Bach questions Winter Olympics and World Cup clash
IOC President Thomas Bach spoke on Tuesday in the capital of Brazil after a meeting with Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff.
(01:13) | February 25, 2015
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Bach happy with Rio progress
Olympics: 2016 Olympic Games Coordination Commission met in Rio de Janeiro, IOC President Thomas Bach said he's "very much satisfied" with Rio Olympics progess.
(01:14) | Feb 24, 2015
7.5-million tickets available for the Rio Olympic Games
Olympics: The Rio 2016 Olympic Committee said that 7.5-million tickets will be available for the Games in Brazil in what organisers have called a 'fair and transparent ticketing process'.
(01:04) | Jan 16, 2015
Kerrigan backs Boston as 2024 Olympic city
Olympics: Former Olympian Nancy Kerrigan believes Boston would be a great city to host the Olympics after it was chosen as the US nominee for the 2024 summer games.
(00:59) | Jan 10, 2015
Rio 2016 organisers deny government concerns
Olympics: The organisers of the Rio 2016 Olympics have insisted they have no concerns over the change of Brazilian sports minister.
(01:47) | Jan 9, 2015
Beijing to bid for 2022 Winter games
Olympics: Beijing and Almaty have handed their bid papers over to the IOC as they prepare to host the 2022 Winter Olympic Games.
(01:20) | Jan 8, 2015
Bolt: Plans to remove Olympic 200m event 'ridiculous'
Olympics: Usain Bolt describes rumoured proposals to remove the 200m from Olympic competition as 'ridiculous.'
(01:24) | Dec 18, 2014
Rome announces 2024 Olympic bid
Olympics: Italy's Prime Minister has announced Rome will enter a bid to host the 2024 Summer Olympic Games.
(01:11) | Dec 17, 2014
'Super bacteria' found in Brazil port
Olympics: There are concerns over Brazil's preparations for the 2016 Olympic Games after a 'super-bacteria' was discovered in waters that will hold the sailing and windsurfing events.
(00:45) | Dec 17, 2014
Bach delighted with Olympic reform victory
Olympics: Thomas Bach never thought reform could be this easy, and admitted as much after a 40-point package was approved by the International Olympic Committee.
(04:19) | Dec 9, 2014
AthleticsJamaica have been warned they risk being expelled from the 2016 Olympics if they fail to overhaul their drug-testing programme
GymnasticsBeth Tweddle, Britain's most successful gymnast, has announced her retirement from the sport to launch the first athlete-led London 2012 legacy programme on the Olympic site
Olympic sportThe sport of rhythmic gymnastics has been rocked by news that its judges have been cheating
TaekwondoOlympic taekwondo bronze medallist and double world champion Sarah Stevenson has confirmed her decision to retire from the sport with immediate effect
CanoeingFormer Olympic gold medallist Tim Brabants has announced he is set to retire from canoeing
There was a Python, a diva or two and more tears in the east end of London last night when the "legacy" Olympics finally ended