Minsk will host the 2019 European Games after Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko confirmed they were prepared to step in here today.
Hickey health in danger if not allowed to return to Ireland, claims acting President of European Olympic Committees
Patrick Hickey should be returned home from Brazil to Ireland otherwise his health could be seriously affected, it was claimed at the start of the 45th European Olympic Committees General Assembly here today.
Britain has submitted bids to host three taekwondo events, including the 2019 World Championships which it intends to stage in Manchester.
United States businessman Aaron Davidson has pleaded guilty to participating in a scheme in which bribes were paid to former FIFA vice-president Jeffrey Webb in return for media and marketing rights.
British Cycling chief executive Ian Drake has announced he will be stepping down from his role at a time when the governing body is under scrutiny from UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) regarding allegations of wrongdoing surrounding therapeutic use exemptions (TUEs) and the administering of medication to riders.
Lana Al-Jaghbeer has been replaced as secretary general of the Jordan Olympic Committee (JOC) by Nasser Majali, it has been announced in a major leadership change designed to improve the running of the organisation on the road to 2020.
Tina Maze of Slovenia, the double Olympic gold medallist, has officially announced her retirement from Alpine skiing at a press conference in Soelden in Austria.
Paralympics New Zealand launches first-ever open day aiming to help disabled people get involved in sport
Rio 2016 Paralympic Games gold medallists Sophie Pascoe, Cameron Leslie and Nikita Howarth were in attendance at the AUT Millennium in Auckland to launch the first ever Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ) open day.
Employees at health care solutions provider McKesson Canada have donated CAD$10,000 (£6,200/$7,600/€6,900) to the Paralympic Foundation of Canada in a bid to help support future generations of Canadian Paralympians.
The Professional Squash Association (PSA) has announced a long-term partnership with DAZN, a new live sports streaming service, that it is claimed will "transform squash's visibility and profile across Japan".
Minsk will step in to host the 2019 European Games, Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko is expected to announce here tomorrow.
Durban’s hosting of the 2022 Commonwealth Games "hangs in the balance" according to Gideon Sam, President of the South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC).
Marisol Casado looks set to be re-elected unopposed as the President of the International Triathlon Union (ITU) after she was confirmed as the only candidate for the post today.
WADA to appeal after Paris court condemns "presumption of innocence breach" regarding adviser to former IAAF President
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has said it will appeal after the High Court of Paris sentenced the organisation for an "infringement of the presumption of innocence" concerning Habib Cissé, the former adviser to the ex-head of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Lamine Diack.
The World Rowing Federation (FISA) have claimed they have not been involved in any discussions about moving the Tokyo 2020 Olympic venue out of Japan.