IOC dismisses calls to challenge China over its treatment of the Uighur minority ahead of 2022 Winter Olympics.
Report said senior officials used their power to select referees and judges.
All eyes are on Paris for the 2024 Olympics but Rio residents are still waiting for promises to be delivered.
The games provide a key platform for disabled athletes – but can they get the recognition they deserve?
IPC spokesman Craig Spence celebrates seeing Afghan Paralympian Hossain Rasouli compete as ‘a very special occasion’.
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At least 28 out-and-proud Paralympians participating, more than three times the number of Olympians at Rio in 2016.
Researchers and activists argue the financial and human cost of hosting the Olympic Games may outweigh the benefits.
Organisers say first virus case detected in Paralympic village, days before the Games open on August 24.
Zakia Khudadadi, stuck in Kabul, would have been first woman to represent Afghanistan at a Paralympic Games at Tokyo.
Team’s unprecedented success in Tokyo fuels solidarity in territory facing deep political change.
Anger over COVID-19 and prime minister’s determination to hold event despite opposition weigh on election chances.
Since the Olympics began, Japan has seen a record surge in infections that has put its hospitals on the brink.
The delayed Tokyo 2020 Olympics witnessed glory, despair and controversy, all under the shadow of the COVID pandemic.