Malgorzata Grzyb has been appointed as senior independent director at British Judo as the organisation continues its governance review process to address the issues raised after Glasgow was stripped of the 2015 European Championships.
United World Wrestling (UWW) has called for artists to submit entries for an exhibit which will run alongside next month's World Championships in Paris.
Former professional rugby player ‘Inoke Una’anga Afeaki has been announced as the director of operations for Team Tonga.
Northern Ireland warned not hosting Commonwealth Youth Games would be missed opportunity as Bahamas 2017 closed
It would be an "enormous missed opportunity" if Northern Ireland are unable to stage the Commonwealth Youth Games, it was claimed, after Belfast 2021 did not play a part in the Closing Ceremony of Bahamas 2017 here tonight.
Commonwealth Games Australia (CGA) chief executive Craig Phillips has revealed they will only submit a formal bid for 2022 as a last resort and if an alternative host cannot be found.
London 2017 co-chair Ed Warner has claimed the British Paralympic Association (BPA) and UK Athletics are both "extremely keen" for the city to bid for the 2019 World Para Athletics Championships.
King Felipe VI to seek another unifying moment at 25th anniversary of Barcelona 1992 Opening Ceremony
Felipe VI, the King of Spain, will visit Barcelona on Tuesday (July 25) to take part in the celebrations marking the 25th anniversary of the 1992 Olympic Opening Ceremony – and he will be hoping to have a similarly inspiring and unifying effect to the one he managed as his nation’s flagbearer on that occasion.
Fernando Reis, Brazil’s most famous weightlifter, has claimed he will sue the President of his own National Federation because of a selection row that has threatened his participation in the Pan American Championships - due to start here today - and the World Championships.
Wrocław 2017 sports and venues director Grzegorz Pyzałka has claimed he has no concerns surrounding the legacy of the World Games.
Russia’s Vladimir Lisin has been re-elected as the European Shooting Confederation following the organisation's General Assembly.
World Bowling chief executive Kevin Dornberger claimed here today that bowlers "are starved" without a place on the Olympic programme.
Final bid presentations for the 2019 International Boxing Association (AIBA) World Championships are due to be made at AIBA’s latest Executive Committee meeting, which is scheduled to begin in Moscow tomorrow amid reports the governing body is on the verge of bankruptcy.
A physical activity toolkit is set to be launched in Scotland to mark the third anniversary of the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
A women’s 50 kilometres race walk event will feature for the first time at an International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Championships when this year's edition takes place here next month, it was announced today.
Dan Evans positive test for cocaine was the only decision announced by the Tennis Anti-Doping Programme during the first quarter of 2017.