Tokyo Olympics 2020: World Anti-Doping Agency rules North Korean testing program non-compliant
Thursday, 14 February 2019 The judgment casts doubt on how North Korea's athletes are tested for doping as the International Olympic Committee explores options to field combined Korean teams at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics
Another day, another report of costs increases for the Olympics. Just a few days after we learned that the Rio organizing committee’s debt from the 2016 Summer Games was more than three times higher than what it was originally supposed to be, we have a report that cost overruns are already plaguing...
500 days before the start of the Olympic Games in Japan, 92-year-old superfan Naotoshi Yamada looks to complete his Olympic circle in 2020. He first experienced the Summer Games when Tokyo last hosted..
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday he would be disappointed if North Korea were to resume weapons testing, and reiterated that he had a good relationship with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un...
According to Reuters, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and U.S. President Donald Trump have decided to continue talks to resolve problems discussed at their Hanoi summit. State media KCNA said Thursday..
Japan will consider allowing North Korean athletes into the country to compete in the 2020 Olympics despite sanctions currently banning any from entering Japan,... Japan Today Also reported by •Sify •SBS •Energy Daily •Reuters