International Olympic Committee
Scott Blackmun failed to act when he learned about Nassar’s serial sexual abuse and even deleted emails on the subject, an investigation revealed.
Tifanny Abreu meets international standards for participation in women’s sports, but she still faces skepticism at home.
The biennial games are a plague, and the only cure is death.
The strange case of Grigory Rodchenkov, who blew the whistle on Russia's Olympic doping operation and fled to the U.S., takes another turn.
The gesture is in hopes of lowering tensions between the two countries.
Goalies on the U.S. women's ice hockey team may need to ditch the masks because of IOC guidelines.
Russia denied responsibility days before the games began.
Speed skater Semen Elistratov is reportedly under investigation by the IOC for his comments.
A cyber attack disrupted Friday’s opening ceremony, but "all issues were resolved and recovered" by Saturday, Games organizers said.
The Russians had appealed their exclusion from the games over the doping scandal from the 2014 Sochi Games.
Their results from the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi were also reinstated.
The Olympic gymnast wants every staff member who knew of Larry Nassar's history of abuse to be forced out of the organization.
If the board's 21 directors don't resign by Wednesday, the organization will lose its certification.
In Russia, doping is a state matter. In America, it's privatized and corporatized.
"He knows he is going to be looking over his shoulder for the rest of his life," his lawyer said.
The International Olympic Committee has banned Russia from taking part in the 2018 winter games in South Korea. The move is punishment for Moscow allowing its athletes to take performance enhancing drugs.
A new report confirmed "the systemic manipulation of the anti-doping rules and system in Russia."
“I don’t want to return my medals because I think no one would have deserved them more."