International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach led the tributes to United States' double Olympic basketball gold medallist Kobe Bryant, who died yesterday in a fatal helicopter crash.
The International Basketball Federation (FIBA) Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament has been moved from Foshan in China to Belgrade in Serbia due to fears over the coronavirus outbreak.
World players' union FIFPro have promised they will stand by their athletes if they make a political statement at this year's Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Hamilton’s attempts to bring the 2030 Commonwealth Games to the city have received a fresh boost after the community group behind the bid was invited to submit the second part of its hosting proposal by March 9.
Eleven-time world champion canoeist Laurence Vincent-Lapointe has been cleared to return to competition after it was ruled she did not knowingly take a banned substance.
Controversial tennis champion Margaret Court has been presented with a trophy at the Australian Open, to mark the 50-year anniversary of her calendar year Grand Slam.
Next month's 9th Asian Indoor Athletics Championships scheduled to be held at Hangzhou in China is the latest event to be affected by the coronavirus outbreak after it was announced it would no longer be taking place there.
Brazil's Olympic judo champion Rafaela Silva is set to fight her two-year doping ban at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).
A rehearsal at Chiba’s Makuhari Messe Convention Center on the outskirts of Tokyo has given a taster of a segment, expected to last 10 minutes.
Newly-uncovered archive documents have confirmed persistent allegations that drug-use entered into the upper levels of sport in New Zealand sport around the time of the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich.
The International Cycling Union (UCI) has decided, as of this season, to make more resources available through the anti-doping programme set up for its Women’s WorldTeams.
Ten cities will host Gold level athletics meetings across four continents as part of the pilot year for the World Athletics Continental Tour in 2020.
Tokyo 2020 has signed up fitness and sports equipment company Technogym as an official supporter.
Canada's Jim Baba and Kevin Quinn have been named as the respective technical delegates for the baseball and softball competitions at Tokyo 2020.
Britain's number one Dan Evans has stated he would rather miss Tokyo 2020 to focus on the hard court season, including the US Open, leaving Team GB facing the prospect of not having a representative in the men's singles in the Olympic Games, an event they won the gold medal in at London 2012 and Rio 2016.