Olympic broadcasters can help Canadians support the Uyghurs, Tibetans, pro-democracy advocates and others fighting for their human rights in China by cancelling their Olympic coverage.
Athletes must seek other ways to finance their careers beyond state and private sponsorships.
The treatment of the horse Saint Boy has ignited fierce discussion about horses in modern pentathlon, and reanimated ethical debates about horses’ jobs beyond the Olympics.
A new book explores physical culture in a social and historical context, focusing on colonial settings.
Physical activity barriers are still prevalent for people with disabilities, despite the increase in participation in the Paralympic Games.
Through social media, young athletes are dismantling the idea of the superhuman athlete.
Black women played a central role in the 2021 Olympic Games. And that role was more than just resistance and resilience.
A study has looked at which mega events took the largest toll on the environment and local people.
The Olympics are usually profitable for broadcasters and show off the future possibilities of media technologies.
From skateboarding and climbing to baseball, the new Olympic events had varying degrees of success.
In the aftermath of the Tokyo Olympics it’s worth reflecting on just what kind of meaning the games still generate.
A solid post-Olympic plan and the support of others can make all the difference when it comes to transitioning to a ‘normal’ life.
The Olympics will have to be adaptable in order to keep up with the rapidly shifting economic landscape and changing interest in the Games if it wants to continue to turn massive profits.
When will an African country host the Olympic Games?
Many athletes have been seen strapping cuffs around their muscles during workouts – but does it have any affect on their performance?
Instead of boycotting the upcoming Winter Olympics in Beijing, activists should pressure the IOC to let anyone attending the Games to express their views on China without fear of penalization.
The giant head spotted hovering over the Tokyo skyline in recent weeks is the latest in a long line of Olympic art moments. Debate and controversy are never far behind.
Many elite athletes turn to alternative therapies to improve performance and enhance recovery. But are these treatments helping or hindering their quest for sporting success?
Belarus sprinter Krystsina Tsimanouskaya is part of a long history of athletes seeking protection or the chance to start a new life at the Olympics.
A logo must artfully evoke the spirit of the Olympics as well as represent the host nation and it’s not an easy feat.