More than 5,000 people have so far signed a petition calling for "No Skateboarding in the Olympics" as battle-lines continue to be drawn following Tokyo 2020's decision to recommend the sport last month.
Exclusive: IPC believes alleged intentional misrepresentation is in "grave danger of undermining the credibility" of Para-swimming
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) believes alleged intentional misrepresentation (IM) during the classification evaluation process of athletes "is in grave danger of undermining the credibility" of Para-swimming and "overshadowing the performances" of the sport’s athletes.
Rio 2016’s preparations for next summer’s Olympic Games have received a boost after the International Cycling Union (UCI) declared they were “extremely satisfied” with the recent mountain bike test event, which concluded yesterday.
The sport of boules has launched a campaign to get onto the Olympic programme in 2024.
Worawi Makudi, President of the Football Association of Thailand (FAT) and a former member of the FIFA Executive Committee, has been suspended from all football activities at national and international level for 90 days with immediate effect.
World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) President Sir Craig Reedie has promised that any athlete denied a medal at Rio 2016 due to drug cheats will have their own formal awards ceremony at a later date.
David Simon, the Los Angeles 1984 Organising Committee vice-president who is now a leading figure spearheading the city's 2024 bid, opened the second edition of the Smart Cities & Sport Summit here this evening, with almost 50 delegations present from around the world.
The categories for the 2015 Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) Awards have been announced - with outstanding achievements and performances by athletes during the most recent editions of the five Continental Games set to be recognised.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach joined youngsters from Lausanne and other Swiss regions in participating in a range of activities to mark Olympic Week.
Costas Takkas, one of seven officials arrested in Zurich earlier this year as part of an ongoing investigation into corruption at FIFA, has been extradited to the United States following approval from Switzerland's Federal Office of Justice (FOJ).
A major new bidding process for all United World Wrestling events for 2018, 2019 and 2020 is being launched here tomorrow at the Smart Cities & Sport Summit.
Basketball’s new competition calendar will help the “underperforming” sport improve its visibility and appeal, International Basketball Federation (FIBA) director of media and marketing Frank Leenders claimed here, while media rights director Paul Stimpson admitted the current system is “killing” its athletes.
International Boxing Association (AIBA) President C K Wu has announced the details of "HeadsUp!", which he claimed is a new integrated initiative designed to help nurture boxing careers more than ever before.
The seventh edition of the World Rugby Medical Commission Conference begins today in London, where the world's leading medical experts and representatives from 31 National Unions will consider the latest research and identify areas of focus and collaboration.