MOSCOW -- The International Olympic Committee is waiting for the Russian government to clarify the anti-gay law that is overshadowing preparations for the Sochi Games.
MOSCOW, RUSSIA -- A new law in Russia has some people there calling for a boycott of the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics.
MOSCOW -- Urging critics of Russia's new anti-gay law to "calm down," the country's sports minister said Thursday that the rights of all athletes competing at next year's Winter Olympics in Sochi will be respected.
MOSCOW -- One year after a remarkable Olympics, an encore at the world championships was always going to be tough for the U.S. track team.
LONDON -- IOC presidential candidate Richard Carrion says the Olympic body should use "all the avenues possible" with Russian officials to ensure that athletes competing at next year's Winter Games in Sochi aren't affected by a new anti-gay law.
BARCELONA, Spain -- Missy Franklin has given herself another chance to tie the record for the most gold medals at a world championships.
MOSCOW -- Russian Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko says a new law cracking down on gay rights activism will be enforced during the 2014 Olympics in Sochi.
BOSTON -- The Massachusetts State Senate voted to create a commission to study the feasibility of Massachusetts hosting the 2024 summer Olympics.
The U.S. hockey team's Olympic orientation camp next month is expected to be full of newcomers.
CALGARY, Alberta -- Mike Babcock will return as coach of Canada's Olympic hockey team.
MOSCOW -- Russia's interior minister said Friday that 37,000 police officers have been deployed to protect the 2014 Winter Games in the Black Sea resort of Sochi, repeating official assurances to make the Olympics safe despite the threat of an Islamist insurgency in the region.
SOCHI, Russia -- Drones hovering overhead, robotic vehicles roaming Olympic venues to search for explosives, high-speed patrol boats sweeping the Black Sea coast -- Russian officials say they will be using cutting-edge technology to make sure the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi will be "the safest Olympics in history."
LAUSANNE, Switzerland -- IOC presidential candidate Denis Oswald says the Olympics could add new sports by cutting some existing events and disciplines.
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia -- Sochi organizers have unveiled the medals for the 2014 Winter Olympics featuring a "patchwork quilt" design representing the different regions of Russia.
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia -- American shot putter Adam Nelson will get the gold medal from the 2004 Athens Olympics that was stripped from a Ukrainian rival because of doping.
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia -- Wrestling and seven others sports were making their case to be included in the 2020 Olympics on Wednesday.
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia -- Capsules of eight sports bidding for inclusion in the 2020 Olympics. The International Olympic Committee executive board on Wednesday is expected to recommend a shortlist from which the full IOC membership should choose one sport in September:
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia -- Call it the perfect storm of Olympic politics.
MOSCOW-- Sochi's anti-doping director says 2,500 drug tests will be conducted at next year's Winter Olympics, about 350 more than at the 2010 Games in Vancouver.
MOSCOW-- Sochi Olympic organizers say authorities will ensure security at the "highest possible level."
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