International Olympic Committee President Jacques Rogge has said “timing is right” for women’s boxing to be part of the Olympics.
Bahrain's first Olympic track and field gold medalist, an Italian cycling silver medalist and a prominent German cyclist are among the six athletes caught for blood doping in retests of their Beijing samples.
Six Olympic athletes have tested positive for doping in retesting of samples from the Beijing Games, the International Olympic Committee said on Tuesday.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has voted to abolish the international legs of the Olympic torch relay leading up the games at its executive meeting in Denver, Colorado.
A panel of anti-doping experts is pushing for increased efforts to teach equestrian riders about doping rules in an attempt to solve the sport's problems with horses failing drug tests at the Olympics.
Five women from Burundi, Cuba, Mongolia, Papua New Guinea and Croatia were honoured by the International Olympic Committee on Thursday for promoting the cause of women in sports.
The IAAF would like even tougher rules on out-of-competition drug tests, and flatly rejects demands for a holiday break from doping controls for the world's top athletes.
The IOC today announced that it has received the Candidature Files of the four cities bidding to host the Games of the XXXI Olympiad in 2016.
Innsbruck will host the 1st Winter Youth Olympic Games in 2012. The result was unveiled today by IOC President Jacques Rogge at the IOC headquarters in Lausanne.
About 500 doping samples from the Beijing Olympics will be retested next month for CERA and other illegal substances, the IOC said on Tuesday.