Belarus freestyle skier Alexei Grishin has sold the Olympic gold medal he won in the aerials at Vancouver 2010 for $68,750 (£56,480/€61,631) to help pay for medical care for a friend.
The International Biathlon Union (IBU) has banned Slovenia's Teja Gregorin for two years after she tested positive in retests from the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics.
Retesting of samples from Vancouver 2010 by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has caught only one athlete who recorded three adverse analytical findings, it was announced today.
Vancouver 2010 President and chief executive John Furlong has forgiven those who lodged abuse allegations against him in his first major speech on the issue since he was cleared of all charges.
Vancouver 2010 President and chief executive John Furlong has claimed the challenge of recovering from a number of setbacks shortly before the opening of the Winter Olympics and Paralympics helped them organise an event which "changed Canada forever".
The head of the organising committee for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver has won a defamation case brought against him by a freelance journalist.
John Furlong, the former President and chief executive of Vancouver 2010, has said he is ready to move on with his life after the third and final sexual assault lawsuit against him was dropped when the complainant failed to appear in court.
A sexual assault case against John Furlong, the former President and chief executive of Vancouver 2010, has been thrown out by British Columbia Supreme Court Justice Miriam Gropper.
Lawyers for John Furlong, the former President and chief executive of Vancouver 2010, have applied in court to have a sexual assault lawsuit against him dismissed before trial.
A triumphant final report has been issued by Vancouver 2010, explaining that the Games broke even and no more assets or outstanding debts remain.
February 3 - Vancouver 2010 Olympic speed skating host city Richmond has signed up to a sustainability programme.
By Duncan Mackay
December 9 - Former Vancouver 2010 President and chief executive John Furlong should have to put up $100,000 (£61,000/€73,000) surety to prove he can pay legal costs if he loses a case alleging that he physically and verbally abused British Columbia students more than 40 years ago, a freelance journalist has asked a judge in Canada.
October 29 - John Furlong, former President and chief executive of Vancouver 2010, has today spoken out against the "horrible, heartless lies and innuendo" said about him and insisted he is innocent.
September 23 - John Furlong, former President and chief executive of Vancouver 2010, today formally denied sexual abuse allegations from two former students who have filed lawsuits against him.
July 24 - A lawsuit filed against the former President and chief exeuctive of Vancouver 2010 claims John Furlong sexually molested a female student a dozen times when he was a teacher decades ago in Burns Lake, British Columbia.