Teams are continuing to arrive here in the Samoan capital ahead of the 5th edition of the Commonwealth Youth Games, which begin with the Opening Ceremony tomorrow and run through to September 11.
The 11th edition of the All-Africa Games are due to open today in the Republic of Congo's capital Brazzaville.
I would never do something to endanger Los Angeles' fiscal health, says city's Mayor on back of 2024 Olympic bid launch
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti insists he would never do something to endanger the fiscal health of the city having endorsed its bid to host the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games earlier this week.
French Olympic Committee launch promotional drive aimed at boosting public support of Paris 2024 bid
The French National Olympic and Sports Committee (CNOSF) are inviting the public to show their support for Paris' 2024 Summer Olympics and Paralympic Games bid by taking part in a crowdfunding campaign titled “Je rêve des Jeux”.
Tokyo 2020 has confirmed it will consider easing the submission rules for the Japan-wide competition to select a new logo for the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The Committee established in the wake of the corruption claims which rocked football's governing body FIFA has made "important steps" towards delivering reforms, according to its chairman.
Athletics, basketball, swimming and table tennis events at the 2015 International Sports Federation for Persons with Intellectual Disability (Inas) Global Games have been moved due to the Cotopaxi volcano in host country Ecuador beginning to show signs of an eruption.
Rowing could still appear at future editions of the Commonwealth Games after officials here promised to continue negotiations to discuss adding it to its list of optional sports.
Glover and Stanning withstand rising Kiwi pair to secure Rio 2016 spot at World Rowing Championships
Britain’s London 2012 women’s pair of Helen Glover and Heather Stanning were among those booking their Rio 2016 qualifying positions at the World Rowing Championships today by earning places in the A finals – the bonus ball for all Olympic boat class crews.
China’s Bowen Zhang and the United States’ Michael McPhail secured golds on the opening day of the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) Rifle and Pistol World Cup Finals in Munich, Germany, today.
Greg Rutherford rounded off his annus mirabilis in the Letzigrund Stadium tonight as he added his first International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Diamond Race long jump title to the Olympic, world, European and Commonwealth titles already in his collection.
Van Poppel earns maiden Grand Tour stage victory as fractured foot forces Froome to withdraw from Vuelta a España
The Netherlands’ Danny van Poppel earned his maiden Grand Tour stage victory after winning a last-ditch sprint finish at the conclusion of the 173 kilometres stage 12 of the Vuelta a España.
Horrie earns hat-trick of men's single sculls titles at World Para Rowing Championships in Aiguebelette
Australia’s Erik Horrie provided a masterfully judged display to earn a hat-trick of titles in the men’s single sculls (ASM1x) category at the World Para Rowing Championships on Lake Aiguebelette in France.
Germany powered into the semi-finals of the women’s competition at the European Wheelchair Basketball Championships at the University of Worcester in England, comfortably beating winless Italy 89-14.
Bahrain Olympic Committee reveal deadline for applications to participate in scientific research seminar
The Bahrain Olympic Committee (BOC) have revealed the final day for submitting applications for a seminar on scientific research will be on Saturday (September 5), with the event forming part of this year’s Shaikh Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa Scientific Research Award in the field of sports.