Oscar Pistorius faces parole board seven years after murder conviction
Former South Africa paralympic athlete Oscar Pistorius, jailed in 2016 for murdering his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, will ask a parole board on Friday to release him early from prison, lawyers and prison officials said.
Table tennis plans to allow Russians back, on IOC advice
Russian players are set to return to table tennis events after the sport's governing body followed the IOC's advice to let them compete as neutrals.
IOC makes Lashinda Demus a 2012 Olympics champion
Lashinda Demus was formally reallocated the gold medal in the 400-meter hurdles by the International Olympic Committee because of the disqualification of Natalya Antyukh.
IOC chides 'deplorable' reaction to plan for Russian athletes
Criticism by European governments of the push to reintegrate Russian and Belarusian athletes into world sports before the 2024 Paris Games was called "deplorable" by IOC president Thomas Bach.
Paralympics stance on Russia, Belarus 'unchanged'; review later in year
The International Paralympic Committee has no plans to review the status of Russia for months after the IOC laid out its preferred formula for the country's athletes to return to competition.
Adam Peaty withdraws from British championships to focus on mental health
Three-time Olympic breaststroke champion Adam Peaty said he will miss next week's British swimming championships as he focuses on his mental health ahead of the 2024 Paris event.