The IOC’s statement of cooperation with the investigation comes after IOC President Thomas Bach missed the opening of the Paralympics in Rio, where police wanted to interview him about the case.
Three of the eight members of FINA’s Doping Control Review Board (DCRB), including Chairman Dr. Andrew Pipe, have resigned, reportedly in…
Refugee Team Athlete Yusra Mardini won her heat of the women’s 100 butterfly.
In a conference call today with media across the world, IOC president Thomas Bach posed the question “how far can you make…
Hannah Hecht contributed to this report. In a conference call on Sunday from Switzerland, IOC president Thomas Bach made the…
Following the publication of WADA’s report by Richard McLaren on systematic state-sponsored doping in Russia and McLaren’s conference, the International Olympic Committee has released a statement on the findings.
The front of the medals features “Rio 2016” surrounded by laurel leaves – a symbol of victory in ancient Greece. The back of the medals feature the Greek goddess of victory, Nike.
The retesting of London samples renders unfavorable results for 23 athletes.
IOC President Thomas Bach said in a conference call on Wednesday that more Russian Federations could be banned from the Olympics…
Today the Brazilian Senate has voted to proceed with the impeachment of current Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff, leaving the country without its leader less than 90 days from the Olympics’ Opening Ceremony.
In the ever-evolving global anti-doping environment, this week the International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced a significant change in the handling of positive drug tests rendered during the Rio Olympic Games.
Due to the ‘explosive spreading’ of the Zika virus throughout Latin America, where reported cases number in the four million range this year alone, the World Health Organization (WHO) has declared a public health state of emergency.
International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach talked anti-doping in a press conference last week, noting that although he would support lifetime bans for doping, they wouldn’t hold up legally.
International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach told reporters at the IOC executive board meetings in Kuala Lumpur that he was confident that Rio De Janeiro will put together a great Olympic Games next year.
Impairing the performances of American opponents and the integrity of sports and competition is not for sale at any price. We won’t stand for it. We won’t permit it.