C K Wu has acknowledged that he might seek a fourth term as International Boxing Association (AIBA) President.
Marcel Aubut has formally resigned as President of the Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) today after several more allegations of sexual harassment were made against him.
Rio 2016 have been forced to push their BMX test event back a day after riders refused to race, claiming the course for the event was “unsafe”.
Los Angeles 2024 have emphasised the Californian origins of some of the new events proposed this week for Olympic inclusion and their history of "pioneering modern sports geared towards a youth audience".
The International Swimming Federation (FINA) have announced that day one of the World Cup event in Singapore today has been cancelled as a result of poor air quality in the south-Asian nation.
Bowling needs to change its worldwide perception of being a recreational activity rather than a sport, World Bowling President Kevin Dornberger has said, admitting there is “work to do” if it is to improve its global image and one day be included on the Olympic Games Programme.
The International Wushu Federation (IWUF) was “disappointed” but “not completely surprised” after the sport it governs missed out on a recommendation to be added to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic programme, executive vice-president Anthony Goh has said.
FIFA President Sepp Blatter insists he will not resign from his position early despite calls from four major sponsors of world football’s governing body for him to step down with immediate effect.
Home stars Phil Dalhausser and Nick Lucena set-up a rematch with Brazilian world champions Alison Cerutti and Bruno Oscar Schmidt in tomorrow's International Volleyball (FIVB) World Tour Finals after a superb victory in a feverish atmosphere here today.
England have become the first-ever Rugby World Cup hosts to fail to make it out of the group stages after being outclassed by a ruthless Australia in their much-anticipated showdown today at Twickenham.
Japan claimed double gold in the two heaviest male categories on the final day of the International Judo Federation (IJF) World Tour event in Tashkent as judoka from Britain, Germany and South Korea also enjoyed victories.
A total of 656 doping controls were carried out during this year’s Tour de France, of which 482 were blood tests and 174 urine tests, cycling’s world governing body the Union Cycliste International (UCI) has announced.
Peace and Sport has announced that “Endangered peace: Facing the future together” will be the theme of its upcoming International Forum, due to be held in Monaco from November 25 to 27.
IOC's Medical and Scientific Commission stage three-day meeting to discuss research on exercising during pregnancy
Sixteen experts have attended a three-day meeting at the International Olympic Committee (IOC) headquarters in Lausanne to discuss research on exercising during pregnancy and after childbirth for elite athletes.
Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games champion Fan Zhendong of China was in superb form as he swept all four available titles at the Asian Table Tennis Championships in Pattaya, Thailand.