International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) vice-president Luciano Rossi has been banned for three years by the governing body's Ethics Committee, insidethegames can reveal.
No anti-doping cases are being pursued against any players named in Russia's provisional squad for their home World Cup starting next month, FIFA have confirmed today.
USA Gymnastics chief executive Kerry Perry has said the organisation is on a "new path" following the horrific sexual abuse carried out by former team doctor Larry Nassar.
Calgary residents will get an updated estimate on how much hosting the 2026 Winter Olympics and Paralympics will cost next month, a key official has claimed, while insisting that any referendum on the potential bid will be binding.
Organisers of the Naples 2019 Summer Universiade are running a campaign in an attempt to recruit 10,000 volunteers.
Ben Nichols has left his position as director of communications and public affairs for the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) after six months in the role.
A man has been arrested for alleged trademark infringement after being found to be in possession of fake commemorative medals for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
American modern pentathlete Logan Storie is free to return to competition on Thursday (May 24) after serving a backdated 15-month doping ban which has only just been announced.
World Games staff met with local organisers of the 2021 edition in Birmingham, Alabama, as preparations for the event continue.
American boxer Eric Molina has been banned for two years for testing positive for dexamethasone.
New Zealand boxer David Nyika has been reunited with his Gold Coast 2018 gold medal after it was stolen from his car.
A study has shown that three World Taekwondo events had a positive impact on the host cities.
Cultivators in Canadian city Calgary will be sending hemp fibre from cannabis plants to help shore up the sliding track being built for the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics.
Former UK Athletics chairman Ed Warner has been appointed interim chair of British Basketball in an attempt to lead the organisation out of a financial crisis.
The World Karate Federation (WKF) has hailed the success of the first year of Olympic Solidarity activities for members of the sport's family, resulting in a series of events organised across the globe.