The magic number for the U.S. cities hoping to host the 2024 Olympics is $5 billion.
By Pat Graham, Associated Press | posted Nov 26th - 2:10pm
The end of a ski season usually brings another surgery for Andrew Weibrecht followed by weeks and weeks of recovery.
By Joseph White, Associated Press | posted Nov 26th - 11:11am
Place your hands together in just the right way, with thumbs overlapping and the other fingers pointing to the sky, and you've created the symbol for 2024 Olympics in the nation's capital.
By Jimmy Golen, Associated Press | posted Nov 26th - 9:02am
Field hockey at Harvard Stadium. Fencing and archery at MIT. Horses for the equestrian events cared for at the Tufts Hospital for Large Animals.
By Samuel Petrequin, Associated Press | posted Nov 26th - 8:10am
The head of next year's inaugural European Games in Azerbaijan hopes the event will serve as a springboard for a successful Olympic bid from Baku.
The Associated Press | posted Nov 26th - 7:11am
The governing body of basketball suspended the Japan Basketball Association on Wednesday, a decision that will prevent the country's national teams from taking part in the Olympics and other international competitions.
The Associated Press | posted Nov 25th - 3:20pm
After 50 years, the IOC finally has figured out the pairs figure skating at the 1964 Games.
The Associated Press | posted Nov 25th - 2:41pm
Gabby Douglas and Aly Raisman are back on the U.S. women's national gymnastics team, a major step as the two Olympic champions point toward a return to the 2016 Rio Games.
The Associated Press | posted Nov 25th - 5:00am
Qatar has agreed to contribute $1 million to a global anti-doping research fund.
The Associated Press | posted Nov 24th - 7:50am
Rio de Janeiro will host the 2016 fencing world championships as a test event ahead of the Olympics.
Stephen Wade, Associated Press | posted Nov 20th - 12:41pm
The head of licensing for the 2016 Olympics and Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro says merchandise sales could reach 1 billion reals ($400 million).
Jenny Barchfield, Stephen Wade, Associated Press | posted Nov 20th - 12:21pm
Construction work on the golf course for the 2016 Olympics could be halted under a filing made by state prosecutors suing the city of Rio de Janeiro and the developer over environmental rules.
The Associated Press | posted Nov 20th - 10:01am
World championships runner-up Tatsuki Machida of Japan and Ashley Wagner of the United States hope to clinch spots for the Grand Prix Final when they compete at the Trophee Bompard, which starts Friday.
The Associated Press | posted Nov 19th - 1:10pm
The ruling body of world athletics says it will stage finals during the morning sessions of its program at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
Jim Armstrong, Associated Press | posted Nov 19th - 12:50am
Baseball and softball's bid to return to the Olympic program got a boost Wednesday as organizers of the 2020 Tokyo Games considered ways the International Olympic Committee's reform agenda could impact planning for the event.
Stephen Wilson, Associated Press | posted Nov 18th - 8:32am
Breaking from the tradition of awarding the Olympics only to a single host city, the IOC is opening the door to possible wider bids — including bids from an entire country, joint bids from more than one city and even the possibility of events held in more than one country.
Trung Latieule, Associated Press | posted Nov 16th - 3:21pm
The World Anti-Doping Agency said it is against the imposition of criminal sanctions on cheating athletes despite a tougher code that will come into effect on Jan. 1.
Stephen Wade, Associated Press | posted Nov 14th - 12:41pm
Organizers of the 2016 Olympics and Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro are struggling to find enough unpaid volunteers and have extended the registration period for another month.
The Associated Press | posted Nov 14th - 10:01am
Pop violinist Vanessa-Mae plans to file an appeal against her four-year ban from competitive skiing for taking part in fixed races before the Sochi Olympics.
The Associated Press | posted Nov 14th - 8:30am
The Court of Arbitration for Sport has cut German biathlete Evi Sachenbacher-Stehle's doping ban from two years to six months.
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