World Taekwondo has unveiled its latest international complex in Wuxi in China.
Canada's women bounced back from their surprise defeat at the hands of Britain as they beat Spain at the Wheelchair Basketball World Championships in Hamburg.
Hosts Vanuatu beat Fiji in the final of the men's tournament but were denied a clean sweep after their women lost to the same opponents at the Hockey Series event in Port Vila.
Steps have been taken to form an Athletes' Commission at the Barbados Olympic Association (BOA).
Former Winter Universiade champion Olga Zharkova has been named an ambassador for Krasnoyarsk 2019 during a special festival in Saint Petersburg.
U.S. Figure Skating have announced six clubs and programmes have been awarded community developments grants.
Colombia’s Juan Franco has urged sambo athletes to study anti-doping rules as he continues his own comeback from a two-year ban from the sport.
Saudi Arabia successfully defended their International Federation for Athletes with Intellectual Impairments World Football Championships title as they beat Argentina 2-0 in the final in Sweden.
Tickets have gone on sale for next month's Professional Squash Association (PSA) China Open in Shanghai.
Almaty is set to host the World University Futsal Championships with group matches beginning tomorrow in the Kazakhstan city.
Argentine Olympic Committee President Gerardo Werthein has been elected chair of the Olympic Broadcasting Services (OBS) for its Swiss operations, replacing Richard Pound, who was removed from the position last week.
The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) have announced that Karim Ibrahim has been removed from their ruling Council.
Dahlin pledges to rebuild trust if elected IBU President as admits awareness of rumours of Russian lobbying for rival candidate
International Biathlon Union (IBU) Presidential candidate Olle Dahlin has admitted he is aware of suggestions that Russia is lobbying heavily for rival candidate Baiba Broka as he pledged to restore the reputation and rebuild trust in the embattled organisation if he is elected to the top job.
Amnesty International have claimed that Indonesian police have shot dead more than 70 people in the lead-up to the country’s hosting of the 2018 Asian Games here, criticising what it describes as an "unnecessary and excessive use of force".
Two more American Olympic champions have spoken out after abuse at the hands of former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar.