French Sports Minister Laura Flessel has said the country’s team for the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympic Games will not travel to South Korea if its security cannot be guaranteed.
The World Archery Championships in Mexico City will currently go ahead as planned next month, despite the devastating earthquake which has rocked the country.
Turkmenistan National Olympic Committee secretary general Azat Muradov believes the ongoing 2017 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games (AIMAG) here have made the world aware of the country’s capability to host major sporting events.
Three races have been added to the International Cycling Union (UCI) Women’s WorldTour for the 2018 season, it has been confirmed.
America’s Cup winning skipper Glenn Ashby and laser radial world champion Marit Bouwmeester are among the nominees for the 2017 Rolex World Sailor of the Year Awards.
The Canadian city of Montreal has been awarded the 2020 International Skating Union (ISU) World Figure Skating Championships.
The International Judo Federation (IJF) has launched a series of videos on leading judokas, under the title "Legends of Judo".
The International Boxing Association (AIBA) has officially opened the team registrations for the 2017 Women’s Junior and Youth World Championships, which are scheduled to be held in Indian city Guwahati from November 19 to 26.
The official emblem and slogan for the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup have been revealed.
Matt Archibald is to join GB Taekwondo as chief executive after announcing he will leave the British Olympic Association (BOA) at the end of October.
United States Ski and Snowboard is to launch "regional excellence conferences" this autumn, to give clubs the chance to "innovate" before the winter season.
The Rugby League European Federation (RLEF) held a level two coaches course at Sport Wales' headquarters in Cardiff.
West Indies’ Kraigg Brathwaite has been given permission to continue bowling in international cricket after the sport's world governing body confirmed the off-spinner’s action has been found to be legal.
Newly elected International Cycling Union (UCI) President David Lappartinent believes his landslide victory over Brian Cookson was partly due to national federations expecting greater support from the previous leadership over the past four years.
New RUSADA leader warns McLaren Report accusations must be tackled seriously if confidence to be restored
Russia lost credibility following the publication of the McLaren Report but it can be restored, the new head of the country's National Anti-Doping Agency has claimed.