By Daniel Etchells at Lancaster House in LondonWorld Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) director general David Howman has claimed here today that at least a quarter of all sport played today is controlled by organised crime.
By Daniel EtchellsMore than 100,000 people from 180 countries have applied for Rio 2016's volunteer programme, designed to select 70,000 people to participate in South America's first-ever Olympic and Paralympic Games.
By Emily GoddardOlympic champion swimmer Michael Phelps has been hit with a six-month suspension and pulled from next year's International Aquatics Federation World Championships after his arrest for driving under the influence last week.
By Mike RowbottomKoji Murofushi, Japan's Olympic and world gold medallist in the hammer, has today thrown out some new ideas about the possible key aspects of the Tokyo 2020, for whom he was named sports director in June.
By Gary AndersonBaku 2015 has announced that SPORT1 has been appointed the exclusive broadcaster of next year's European Games in Germany.
By Nick ButlerChinese hammer thrower Zhang Wenxiu claims to be "shocked" and determined to clear her name following the positive doping test that saw her stripped of the gold medal she won at the Asian Games last month.
By Zjan ShirinianA $10 million (£6 million/€8 million) grant has been given towards the construction of the United States Olympic Museum, as those behind it continue efforts to raise enough money to make the "world-class" facility a reality.
By Paul OsborneThe 2014 Asian Games may have drawn to a close, but the eyes of the sporting world will still be firmly fixed on South Korea as it gets prepared to host another major international sporting event in just under nine months' time, the Gwangju 2015 Summer Universiade.
By Gary AndersonYoungsters from across the vast expanse of the Great North of Canada had the opportunity, thanks to the International Judo Federation (IJF), to try the sport for the first time and take part in a range of activities during a two-week trip.
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