Grand National trainer sorry for dead horse photo
Leading Irish race horse trainer Gordon Elliott confirmed that an image circulating on social media of him sitting on a dead horse is genuine and apologised for "any offence caused."
America's Cup races postponed amid lockdown
The first weekend of sailing in the America's Cup has been postponed after new COVID-19 cases were reported in Auckland. It is now not likely to begin until March 10.
Former British gymnasts allege decades of abuse
Three Olympians and several other former gymnasts are taking legal action against British Gymnastics, saying Friday they have been the victims of decades of physical and psychological abuse by coaches.
Tokyo 2020 volunteers quit over COVID concerns
A large number of Olympics volunteers have decided to quit over the past month, organisers have said the number is around 1,000.
Health rules issued with torch relay month away
Organizers on Thursday read out a list of rules regarding health measures for the 10,000 torchbearers and others who are to take part in the torch relay for the Tokyo Games.
Brisbane bid for 2032 Olympics gets IOC boost
The Australian city of Brisbane became the strong favorite to host the 2032 Olympics after the IOC gave it the status of its preferred bidder on Wednesday.
IOC: Weightlifting could be cut from '24 Olympics
The IOC warned weightlifting's governing body again that the sport faces being dropped from the 2024 Paris Olympics if doping and leadership issues are not addressed.
Holloway breaks indoor 60-meter hurdles record
American Grant Holloway broke the world record for the indoor 60-meter hurdles that had stood for 27 years, clocking 7.29 seconds Wednesday.
IOC to announce 2032 Summer Olympics bid
The IOC will finalise it's decision for a non-binding preferred bidder for the 2032 Summer Olympics in what is the first in a series of steps towards deciding a host city, sources say.
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