Global snack provider Mondelēz International showed its support for the third edition of the British Paralympic Association’s (BPA) National Paralympic Day by providing a team of volunteers to aid the smooth running of the event.
IAAF says "sensationalist" doping allegations by Sunday Times and ARD are incorrect and based on published data
The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) has described the most recent allegations of doping within the sport, made at the weekend by the Sunday Times and German TV company ARD, as "sensationalist and confusing" and based on data that was not conclusive in itself and was openly published by the world governing body four years ago.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach has insisted Rio 2016 will achieve a "great legacy" when asked about pollution concerns on Guanabara Bay here on the eve of celebrations marking exactly one-year until the Opening Ceremony of the Olympic Games.
Canada, Denmark and Hungary latest countries to back Coe to become IAAF President amid doping crisis
Canada, Denmark and Hungary are the latest countries to publicly pledge their support for Sebastian Coe's campaign to become the new President of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF).
British Sports Minister Tracey Crouch today launched a wide-ranging public consultation on sport in the United Kingdom amid growing concerns that the country is failing to live up to the legacy promise of the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics.
Rio 2016's "Transforma" education programme, a key Olympic and Paralympic legacy of the Games, is being expanded around and beyond the host country following an online launch.
The 2015 Friendship Games, originally due to be held from August 7 to 9, have been postponed until November owing to the current political tension in Burundi and Rwanda, it has been announced.
Toronto 2015 volunteers will be thanked for their efforts during the Pan American Games at a gathering in the city today ahead of the Parapan American Games, due to underway with the Opening Ceremony on Friday (August 7).
Britain’s James Guy produced a stunning performance to shock the field in the men’s 200 metres freestyle as he claimed victory at the International Swimming Federation (FINA) World Aquatics Championships in Kazan.
Global asset management group Columbia Threadneedle have been announced as the title sponsor of the International Triathlon Union (ITU) World Triathlon Series race in Leeds, England, next year.
The International Sports Federation for Persons with Intellectual Disability (Inas) has revealed the host cities for three of its upcoming major events in 2016 and 2017, with Melbourne, confirmed as the venue for the inaugural Inas International Sailing Championships.
Great Britain’s Sophie Hahn, who broke her own women's 100 metres T38 world record at the recent International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Athletics Grand Prix Final in London, is one of five nominees for July’s IPC Allianz Athlete of the Month award.
Cerebral Palsy International Sport and Recreation Association (CPISRA) World Games event director Ali Talbot has praised the contribution of Sport Nottinghamshire for their help in organising the 2015 event, due to begin in English city Nottingham on Thursday (August 6).
Qualifiers for this year’s Skateboarding World Championships who cannot afford to travel to Kimberley in South Africa due to lack of sponsor or Government funding will be provided financial assistance by World Skateboarding Federation (WSF), it has been announced.
Nine-times Paralympic gold medallist announced as latest speaker for British Blind Sport Anniversary Dinner
Nine-times Paralympic swimming gold medallist Lord Chris Holmes will speak at the British Blind Sport (BBS) Ruby Anniversary Dinner at the Mallory Court Hotel in Leamington Spa in November, it has been announced.