World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) President Sir Craig Reedie is "very disturbed" by the latest widespread athletics doping allegations which have emerged, vowing to immediately hand them over to the WADA Independent Commission for further investigation.
Exclusive: Calls for greater targeted testing following data showing hundreds of abnormal blood samples
International Olympic Committee (IOC) member and Athens 2004 high jump champion Stefan Holm has called for more specific testing of suspicious athletes following the emergence of data allegedly showing a third of all medallists in endurance events at major championships over the last decade produced abnormal blood samples.
South Korea’s Jin Young Ko and Chinese Taipei’s Teresa Lu share the lead of the Women’s British Open ahead of the final day’s play at Turnberry in Scotland.
Home favourite Stephan Hansen was crowned as the men’s compound archery world champion after defeating India’s Rajat Chauhan in a thrilling final at the 2015 World Archery Championships in Copenhagen.
International Surfing Association praise launch of "game changing" inland surfing lagoon Surf Snowdonia
The International Surfing Association (ISA) have hailed the launch of Surf Snowdonia, an inland surf lagoon located in Wales, claiming it will help revolutionise how the sport is delivered, presented and watched.
Brazil’s Ana Marcela Cunha successfully defended her women’s 25 kilometres open water swimming title after prevailing in a sprint finish at the International Swimming Federation (FINA) World Aquatics Championships in Kazan.
Health and life insurance company Vitality have been announced as the principal sponsor of the England netball team after agreeing a long term deal, the biggest in the sport's history.
Genzebe Dibaba, controversially selected only for the 5,000 metres at next month’s International Association of Athletics Federations World Championships in Beijing four days after breaking the 22-year-old world record in the 1500m, will double up in China - and her coach, Jama Aden, believes she is capable of becoming the first woman under 3min 50sec for the latter distance.
Russia successfully defended their synchronised swimming free routine title in front of the home fans at the International Swimming Federation (FINA) World Championships in Kazan.
Norway’s Suzann Pettersen enjoys a two-shot lead at the end of the second day of competition Women’s British Open at Turnberry in Scotland.
The 2015 World Orienteering Championships are due to get underway today in the Highlands and Moray in Scotland, with nine titles set to be won across 10 days of competition before the event is due to close on August 8.
Germany and Indonesia secure final Rio 2016 men's individual quota places at World Archery Championships
Germany and Indonesia took advantage of a second chance tournament at the World Archery Championships in Copenhagen to claim the final two men’s individual recurve quota places at the Rio 2016 Olympics.
Olympic champions Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and Greg Rutherford laid down impressive markers here tonight in the last International Association of Athletics Federations’ Diamond League meeting before next month’s World Championships in Beijing.
South Korea’s Hyo-Joo Kim holds a one-stroke lead after the opening round of the Women’s British Open at Turnberry in Scotland.
Teenager Kim Kuk-hyang fired North Korea to their first-ever gold medal at the International Swimming Federation (FINA) World Championships after winning the women’s 10 metres platform diving title.