On a day when Los Angeles officials had hoped to launch their campaign for the 2024 Summer Games, the International Olympic Committee opened bidding with a new kind of procedure.
Boston will represent the U.S. in the bid to host the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games, the United States Olympic Committee announced Thursday. International bid submissions aren't due until September, so don't hold your breath, Bostonians. Show More Summary
The U.S. Olympic Committee announced Monday that its board would discuss the four cities' bids at Denver International Airport later this week — and then possibly travel to the winning city.
The fate of Los Angeles’ campaign to bid for the 2024 Summer Games could be decided Thursday during a special U.S. Olympic Committee board meeting at Denver International Airport.
The International Olympic Committee will open bidding for the 2024 Summer Games -- a process that will include a new "invitation" phase -- late next week.
Just weeks after the International Olympic Committee voted to allow future Games to be divided between neighboring cities and countries, Kazakhstan has said it will pursue a split bid for 2022.
As South Korea buckles under the enormous financial pressure of hosting the 2018 Winter Olympics, the International Olympic Committee recently made a practical suggestion: Move some events to other nations.
The International Olympic Committee voted last week to abolish the cap on the number of sports offered at each Games while still limiting the number of athletes to around 10,500 and medal events to 310. This means event-heavy sports could see a reduction in competitions to make way for sports that have a greater appeal […]
Switzerland will soon start giving the leaders of FIFA and the International Olympic Committee intense financial scrutiny.
This week, the International Olympic Committee made history when it announced it would add sexual orientation to the list of traits for which an athlete cannot be discriminated against. The decision, which received unanimous supportShow More Summary
From the beginning, golf sold the International Olympic Committee on its return to the Olympic program with the idea that the game's greatest players would compete on the quadrennial stage. It was central to golf landing a spot in the...Show More Summary
Kosovo can send its own team to the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Summer Olympic Games after winning full recognition from the International Olympic Committee on Tuesday.
According to a report by Reuters, the International Olympic Committee yesterday passed a resolution that will create an OTT channel for year-round coverage of Olympic sports. The channel will be operated by Olympic Broadcasting Services (in Madrid) with an estimated cost of $600 million to operate over the first seven years. Show More Summary
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) approved a rewording of its Principle 6 on sexual discrimination to beef up its support of homosexuality in what IOC President Thomas Bach of Germany called "a very important step." In a unanimous...Show More Summary
The International Olympic Committee voted in favor of 40 new rules, including one that protects people against discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation. Will that help LGB athletes? read more
With few cities willing to host them, the Olympics are in trouble. And with ongoing allegations of fraud and incompetence, the International Olympic Committee is in even more trouble. Today, the IOC approved dozens of new rules that attempt to address the expense and mismanagement of the Games. Read more...
The International Olympic Committee unanimously approved a revision of its non-discrimination policy to include sexual orientation.
Via the Associated Press: Thomas Bach never thought it would be this easy. In rapid fashion and without a single vote against or even an abstention, the International Olympic Committee on Monday overwhelmingly approved its president's 40-point reform package — the biggest shake-up of the organization in decades. Show More Summary
International Olympic Committee members began a much-anticipated meeting Monday by adopting the first portion of a historic reform package.
In a unanimous vote earlier today, the International Olympic Committee approved a revised non-discrimination policy that reads: "The enjoyment of the rights and freedoms set forth in this Olympic Charter shall be secured without discrimination of any kind, such as...