Before he got out of town, the great Canadian snowboarder Mark McMorris called the Beijing Games a version of “sports prison.”
A drugs test controversy that has overshadowed Beijing 2022 is set to rumble on after the Winter Olympics finishes.
Beijing might have seemed like the best option at the time.
The Beijing Winter Olympics open in just under two months and are the target of a diplomatic boycott by the United States, with others likely …
Transgender women athletes shouldn’t be seen as having an unfair advantage, according to new guidelines released this week by the International Olympic Committee.
New Zealand weightlifter Laurel Hubbard is set to become the first transgender athlete to compete in the Olympics.
IOC President Thomas Bach issued a gentle plea to all competitors to get vaccinated before the Tokyo Olympics — if a vaccine is available.
Regional Olympic officials on Wednesday rallied around the IOC and backed its stance on opening the Tokyo Games as scheduled, one day after direct criticism from athletes amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Tokyo was supposed to be a "safe pair of hands" after Rio de Janeiro's corruption and near-meltdown three years ago. Mostly, it has been.
Paris 2024: Electric Boogaloo? When the Olympics get underway in the French capital five-plus years from now, break dancing may be part of the program.
GANGNEUNG, South Korea - The clash Tuesday night in South Korea between Russia and the United States was lopsided on the ice, convivial in the stands and never really happened in the eyes of the International Olympic Committee.
Russians allowed to be in Olympics
The Games are a sacred occasion
U.S. hoops team caps unbeaten tour
Those in Rio de Janeiro rushing to get the city ready for the Summer Olympics might be the only ones who take solace in the cloud that covers …
Rogge: IOC 'ready' to deal with doping