The Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) has reported a deficit of more than £3 million ($4.5 million/€4 million) for its financial year ended 31 March 2015.
Tokyo 2020 has given its backing to their Olympic and Paralympic Games emblem design in the wake of plagiarism allegations.
The voting power of countries which have hosted the Pan American Games on multiple occasions is set to be significantly diluted under a new Pan American Sports Organization (PASO) Constitution.
Serbia inflicted a first defeat on Russia at the International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) Women’s World Cup after coming from behind to claim a 3-2 victory in Sendai.
The second day of the World Rowing Championships in Aiguebelette, France, has seen more intense racing in heats across several disciplines.
Italy’s Kristian Sbaragli sprinted to victory on stage 10 of the Vuelta a España as The Netherlands' Tom Dumoulin preserved his overall lead.
Germany's men made it three wins out of three at the European Wheelchair Basketball Championships with victory over hosts Great Britain at the University of Worcester.
By track cycling standards it was not really a close finish, but Victoria Pendleton lost out by just a head when making her debut as a duly-licensed horse-racing jockey in England today.
The inaugural British Swimming Awards have been launched in recognition of the achievements by the National Governing Body’s athletes throughout the season.
USA Fencing has selected five athletes for the upcoming Wheelchair World Championships due to take place in Egers in Hungary next month.
Sebastian Coe, President elect of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF), once again defended his sport against charges of widespread doping here at the final press conference jointly held with Chinese organisers of the World Championships.
Belfast is in danger of missing out on the opportunity to bid for the 2021 Commonwealth Youth Games because the country's Government have yet to give their approval for a bid, it has been claimed.
Japan has launched a bid to host the 2019 World Badminton Championships and plan to use the tournament as the test event for the following year's Olympic Games in Tokyo, it has been reported.
The storm which had turned the track into a stream two hours before the final session of the 15th International Association of Athletics World Championships may have passed, but electricity remained in the Bird’s Nest stadium tonight as Chinese athletes, perhaps inspired by the unlikely silver earned by their men’s 4x100 metres sprinters the previous night, added two more of the same colour.