Organisers of this month's International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) World Tour Open event in Iran have promised the world governing body that women will be allowed to attend, despite them still being banned from watching matches in the country.
Bidding for the Commonwealth Games will be a priority if Plaid Cymru win the election in Wales later this year, the Party's leader Leanne Wood has revealed.
Swimming Australia President John Bertrand has criticised the response of former leaders of the organisation after scandals involving the country's team at London 2012.
FIFA Presidential candidates Gianni Infantino and Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein have received the backing of South Sudan and Liberia respectively, despite the Confederation of African Football (CAF) urging its voting Member Associations to support fellow hopeful Shaikh Salman Bin Ibrahim al-Khalifa of Bahrain.
Two teenage twin brothers have been killed on the bobsleigh track at the Canada Olympic Park (COP) in Calgary.
The European Cycling Union (UEC) have announced they are to develop an action plan aimed at tackling fraud within the sport, after the International Cycling Union (UCI) seized a bike under suspicion of "mechanical doping" at the Cyclo-cross World Championships.
Niels de Vos, chief executive of next year's International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Championships in London, has denied that the recently announced priority ticket scheme for coaches, volunteers and longstanding supporters is a reaction to doping and corruption scandals at the highest levels of the sport.
The Japan Sports Association (JSA) is set to relocate to a building on the site of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Stadium with construction due to start in the summer of 2017.
Milan Augustin, the International University Sports Federation (FISU) Winter Universiade director, has praised the progress made by the Almaty 2017 Organising Committee following a five-day visit to Kazakhstan's largest city.
Carlo Janka became the first Swiss skier to win a men's Alpine World Cup race this season as he triumphed in the super-G at Jeongseon in South Korea.
San Francisco’s The Olympic Club has been chosen to stage the US Women’s Open tournament in 2021, with the golf major due to be contested from June 3 to 6.
USA Swimming has extended the contract of its executive director Chuck Wielgus through to the end of 2020.
New Zealand secured consecutive World Rugby Sevens Series victories after overcoming Australia in the final in Sydney, although they could face disciplinary action for having too many players during their pool stage match against the hosts.
Therese Johaug recorded the biggest margain of victory in the history of the women's International Ski Federation (FIS) Cross-Country World Cup after a commanding 30 kilometres success in Oslo today.
Japan's Sara Takanashi made it 10 International Ski Federation (FIS) Women's Ski Jumping World Cup wins in a row as her complete and utter domination of the season continued in Hinzenbach in Austria today.