CAPE TOWN - South African Paralympic champion Oscar Pistorius, who is charged with murdering his girlfriend, will not compete in any events this year, local media reported on Monday.
NEW YORK - Mike Krzyzewski, who coached US NBA stars to Olympic gold in 2008 and 2012 but said he was stepping down, is in talks to return through the 2016 Olympics, Sports Illustrated reported on Saturday.
UNITED NATIONS - The United States, Iran and Russia may be at odds over issues including Syria's civil war and Tehran's nuclear ambitions, but on Tuesday their wrestling teams formed an unlikely coalition at the United Nations to keep their sport in the Olympics.
TOKYO - Tokyo's outspoken governor, Naoki Inose, who heads the city's bid for the 2020 Olympics, apologized on Tuesday for "inappropriate" comments he made about rival candidate Istanbul and Islamic countries.
MELBOURNE - The Australian Sports Commission (ASC) has taken the razor to the country's elite swimming program in the wake of the Olympic team's flop at the London Games and a number of scathing reports into its management.