Italy wins vote to host 2026 Winter Games
For the second time in 20 years, Italy will host the Olympics Winter Games, in 2026. IOC members voted for Milan-Cortina over Stockholm-Are from Sweden on Monday.
France to put ex-IAAF boss Diack, son on trial
A French judicial official says Lamine Diack will stand trial on charges of corruption, influence-trafficking and money laundering. One of his sons, Papa Massata Diack, also will stand trial.
U.S. wins gold at FIBA 3x3 hoops World Cup
The United States men's team won its first gold medal at the FIBA 3x3 World Cup with an 18-14 victory over Latvia.
IOC formally opens $145M new Switzerland HQ
The International Olympic Committee has formally opened Olympic House, the organization's new $145 million headquarters in Switzerland, which was built on the site of the IOC's former base of operations.
De Grasse wins 200 meters at Golden Spike
Canadian Andre De Grasse won the men's 200-meter race at the Golden Spike meet on Thursday, holding off a challenge from American sprinter Christian Coleman.
USOC renamed to include Paralympic movement
The U.S. Olympic Committee will be known as the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee under a change approved Thursday.
Staley will have familiar staff for 2020 Olympics
WNBA coaches Cheryl Reeve and Dan Hughes were among the assistants named to USA Basketball coach Dawn Staley's staff for the Summer Games in Japan.
IOC lifts suspension on India hosting events
The IOC has lifted a suspension on India hosting Olympic-related sports events, imposed in February after two athletes from Pakistan were denied visas to compete.
WADA shares 110K files of Russian doping data
As Russia pushes to have its track team fully reinstated for the track and field world championships, WADA hands over about 110,000 files on Russia to the Athletics Integrity Unit.
Track coach charged with molesting ex-athlete
Onetime Olympian and longtime coach Conrad Avondale Mainwaring was arrested on charges of molesting a former athlete -- one of nearly three dozen men who told Outside the Lines the coach sexually abused them over the past 44 years.
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Froome won't retire despite horror crash - Brailsford
Team Ineos manager Dave Brailsford expects four times Tour de France champion Chris Froome to return to elite cycling after last week's horror crash at the Criterium du Dauphine.
Archery World Championships: Indian men's recurve team claim silver medal
India won silver in the men's recurve team event at the Archery World Championships after losing to China in the final in Netherlands on Sunday.
Archery World Championships: Jyothi Surekha Vennam, women's compound team win bronzes
Jyothi Surekha Vennam and the women's compound team won a bronze medal each for India at the Archery World Championships in the Netherlands on Saturday.
2011 Vuelta winner banned for doping violation
Spain's Juan Jose Cobo has been found guilty of an anti-doping rule violation based on "abnormalities" in his biological passport between 2009 and 2011, the International Cycling Union (UCI) said on Thursday.
Semenya wins again as IAAF case goes on
Caster Semenya returned to the track with victory in the 2000 metres at the Meeting de Montreuil in France as her appeal against proposed rules demanding she lower her testosterone levels continues.
Semenya named in South Africa World Champs squad
Double Olympic 800 metres champion Caster Semenya has been included in South Africa's preliminary team for this year's world championships in Qatar, but her participation still depends on the outcome of an appeal to the Swiss Federal Tribunal.