The International Fencing Federation (FIE) has suspended its membership with SportAccord, making it the 19th sport to do so.
Introduction of Olympic prize money among radical proposals made by Vizer ahead of proposed meeting with Bach
SportAccord President Marius Vizer has compiled a detailed reform agenda ahead of a proposed meeting with his International Olympic Committee (IOC) counterpart Thomas Bach next month, with the introduction of prize money for Olympic athletes among the most startling items for discussion.
Equestrian, curling, table tennis and rugby have become the latest Federations to suspend their membership with SportAccord, it has been announced today.
The Netherlands’ Michael van Praag and Portugal's Luis Figo have both withdrawn from the FIFA Presidential election.
The venue scheduled to host water polo during Rio 2016 has been dropped from the Olympic Games programme.
Port Moresby 2015 have announced National Gaming Control Board (NGCB) as the latest platinum sponsor of this year’s Pacific Games in the Papua New Guinean capital.
European Athletics has announced that SPAR International, a sponsor of its major events since 1996, has renewed its International Partnership for a further three years, from 2017-2019.
Bach to consult key stakeholders before deciding whether to meet Vizer as three more Federations quit SportAccord
Modern pentathlon, rowing and volleyball today became the latest world governing bodies to resign or suspend their membership from SportAccord in protest at its President Marius Vizer's controversial comments about the International Olympic Committee.
Coca-Cola and VISA have become the first two of FIFA’s main sponsors to speak out on the conditions facing migrant workers in Qatar in response to a campaign launched by opposition group New FIFA Now this week.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) have confirmed the United States men’s 4x100 metres relay team have been stripped of the silver medal won at London 2012, as a result of Tyson Gay’s doping conviction.
Blatter vows to facilitate "regular" exchanges between Israel and Palestine FA's as suspension dispute continues
FIFA President Sepp Blatter vowed to promote a “regular exchange” between the feuding Israeli Football Association (IFA) and Palestine Football Association (PFA) following a meeting with Palestine Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah and other officials today.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach has revealed the IOC Athlete Learning Gateway will go live on May 28 following a successful test at the organisation’s headquarters in Lausanne.
Japan are set to face the United States in the round robin group phase of the World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) Premier12 tournament, which will see the top 12 ranked nations bid to win the inaugural edition of the competition.
The International Cycling Union (UCI) have announced they have added the BMX freestyle park discipline to their programme for the first time.
Kosovo are guaranteed their first-ever medal at an International Boxing Association (AIBA) competition after lightweight Donjeta Sadiku beat Tajikistan’s Idimokh Kholova at the Women's Junior and Youth World Boxing Championships at the Xinzhuang Stadium in Taipei today.