With the Olympic Games set to kick off at the end of July, preparations for the Games are beginning in…
The Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) has announced a 355-strong team to compete at the upcoming Olympic Games – 50 more athletes than in Rio
The four-time Olympic champion, Mo Farah, has said he won’t be retiring after he failed to qualify for Tokyo in the 10,000m
America’s Ryan Crouser broke the 31-year-old outdoor shot put world record while competing at the U.S Olympic Trials in Oregon
American record-holder Shelby Houlihan has been dealt a 4-year doping ban, citing a pork burrito as the reason behind her positive result.
10,000 volunteers set to work at the Games have pulled out, though the IOC insists they will have enough numbers to ensure a smoothly run event
The Australian women’s softball team touched down in Japan today, becoming the first team to travel there since the Games were first postponed
Butterfly ace Chad le Clos (pictured) will open up this evening’s finals session in the men’s 100 fly after qualifying in 5th place
Dutchman Arno Kamminga (pictured) is up in the first race of the evening after cruising this morning’s prelims of the men’s 200 breast
The IOC has this week confirmed that the Olympic Games will ‘absolutely’ go ahead even if Tokyo remains in a state of emergency.
Switzerland’s Nora Meister (pictured) clocked the first of tonight’s three world records to win gold in the S6 400 freestyle
With 100 days to go until the Paralympics begin, the logistics of the Games, including vaccination procedures, are still being worked through.
Multiple athletes will not be getting behind the blocks this evening due to event quotas including GB’s Ross Murdoch and Hungary’s Boglarka Kapas (pictured)
Dutchman Arno Kamminga (pictured) goes in behind Adam Peaty as the second-fastest seed in the men’s 100 breast with his newly posted personal best of 57.90.
A host of nations downed their respective national records mark in the prelims of the 4×100 free relays, including two records from Ireand