The International Olympic Committee is holding one of its most important meetings in recent memory, so the proceedings underway in Buenos Aires are bound to stir up controversy.
Over the next few days, committee members will select a new president, choose a city to host the 2020 Summer Games and pick from among three contenders for a sport to add to the 2020 program.
On Friday, the Olympics-focused website Around the Rings reported that officials from one of the sports -- wrestling -- had been caught cheating.
The misdeed reportedly involved improper contact with IOC members. Sort of like a college coach contacting a high school recruit during a dead period, or what the NCAA would describe as a minor infraction.