Toronto 2015 Pan American Games tickets have been put back on sale, following a temporary closure in March, when the focus was shifted to sales for the Parapan American Games.
The World Squash Federation (WSF) has announced that The Netherlands has stepped in to stage the 2015 World Junior Championships after Egypt's capital Cairo was stripped of the hosting rights because of terrorism fears.
Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro have successfully defended their International Equestrian Federation World Cup Dressage Final freestyle title with an exceptional performance in Las Vegas.
Campaign group Reinstate Paralympic Sailing into 2020 Games has hit back at claims by the International Association for Disabled Sailing (IFDS) that it spread misinformation concerning the sport’s exclusion from Tokyo 2020 and appears to have published the final International Paralympic Committee (IPC) document sent to the IFDS.
Australia, New Zealand and hosts Canada boasted unbeaten records in the pool stage of the fourth World Rugby Women's Sevens Series leg of the season in Westhills Stadium, British Columbia.
Port Moresby 2015 has announced that 10 Papua New Guinea provinces have signed up to the Community Celebration Site programme ahead of this year's Pacific Games.
Six-time Paralympic gold medallist Sophie Pascoe has been named to lead an eight-strong New Zealand team at this year's International Paralympic Committee Swimming World Championships in Glasgow, Scotland.
Great Britain moved to within a single victory of guaranteeing promotion from the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) Division I Group B after beating hosts The Netherlands in Eindhoven.
France claim inaugural Wheelchair Rugby European Division B Championship title with win over Ireland
France stormed to victory over Ireland to claim the inaugural International Wheelchair Rugby Federation (IWRF) European Division B Championship title in Prague, Czech Republic.
South Sudan could become the 206th member of the International Olympic Committee at its Session in Kuala Lumpur in July, meaning athletes from the world’s newest nation would be able to compete under their own national flag at Rio 2016.
Transparency looks to have unexpected benefits for leading Olympic Movement administrators.
Sydney 2000 freestyle wrestling gold medallist Namig Abdullayev believes Azerbaijan hosting the inaugural European Games represents the first step on the path to his nation eventually staging an Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) will launch a free, online education service aimed specifically at Olympians, other elite athletes and their coaches during its Athlete Career Programme Forum in Lima next month.
Bernard Destrubé has announced the resignation of International Association for Disabled Sailing (IFDS) President John Twomey, with the Frenchman stating he has temporarily taken on the role.
India has been suspended by the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) following a catalogue of problems and conflicts between different groups and individuals.