Marius Vizer has vowed to make public the distribution figures of both SportAccord and the International Judo Federation (IJF) in an "expression of goodwill" to the sports world, while also reiterating how he wishes to organise the World Beach Games in conjunction with the Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC), as was initially planned.
Sergey Bubka has given his first indication that he fears he will not beat Sebastian Coe in the election to replace Lamine Diack as President of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF).
World Rugby's ruling Council has reinstated the Royal Moroccan Rugby Federation (FRMR) and the Hellenic Rugby Federation (HRF) as full member unions following periods of suspension.
British Fencing’s Elite Training Centre has been formally opened by the British Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, John Whittingdale.
A fourth World Karate Federation (WKF) Karate1 Premier League event of the season gets underway tomorrow in Sao Paulo, which will be the first competition of its kind to be held in South America.
Commonwealth Games England have announced STA Travel as its first official travel partner ahead of the 2018 event in Gold Coast, Australia.
The United States Olympic Committee (USOC) have announced the names of 29 students of colour who will participate in this year’s Finding Leaders Among Minorities Everywhere (FLAME) programme.
Michel Platini today looked Sepp Blatter in the eye and urged him to resign, amid signs that this week’s dramatic arrests and detailed corruption allegations are helping the campaign of Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein, Blatter’s only rival for the FIFA Presidency, to gain a certain amount of traction.
Pressure on Sepp Blatter and FIFA was ratcheting up this morning, as some of the organisation’s most prominent sponsors spoke out strongly in the wake of this week’s dramatic and hugely embarrassing indictments and arrests of leading football figures.
UEFA has called for tomorrow's FIFA Presidential election to be postponed by up to six months, as the fallout from the latest corruption allegations continues to rock the football world to its foundations.
The next FIFA President must make sure future World Cup host countries do not have fundamental issues with human rights, campaign group Human Rights Watch (HRW) warned today.
Leading marketing consultant Patrick Nally has warned that sport is coming under increasing pressure to look at itself in the light of the FIFA scandal and the dispute between SportsAccord and the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
Baku 2015 have announced they have added Iranian company General Entertainment and Media Television and Croatian station Sportska Televizija (SPTV) to the list of broadcasters who will screen coverage of this year’s inaugural European Games.
World famous actor and pop star Jackie Chan has released a Beijing 2022 bid song, which is one of 10 invited musical selections forming part of the Chinese capital’s quest to secure hosting rights for the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.
The International Equestrian Federation (FEI) has met with representatives of the United Arab Emirates National Olympic Committee and Emirates Equestrian Federation (EEF) at its headquarters in Lausanne to discuss the actions that need to be undertaken before the country's suspension can be lifted.