Mark Stockwell and Ian Chesterman stand to inherit the throne vacated by Olympic supremo John Coates. Both state their case ahead of the April 30 election.
- by Phil Lutton
Australia finished the Games with just one medal after Ben Tudhope won bronze in the snowboard cross.
Valerii Sushkevych, president of Ukraine’s Paralympic committee, can detect in the pink, swollen eyes of his athletes that they have not been sleeping. They feel powerless, except in one regard.
- by David Waldstein
The chickens have come home to roost after years of non-action by the IOC, and Russian and Belarusian athletes will be the victims.
- by Darren Kane
Swedish speed skating champion Nils van der Poel wants to raise awareness of the human rights issues in China.
- by Philip O'Connor
The hypocrisy soared to record levels after an Olympics in which athletes were terrified to speak their mind, politics reigned and doping reared its ugly head.
- by Phil Lutton
The winter edition of the Olympics is often a mixed bag for broadcasters: the commitment is enormous and doesn’t leave much room for schedule flexibility.
- by Neil McMahon
The International Olympic Committee stayed out of China’s politics. It empowered a country accused of rampant human rights abuses with the cushiest home-turf advantage.
- by Jerry Brewer
Skier Sami Kennedy-Sim makes a habit of celebrating every experience she has on her sporting journey – walking into the stadium carrying the Australian flag during the closing ceremony was no different.
- by Russell Bennett
They started with a diplomatic boycott, half a dozen cities in lockdown and a spectacle loaded with geopolitics, but by Sunday, China had made the most of its moment in the spotlight.
- by Eryk Bagshaw