Annual muti-sport event for youth in the United States. Includes history, ticket information, schedule, accommodation information, photos, and news. Also features registration details, location, dates, and results of prior events.
A new style of ladies competition in the Netherlands solely for ladies who have to perform in mountainbike race, swimming, steeplechase course, distance run and a number of strength sport exercises. Includes rules, contestants, highlights, and results.
A multisport festival held annually in many countries around the world. Athletes compete representing their company. Includes information and results.
The largest ongoing multi-sport event in the Canadian province alternating every 2 years between summer and winter events. Contains eligibility requirements, event details, history of the event, past results, and registration information.
[Bangkok, 1998] Coverage of all games sports event day by day. Full event results, medal winners and Asian Games records set.
History, general information and competition results of the 16th Games hosted by Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. Participating countries, events, venues and maps.
The Commonwealth family, history of the games, participating countries, travel and transport, and security of the athletes, spectators and media.
Official Canadian site includes results, news, pictures, voice clips, CBC radio and TV schedules, athlete profiles, and opportunity to email a message of support. Canada.
Official site has the latest news on Team England as well as historical photos and information.
The Official site for the Winter and Summer Goodwill Games. History, mission, and organization.
23 islands from all over the world met in the Island Games.
Information, calendar and contacts from the sponsor of the US team to the World Maccabiah Games in Israel.
Nationwide non-profit organization and member territorial organization of the Maccabi World Union (MWU); includes news, history and contacts.
An organisation for all Maccabi clubs, projects, and sports leagues in Britain.
Open to all adults over 50 years of age. Founded in 1988 and held annually. Over 22 different sports are offered and athletes compete in 5 year age brackets.
[Rome, Italy, 1995] Participating nations, schedule, results, cultural and recreational events, information about CISM.
Comprehensive database of all Olympic program guides for summer and winter games. Includes images of each program and navigation to each day's events.
Dictionary of the Olympic Games offers a reference to Olympic games news and history from Olympia to Sydney 2000.
Promotes, coordinates, and monitors at the international level the fight against doping in sports in all its forms.
OTAB is a sporting film and television library, offering films and videos that chronicles the Olympic Games history. The new acquisitions, the archive, Olympic programming, information about services, and FAQs.
A comprehensive review of the Olympic bid business. Contains news, information, glossary and an active forum.
Describes the history of the concept of world peace through sports, description of the foundation and news items.
The purpose of the ISOH is to promote and study the Olympic Movement and the Olympic Games. Includes membership, constitution, links, and the Journal of Olympic History.
A virtual museum of statistics and items such as medals, diplomas, tickets, and posters.
Comprehensive medal history of every Summer and Winter Olympics since 1896. Site is indexed by sport category, country, athletes and venues.
USADA, the independent agency, is responsible for managing the testing for U.S. Olympic, Pan Am, and Paralympic athletes, and for preserving the integrity of sport through research initiatives and educational programs.
Features U.S. athletes, with biographies, rankings, and news from the Olympics and event results.
Includes news, calendar, events, points lists, and biographies.