Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah has resigned from all of his roles within football after the key sporting powerbroker appeared to be identified in a United States Department of Justice (DoJ) document in connection with their corruption investigation.
Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) Presidential candidate Danielle Roche has pledged to support national administrators should she be elected on May 6.
New Zealand's double Olympic champion Eric Murray has announced his retirement from rowing.
Two of Jesse Owens' gold medals from the Berlin 1936 Olympic Games will be auctioned in August.
British Canoeing has announced Mark Ratcliffe has been appointed head coach of their high-performance canoe slalom programme.
Royston LaHee has been re-elected President of the Grenada Olympic Committee (GOC) to serve a ninth consecutive four-year term.
Dave Jarrett, the United States Ski Team Nordic Combined head coach, has announced he is leaving after 15 years at the organisation.
The Palestine Olympic Committee (POC) joined forces with the country’s Ministry of Education to organise a special week for schoolchildren living there.
Hosts Australia won the International Swimming Federation (FINA) Water Polo Intercontinental Tournament after defeating the United States 8-6 at the Gold Coast Aquatics Centre.
Former England captain Charlotte Edwards has been named as an ambassador for this year's International Cricket Council (ICC) Women's World Cup.
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.
Russia’s Ekaterina Sharmina has been banned until 2022 by the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA) after failing a drugs test six months after being handed another suspension.
Madrid's Laboratory has been reinstated by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) after the organisation decided to lift the suspension of its accreditation.