Double Olympic wrestling champion Armen Nazaryan has decided to go on a hunger strike to protest against the sport's possible exclusion from the Games.
The MCC World Cricket committee are backing the inclusion of Twenty20 cricket at the 2024 Olympic Games, believing it could lead to "a potential boost" in the profile of the sport.
Wrestling has been dropped as a sport from the 2020 Games by the International Olympic Committee's executive board.
Pat McQuaid, the embattled president of the International Cycling Union, has stood down from the panel assessing host cities for the 2020 Olympics, the International Olympic Committee has confirmed.
Ireland's No 1 badminton star Scott Evans recaps an eventful year, which saw him qualify for his second Olympics at London 2012.
Stephen Martin, Chief Executive of the Olympic Council of Ireland tells RTÉ Sport what plans are in place to ensure that Irish competitors have the best possible preparation for Rio 2016.
Ryan Lochte may have set a new world record in the 200 metres individual medley at the World Short-Course Championships in Istanbul last night but it was images of the five-time Olympic champion giving away his gold medal that commanded as much attention.
Ireland's Scott Evans has won his first ever international tournament, the men's Carlton Irish Open singles title.
The inaugural European Games has been approved this Saturday by the European Olympic Committees, with Baku, Azerbaijan, to host the first Games in 2015.
Ireland's Scott Evans and Chloe Magee, the top seeds, are both through to the finals of the Carlton Irish Badminton Open at Baldoyle.
Four medallists from the 2004 Athens Olympics have been disqualified and stripped of their medals after testing positive for anabolic steroids, the International Olympic Committee has announced.
The suspended Indian Olympic Association (IOA) defied the IOC and went ahead with its controversial election to pick a tainted official as its new secretary-general.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) have banned the Indian Olympic Association over elections that could result in a tainted official taking over as the only candidate for secretary-general.
Rio de Janeiro 2016 Olympics organisers have been warned that they needed to push ahead with their preparations because time was an issue, the International Olympic Committee said.
Irish Olympic triathlete Aileen Reid is set to leave Triathlon Ireland's high performance team for a new tailor-made programme around the world.
World anti-doping chiefs are confident a minimum four-year ban for serious drugs offences will stand up to legal challenges.
The Osaka Rule, which banned those guilty of serious doping offences from the following Olympic Games, has been dropped as WADA introduces a four year doping ban.
The president of the International Olympic Committee says he would have no problem with London hosting the Games again within the next 20 years.
Ireland's Olympic gold medallist Katie Taylor has given the strongest indication yet that she intends to stay amateur and defend her title in Brazil in 2016.
Belarus shot putter Nadezhda Ostapchuk, who was stripped of the Olympic gold medal last month after testing positive for a banned anabolic steroid, has been handed a one-year suspension.
Walking out to face Lin Dan in the Olympics was one of the most amazing experiences of my life, writes Scott Evans.
South Korea's Olympic badminton coach Sung Han-kook has had a lifetime suspension cut to two years, while four players sent home from the London Games for throwing matches also had their bans reduced.
Usain Bolt is a definite starter for another Olympic Games in four years' time, the six-time gold medallist has said.
Australia's swimmers have admitted they buckled under pressure and underestimated how much their rivals had improved at the London Olympic Games .
London 2012 came and went and now seems a blur. What a week we had at Greenwich, one to remember forever.