The involvement of professional bodies in the boxing tournament at next year's Olympic Games appears to have moved a step closer after the World Boxing Association (WBA) revealed a desire to help organise the sport at Tokyo 2020.
More than 900 athletes are set to compete for 17 Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games quota places at the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) Rifle and Pistol World Cup in Munich.
World champion Matt Bush has said a gold medal is the only result he is imagining when Para taekwondo makes its Paralympic debut at Tokyo 2020.
Big names join hunt for Tokyo 2020 places as World Skate SLS Tour event reaches London’s Copper Box Arena
Three-times world street skateboarding champion Nyjah Huston of the United States and women's world champion Aori Nishimura join the action this weekend as London’s Copper Box Arena hosts the final stages of the first Tokyo 2020 qualifying event within the World Skate/Street League Skateboarding World Tour.
Jordan's Olympic Committee (JOC) has announced a two-year partnership with car manufacturer Toyota which will help provide support for the development of Jordanian sport and its athletes.
IOC Inquiry Committee report highlights how problems with AIBA extend further than Rakhimov election
A refusal to remove officials linked to the Rio 2016 judging scandal and a failure to conduct proper due diligence when opening a new bank account contributed to the suspension of the International Boxing Association (AIBA), the International Olympic Committee (IOC) report reveals.
Liam Morgan: IOC report on AIBA may not be explosive but still paints picture of organisation in turmoil
It is not every day that you see a mention of weapons of mass destruction in a document about a sporting organisation.
Transport and heat measures discussed as IOC Coordination Commission conclude visit with praise for Tokyo 2020 plans
John Coates revealed more than five million people had registered for the Tokyo 2020 ticketing site ahead of the upcoming lottery, as the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Coordination Commission concluded their eighth inspection.
Coates calls for overlay cost cuts as Tokyo 2020 vow to find appropriate budget for sport presentation
International Olympic Committee (IOC) Coordination Commission chair John Coates believes further savings can be achieved in the overlay budget by Tokyo 2020, while organisers pledged to resolve concerns of International Federations (IFs).
Morinari Watanabe, chair of a taskforce to oversee the delivery of a boxing competition at Tokyo 2020, has admitted he is unprepared for the role but insists the best solution will be found for athletes.
USA Softball have announced Ken Eriksen as head coach of the women’s softball team for next year's Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Tokyo 2020 transport plans to be put to test over summer with officials weighing up congestion countermeasures
Japanese Government officials are hoping the upcoming test events in Tokyo will enable them to test transport plans for next year’s Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Skaters tackle qualifier to earn places at World Skate SLS Tour event in London as Tokyo 2020 qualifying begins
Skaters have booked places in the quarter and semi-final stage of the London Global Open qualifiers, the skateboarding’s first event on the path to next year's Olympic Games in Tokyo.
The International Boxing Association (AIBA) has been suspended as the Olympic governing body for the sport and will not play any role in organising the tournament at Tokyo 2020, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced today.
ParalympicsGB have confirmed their core sports science and sports medicine team for Tokyo 2020 - with a key role for Dr Tom Paulson, the English Institute of Sport’s head of Paralympic performance support.