Next week's Professional Squash Association (PSA) Women's World Championships in Kuala Lumpur is "in doubt" due to undisclosed security concerns, while defending champions England are among those to have withdrawn from the World Men’s Squash Team Championships in Cairo later this month.
Qatar 2022 and football governing body FIFA has been accused of doing too little to address "rampant migrant labour abuse" by Amnesty International on the eve of the fifth aniverssary of the Gulf nation being awarded the World Cup.
Sebastian Coe has officially replaced the disgraced Lamine Diack as chairman of the Diamond League AG, the company which owns and operates the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Diamond League, it has been announced.
National and City Governments to split new Tokyo 2020 Olympic Stadium cost with Japan Sports Council
Tokyo's City Government will foot a quarter of a JPN ¥158 billion yen (£850 million/$1.3 billion/€1.2 billion) cost for the new Olympic and Paralympic stadium, it has been confirmed today.
China's five-time world champion Lin Dan is targeting a third consecutive Olympic gold medal at Rio 2016 after winning the test event in the Brazilian city, despite first criticising the atmosphere in the Riocentro Pavilion 4.
An inspection of Kazan’s preparations for next year's European Judo Championships has taken place with the European Judo Union (EJU) and the Russian Judo Federation (RJF) having assessed progress in the Russian city.
Teenager Jack Rossiter clinched the 10 metre air rifle title to continue Australian domination today at the Oceania Championships in Sydney.
Competition at the World Air Games is set to commence today with 1,200 athletes scheduled to compete until December 12 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Paralympic gold medallists Dan Fitzgibbon and Liesl Tesch remain in pole position to claim gold in the SKUD18 class at the Para World Sailing Championships following two more races in challenging conditions in Melbourne.
Germany 2006 World Cup corruption scandal, refugee crisis and doping scandals contributed to Hamburg decision not to bid for Olympics, claims Bach
Doubts over the budget, controversy surrounding Germany's bid to host the 2006 FIFA World Cup and recent doping scandals contributed to Hamburg's citizens voting against the city bidding for the 2024 Olympics and Paralympics, it was claimed today by Thomas Bach.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) "fully supports" and is not trying to impede any investigation into National Sporting Federations in Mexico, the body's deputy director general Pere Miró told insidethegames today.
Athletics Kenya chairman and former IAAF Council member accused of accepting two cars as gift from Qatar
Athletics Kenya chairman Isaiah Kiplagat has been accused of accepting a gift of two motor vehicles from the Qatar Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) when Doha was successfully bidding to host the 2019 World Championships last year.
There are no plans to disband the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA), despite it being declared non-compliant with the World Anti-Doping Code, the country's Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko claimed today.
KPMG, one of the world's largest advisory firms, has been appointed as the Official Professional Services Advisor to the 2018 Commonwealth Games in the Gold Coast.
Russian modern pentathlete Alexander Kukarin, a silver medallist at this year's World Championships, has died suddenly aged just 22.