By Nick ButlerInternational Golf Federation (IGF) President Peter Dawson has insisted progress is being made with construction for the Rio 2016 golf course, but warned the time-scale remains tight if it is to be completed in time.
By Nick ButlerInternational Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach officially opened a Sport for Hope Centre in the Haiti capital city of Port-au-Prince today in a latest example of sport being used for the wider development of a country.
By Nick ButlerAlice Coachman-Davis, who by winning the high jump title at London 1948 became the first black woman to win an Olympic gold medal, has died in Georgia at the age of 90.
By Gary AndersonViewers around the world will be able to watch live action from Glasgow 2014 online via an official YouTube channel for the first time in Commonwealth Games history.
By Gary AndersonMore than 400,000 jubilant fans packed the streets of Berlin today to welcome home the Germany squad following the side's triumph at the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
By Nick ButlerKrow communications has been appointed Official Provider of the British Olympic Association (BOA) in the latest commercial appointment since the arrival of BOA chief executive Bill Sweeney last October.
By Nick ButlerIran's London 2012 silver medal winner Roohallah Rostami has become the latest powerlifter to be suspended after a failed doping test, the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has announced today.
By Nick ButlerBank South Pacific (BSP) has renewed its support of the Papua New Guinea Paralympic Committee (PNGPC) with funding totalling PNK100,000 (£24,000/$41,000/€30,000) designed to enable Para-athletes from the country to compete in events around the world.
By Gary AndersonThe International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF) has elected a new Executive Council during its World Congress in Incheon, South Korea, which sees Germany's Ulf Mehrens replace Canadian Maureen Orchard as President.
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