THE INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEE (IOC) TODAY ANNOUNCED THE COMPOSITION OF ITS COMMISSIONS FOR 2019. THE COMPOSITION IS MARKED BY FURTHER GROWTH IN THE FEMALE MEMBERSHIP, THREE ADDITIONAL FEMALE CHAIRS AND A SIGNIFICANT INCREASE IN YOUNG CHANGE-MAKERS’ PARTICIPATION.
Read more: FEMALE AND YOUTH MEMBERSHIP OF IOC COMMISSIONS AT AN ALL-TIME HIGH

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.

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LAUSANNE, Switzerland – The International Coaching Enrichment Certification Program honored its class of 2019 in a ceremony, held May 2 at the Association of National Olympic Committees headquarters in Lausanne, Switzerland. The 11th edition of the ICECP – an intensive coaching education program developed by the United States Olympic Committee, the University of Delaware and the International Olympic Committee – included 27 coaches representing five continents, 26 nations and 14 sports.

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Jordan's Prince Faisal bin Hussein is set to stand for election to the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board, he has confirmed to insidethegames here.

Read more: Exclusive: Prince Faisal to stand for election to IOC Executive Board

There’s no feeling of triumph in International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) circles in the wake of yesterday’s landmark ruling by the Court of Arbitration for Sport supporting their "eligibility regulations for the female classification for athletes with differences of sex development".

Read more: Mike Rowbottom: The IAAF and Caster Semenya – a conundrum; a tragedy