Rebellion within world football has taken another step after the South American continental federation joined European body UEFA in supporting Michel Platini despite the Frenchman being handed a 90 day ban from all involvement in the sport by the FIFA Ethics Committee.
Staff including cleaners, catering workers and turnstile operators will be funded by the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) rather than English Premier League club West Ham United when they move into the Olympic Stadium next year.
South Korean broadcasting company SBS has been awarded exclusive rights for the inaugural World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) Premier12 event in the Asian nation, it has been announced.
Belgium's Olympic high jump champion Tia Hellebaut and former Belgian international footballer Jean-Marie Pfaff will be special guests at a press conference to mark the official launch of the World Sports Legends Award, it has been announced.
A schedule has been released for the 2016 World Para-triathlon Event series, which will begin in Buffalo City, South Africa on March 19.
The International Boxing Association (AIBA) has launched a new mobile app here at the 2015 World Championships, giving boxing fans around the world access to all the latest news and results as they happen.
Saving Grace from Branden keeps International team within one point of United States at Presidents Cup
South African Branden Grace’s superb performance in near darkness at the Jack Nicklaus Golf Club in Incheon ensured the International team kept within one point of the United States going into the final day of the Presidents Cup.
OCA invite applications for Development Project aimed at young high jumpers and table tennis players
National Olympic Committees from across Asia are being invited to submit a young athlete and a coach to participate in an Asian Youth Development Project for 2015, to be organised by the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) in cooperation with Doha's Aspire Academy.
Rotating the SportAccord Presidency between three year terms of representatives from the four consituent groups of International Federations is among proposals in new draft statutes of the organisation circulated to members this week.
FIFA's Presidential Election, scheduled for next February, could be postponed, it has been suggested as pressure grows for an external figure to take over the running of football's beleaguered world governing body.
Brazil's Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply has been warned to speed up the process allowing international horses to be brought into the country, or risk competition at next year's Rio Olympics and Paralympics being moved outside the nation.
Exclusive: Bulgaria and Italy "90 per cent" likely to co-host 2018 Men's World Volleyball Championships
Bulgaria and Italy are "90 per cent" likely to co-host the 2018 Men's World Championships, becoming the first nations to jointly hold the showpiece event, according to International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) President Ary Graça.
An appeal has been filed by Sepp Blatter against his suspension from football by FIFA's Ethics Committee, with the Swiss' lawyers insisting he "will not be found guilty", while former vice-president Chung Mong joon is planning to appeal his six-year ban to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).
Israel have been granted visas to compete at the International Judo Federation (IJF) Grand Slam event in Abu Dhabi, due to be held at the end of October, the governing body have stated.