Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) President Marcel Aubut has vowed to use the "whole power of his office" to promote a Toronto bid for the 2024 Olympics and Paralympics, insisting it is a race the city is capable of winning.
World Archery today elected six new members as it prepared to host its biggest-ever World Championships in Copenhagen.
British Athletics claim the large queues at the Sainsbury’s Anniversary Games ticket office last night, which led to a number of frustrated fans heading home out of pocket, was caused by “a substantial increase in walk-up purchasers”.
Organisers are hoping to continue the positive momentum of Toronto 2015 at next month's Parapan American Games, using the event as a platform to raise the profile of Paralympic sport across Canada.
Robert L. Wood, former chairman, President and chief executive of the Chemtura Corporation, has been appointed by the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) to its Board of Directors, it has been announced.
The 2015 Rugby World Cup is set to be the biggest of its kind to date following an increase in ticket capacity to 2.45 million on the back of final configuration across the 13 match venues.
FIFA President Sepp Blatter and Russia President Vladimir Putin were on hand to open today’s draw ceremony for the 2018 World Cup in St Petersburg's Constantine Palace as defending champions Germany avoided arguably the strongest second-seeded teams, France and Italy, in the qualifying section for Europe.
Athletics Australia has called for an investigation into the triple jump final at the Moscow 1980 Olympic Games, claiming it has scientific evidence that Australian athlete Ian Campbell was incorrectly denied a gold medal-winning jump.
Brazil held their nerve to claim a thrilling overtime victory over Argentina here tonight on a frenetic final evening of Pan American Games sporting action otherwise headlined by two incident-packed men's relays on the athletics track.
The Sports Federation & Olympic Committee (SF&OC) of Hong Kong has held its annual Summer Youth Leadership Camp on Olympism at Tai Tam Scout Centre.
The United States’ Haley Anderson claimed the first gold medal of the 16th International Swimming Federation (FINA) World Championships in Kazan with success in the women’s five kilometres race.
Britain's Chris Froome is set to win the Tour de France for the second time after keeping hold of the yellow jersey at the conclusion of the final Alpine stage of the race, despite being given a scare by Colombia's Nairo Quintana in the closing kilometres up Alpe d'Huez.
The Netherlands’ Niek Kimmann and Venezuela’s Stefany Hernández claimed the elite men’s and women’s race titles at the International Cycling Union (UCI) BMX World Championships on a rain-soaked day in Zonder, Belgium.
Dutch star Dafne Schippers broke her own national record time to win the women’s 100 metres as the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Diamond League meeting came to a close here today.