Badminton has become the 22nd sport to suspend its membership of SportAccord, it has been announced this morning.
Defending women’s champions Brazil will face Nicaragua in the opening match of the beach volleyball event at the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto.
Teddy Riner put his injury troubles behind and extended his remarkable winning heavyweight streak at the World Judo Masters in Rabat on a day where many of the biggest names in the sport tasted victory.
Astana Arlans Kazakhstan seal place in World Series of Boxing final with thumping win over Russian rivals
Astana Arlans Kazakhstan booked their place in their third World Series of Boxing final with a thumping 9-1 aggregate win over the Russian Boxing Team.
Lima has withdrawn as host of the 2017 World Combat Games in a latest blow for SportAccord and its President Marius Vizer.
Concerns over the safety of those attending next year's Olympic and Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro have been revived after a series of attacks in the city over recent days, several of which took place within sight of venues to be used during the Games.
Phuket in Thailand is to stage this year’s Asian Weightlifting Championships, insidethegames has learnt.
The second edition of the Tsukuba International Academy for Sport Studies (TIAS) and International Academy of Sports Science and Technology (AISTS) short programme is due to get underway here tomorrow.
Roger Federer has criticised security at the French Open after a spectator ran on court and attempted to take a photograph with him during his regulation first round victory over Colombia's Alejandro Falla.
Astana rider Mikel Landa of Spain claimed his first Grand Tour victory as he won the 15th stage of this year’s race from Marostica to Madonna di Campiglio today.
Britain’s David Weir held off arch-rival Marcel Hug of Switzerland to win the BUPA Westminster Mile in a world record 3mins 02.21sec in London today.
Six nations shared the medals at the Para-canoe World Cup in Duisburg, with paddlers from Austria, Canada, Germany, Britain, France and Brazil all gaining a top spot on the podium.
Japan's campaign to win a first ever Paralympic wheelchair rugby medal next year in Rio de Janeiro has received a boost after the nation defeated Great Britain to win the Japan Para Championships in Chiba.
A "Play Like a Girl!" Women and Sport Athlete Workshop has been hosted by the Barbados Olympic Association’s (BOA) Women and Sport Commission, with the event hailed a resounding success.
James DeGale became the first British Olympic boxing gold medallist to go on and win a world title as he beat Andre Dirrell for the vacant IBF super-middleweight belt in Boston.