- May 17, 2019The University of Illinois Press has announced publication of a new book on Olympic economic history by Stephen Wenn and Bob Barney.
- May 01, 2019Offering a complex technical rationale, the Court of Arbitration for Sport has rejected by majority the appeal by South African female runner Caster Semenya against the IAAF's "Regulations for Female Classification". If Semenya wants to enter IAAF's now "Restricted Classifications" events (400m to 1 mile races), she has to reduce her "natural testosterone level" to a new artificial lower level through adherence to an alteration regime of at least 6 months duration that relies on "normal oral contraceptives."
- April 29, 2019The IOC Olympic Studies Centre has announced its Advanced Olympic Research (for established researchers) and PhD Student and Early Career Grant Programmes in the humanities and social sciences.
- April 24, 2019British Paralympic officials were stunned to learn that hotels near their training camp for the 2020 Paralympics demand payments for making rooms accessible.
- April 17, 2019Kinesiology PhD student Andrew Pettit has been selected to participate in the upcoming session of the International Olympic Academy, in Olympia, Greece.
- February 04, 2019The Canadian Olympic Committee invites application by 20-35 olds for participation in the 2019 International Olympic Academy
- January 23, 2019The Observatory for Mega-Events Research invites submission from all disciplines and interdisciplinary studies for the Olympic and Paralympic Games Key Legacies Conference, University Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée, 17-18 June 2019. A special session on "Legacy in terms of image" will be part of the event.
- January 07, 2019Referring to critics of WADA's handling of the Russian doping case as a 'lynch mob', senior IOC member Richard Pound has forcefully defended the World Anti-Doping Agency's response to Russian authorities' breach of commitments in the ongoing investigation.