FIFA Council member Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah has "strongly denied" any wrongdoing after the high-ranking official appeared to have been identified in a United States Department of Justice (DoJ) document in connection with the investigation into widespread corruption within the governing body.
The Tokyo Metropolitan Government are reportedly estimating there will be an annual loss of around ¥1.1 billion (£7.6million/$9.8 million/€9 million) for five new venues being constructed for the Olympic Games.
Madrid's Laboratory has been reinstated by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) after the organisation decided to lift the suspension of its accreditation.
An "initial plan" for the qualification process for Tokyo 2020 was among the key items presented during the World Karate Federation's (WKF) strategic meeting in Paris this week.
An increase of over 3,000 tests will be carried out by the Tennis Anti-Doping Programme this year, compared the level for 2016.
Los Angeles 2024 have completed their "virtual venue tour" by unveiling new images of their proposed Long Beach Sports Park.
Bids are being welcomed by the International Triathlon Union (ITU) to host World Triathlon Series (WTS) and World Cup events in 2018.
Vital International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup final qualification qualification points will be on offer for shotgun athletes in Larnaca this week as they prepare to take part in their last regular event on the circuit this season.
South American nations have taken part in a seminar aimed at helping to grow weightlifting in the region.
Canada and Malaysia have both joined Australia and England by launching bids to replace Durban as host of the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
John Coates would be forced to step aside from his position as an International Olympic Committee (IOC) vice-president should he be beaten in the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) Presidential election by Danielle Roche on May 6.
FIFA Audit and Compliance Committee member Richard Lai has been provisionally banned for 90 days after he pleaded guilty to charges of receiving nearly $1 million (£773,000/€915,000) in bribes as prosecutors in the United States widened their corruption investigation to Asia.
Paul Tergat seems certain to be elected as the new chairman of the National Olympic Committee of Kenya (NOCK) after the current incumbent Kip Keino failed to find anyone to back him.
The Adjudicatory Chamber of the FIFA Ethics Committee has recommended Caribbean Football Union (CFU) President Gordon Derrick be banned for four years for a series of ethics breaches.
Patrick Hickey remains the listed International Olympic Committee (IOC) delegate member for autonomy despite his "temporary self suspension" from all sporting responsibilities.