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President of the International Rowing Federation (FISA), Denis Oswald, has declared his candidacy for the International Olympic Committee (IOC) president.

India’s sports minister Jitendra Singh has announced that a new sports bill will be drafted by June 30, in a response to the International Olympic Committee (IOC)’s demands for the country to stop corruption in its sport bodies.

International Boxing Association president Ching-kuo Wu has officially announced his candidacy for International Olympic Committee (IOC) president today.

Richard Carrión, chairman of the International Olympic Committee (IOC)'s finance commission, has today declared his presidential candidacy.

Former Olympic medallist Koji Murofushi has lost his appeal against disqualification from an election to become a member of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) athletes’ commission.

The chief of private security firm G4S has resigned, following months of pressure from the mishandled London 2012 Olympics contract and poor performance on the stock market.

International Olympic Committee (IOC) vice-president Thomas Bach has received the full support of the German Football League (DFB) for his IOC presidential candidacy.

The Asian Paralympic Committee has struck a deal with the Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union to help enhance the television coverage of Asian Paralympic events.

It has been revealed today that International Amateur Boxing Federation head CK Wu will officially announce his candidacy for International Olympic Committee (IOC) president.

Scottish politician Bob Doris has encouraged his government to consider hosting the 2021 World Masters Games.

Pauline McVey, analyst for SportBusiness Intelligence, looks at televised sport in Russia and considers the impact of the decision by the Russian Premier League to launch its own football channel

One of the key objectives of the International Olympic Committee (IOC)’s broadcast strategy is “to ensure the long-term financial future of the Olympic Movement and the Olympic Games.”

Ben Speight, head of SportBusiness Intelligence, breaks down the German TV market – one of the few in Europe where free-to-air spend on sport is higher than that of pay-TV.