Elections for three vacant seats on the new FIFA Council were called off today at the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Extraordinary Congress jn Goa after the agenda was rejected by a near-unanimous margin.
A new Development Commission has been introduced by the International Skating Union (ISU) in order to improve the running of the sport following the election of Jan Dijkema as President in June.
The Sport Australia Hall of Fame has unveiled the eight nominees for the 2016 "The Don" award.
Belarus has held its first ever "Curling Day" to celebrate the sport.
Greater financial support from Governments and a better monitoring and sanctioning system are among changes proposed to the global anti-doping system by International Olympic Committee (IOC) Medical Commission and Scientific chairman Uğur Erdener.
Pyeongchang 2018 President Lee Hee-beom is targeting raising public awareness of the Winter Olympic Games with 500 days-to-go until the Opening Ceremony.
FIFA has opted to disband its anti-racism taskforce after declaring their work had been "completed", sparking widespread criticism from a number of officials and organisations.
Qatar Football Association (QFA) vice-president Saoud Al-Mohannadi has been banned from taking part in tomorrow’s FIFA Council elections at the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Extraordinary Congress in Goa due to an ongoing Ethics Committee investigation, it has been announced.
A maximum of two athletes from each country will be allowed to compete in individual events at future editions of the Asian Games after a rule change approved here at the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) General Assembly.
Kelly Fairweather has been appointed chief operating officer of the International Tennis Federation (ITF) after opting not to extend his contract as chief executive of hockey’s worldwide governing body.
A number of measures and rules are set to be established in an attempt to improve rider safety within professional cycling races when a Security and Technical Regulations working group meeting takes place in Lombardi in Italy on September 30.
A delegation from the Budapest 2024 sustainability team embarked on a visit to London in an attempt to learn lessons they hope will improve their bid for the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Jane Allen, the chief executive of British Gymnastics, has warned the next President of the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) has a "big job ahead of them" when they are elected next month.
Team Sky general manager Sir Dave Brailsford claims they are considering making all use therapeutic usage exemptions (TUE) fully public in order to demonstrate they are committed to good practice following recent criticism.
British Gymnastics revealed here today that London will host the final leg of the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) 2017 World Cup of Gymnastics in partnership with Matchroom Sport.