by the IOC, and if the IOC takes responsibility for ensuring that they do, then we will have taken an important step in the right direction'
The IOC defers the decision to the discretion of individual sports federations after failing to agree on a blanket ban for state-run doping
Sibel Ozkan is ordered to return her silver medal after a sample retest showed signs of the banned substance stanozolol
The Court of Arbitration for Sport ruling on Russia's athletics team is seen as a key indicator, as the International Olympic Committee debates whether to order a blanket ban on Russia from the Rio Games
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) calls for all Russian competitors and officials to be banned from next month's Olympics
The village is made up of 31 buildings and will host more than 10,000 athletes
Skateboarding is one of 5 sports which could debut at the 2020 Olympics
The 4-month Olympic torch relay will cross part of Greece and scores of Brazilian cities before it arrives at Rio's Maracana Stadium for the August 5 Games opening ceremony
Paris, Rome, Los Angeles, and Budapest are vying to host the 2024 Olympics
'It is a potential health problem ... not only for our athletes but for everyone else should they get infected'
Beijing will become the first city to host the Summer and Winter Olympics after defeating Almaty, Kazakhstan by a narrow margin for the rights to stage the 2022 Winter Games
The International Olympic Committee has chosen its home city in Switzerland to host the Winter Youth Olympics in 2020
Tokyo's budget compared favorably with previous Olympics, insists John Coates, chairman of the IOC's Tokyo 2020 coordination commission
The changes are part of a push by IOC chief Thomas Bach to make the world's biggest sporting event cheaper to stage and more attractive, as well as bolster the credibility of the IOC
'For all the young athletes who went to Nanjing, this year’s games were their first Olympic experience. For some, it will be their only Olympic experience'
The 7-man delegation, aged 15 to 17 years old, will compete in 6 sports events – triathlon, swimming, archery, track and field, artistic gymnastics, and air rifle.
The spotlight falls on the 'marvelous city''s ambitious $16 billion project for the Olympics' first visit to South America
Sewage in the bay hosting sailing competitions and slow work at other sites have raised concerns about Rio 2016, in a repeat of the delays that had workers scrambling to polish off stadiums only days before the World Cup began
Some of the most memorable moments and performances from the packed Fisht Stadium as the XXII Olympic Winter Games comes to a close
In a glitzy closing ceremony, International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Thomas Bach says 'Russia delivered all what it had promised'
In a show themed "Reflections of Russia," a Marc Chagall fantasy world of brides and fiddlers, clowns and acrobats, children and animals came to life in a scene inspired by one of his paintings
At Sochi, there is a reduced emphasis on post-competition tests and more on pre-competition in a bid to catch potential offenders unawares
A Russian environmentalist who campaigned against damage caused by Olympic development was sentenced to three years in a penal colony
The big surprise was the complete absence on the podium of Japanese teen sensation Sara Takanashi, currently World Cup leader and Youth Olympic champion
Their presence on the international stage has been late in coming, compared to men's ski jumping, which has featured in every Olympics since 1924 in Chamonix, France
Concerns still remain over Russia's suitability as a venue, with a another anti-Games ecological activist sent to jail and protests planned worldwide over Russia's now notorious anti-gay law
Russia welcomes the first teams to its southern resort of Sochi less than a week ahead of the start to the Olympic Games, as organizers worked all out to finish accommodations on time
Russian former chess great Garry Kasparov calls on athletes to protest, saying that Sochi 2014 promoted "dictatorship"
IOC: '...The email sent to a number of NOCs contains no threat and appears to be a random message from a member of the public'
Concerns over the risk of militant attacks and a controversy over gay rights threatening to overshadow the winter sports extravaganza itself
Reedie was elected after sporting leaders passed new laws that will ban cheating athletes for 4 years.
The eye-catching architectural centerpiece – a futuristic, bike-helmet-shaped stadium – is too big say detractors
Actors in ancient Greek costume invoked the god Apollo in the ruins of the 2,600-year-old Temple of Hera, using a parabolic mirror to harness the sun's rays and kindle a flame on the torch