SEOUL (Reuters) - Seoul welcomed confirmation by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) that 22 North Korean athletes would compete in next month's Winter Olympics, saying on Sunday it would aid peace and the easing of tensions on the Korean peninsula.
Olympic and government officials from North Korea and South Korea have begun a meeting at the International Olympic Committee (IOC) headquarters in Switzerland to confirm how they will unite for the Pyeongchang Winter Games next month
Olympic and government officials from North Korea and South Korea have begun a meeting at the International Olympic Committee (IOC) headquarters in Switzerland to confirm how they will unite for … Click to Continue »
The International Olympic Committee says it has created a pool of 389 Russians who are eligible to compete under a neutral flag at next month's Winter Olympics amid the country's doping scandal
North and South Korea want to field a joint women's hockey team at the Pyeongchang Olympics, and have relayed their position to the International Olympic Committee, officials in Seoul said … Click to Continue »
North and South Korea have agreed in principle to field a joint women's ice hockey team during next month's Olympics in South Korea and relayed their position to the International Olympic Committee
CLAUDIA ROSETT: North Korea Games the Olympics. “If the International Olympic Committee ever decides to add Totalitarian Cruelty and Nuclear Extortion to its roster of Olympic sports, it might make sense for the IOC to bend over backwards to include North Korea — which would be a shoo-in for the gold.” Ouch. And that’s just […]
(Reuters) - North and South Korean athletes could parade together at the opening ceremony of next month's Pyeongchang Winter Games, under a proposal the International Olympic Committee will consider next week, a source said.
The International Olympic Committee says it welcomes moves by North Korea to take part in next month's Winter Olympics in South Korea
It appears the International Olympic Committee is fairly serious about banning Russia from the 2018 Winter Games. The IOC has ruled that individual Russians may participate as “neutrals” if they can prove they have competed without doping, but on Wednesday it issued strict rules about what those...
The Olympic athletes From Russia could be sporting this look in February. Earlier in December, the International Olympic Committee banned the entire country of Russia from competing in the upcoming 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang. Show More Summary
Rachel Maddow reports that the International Olympic Committee has banned Russia from the 2018 Winter Olympic Games after a year-long investigation into...
The International Olympic Committee hasn’t decided on uniforms for Russians authorized to compete independently, but that has as much to do with geopolitics as with design.
Masha Gessen on the International Olympic Committee’s ban on Russia competing in the 2018 Olympic Winter Games, and on Vladimir Putin’s view of the I.O.C. ban.
The filmmakers of "Icarus" applauded the International Olympic Committee's decision to ban Russia from competing in the 2018 Winter Olympics
The International Olympic Committee ruled Tuesday that Russia would be barred from the 2018 Games
The International Olympic Committee announced on Tuesday that it has arrived at the unprecedented decision to ban Russia from the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. As the New York Times first reported in 2016, Russia has been running a massive state-run doping scheme for years. In that report, Grigory Rodchenkov, who ran the […]
On Tuesday, the International Olympic Committee announced that it had banned Russia from competing in the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Read more...
The International Olympic Committee has barred the Russian team from competing in Pyeongchang in February over widespread doping at the last edition of the Winter Games in 2014
The International Olympic Committee announced Tuesday Russia will not be allowed to compete in the 2018 Winter Olympics over widespread, state sponsored doping. Mark Phillips reports.