The European Judo Union (EJU) has cancelled four events and set new dates for two others as calendar disruption continues because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Executive Committee of the Chengdu 2021 Summer World University Games has issued new debit cards with one of its official partners, the Chengdu branch of the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC).
The German Olympic Sports Confederation (DOSB) have announced that 50 clubs for young athletes have received grants worth €5,000 (£4,600/$5,900).
Double world champion Anna van der Breggen will bid to make history when she competes in the La Flèche Wallonne tomorrow.
Sochi 2014 snowboard champion Julia Dujmovits has announced she is coming out of retirement.
Swiss Sliding have appointed two of the country's former bobsleigh pilots to key governance positions.
The second edition of the Football Association (FA) Cup trophy, which cost £25 ($33/€28) to make, was sold today at auction for nearly £760,000 ($977,000/€834,000).
Two-time Paratriathlon world champion Sally Pilbeam has announced her retirement after the enforced break caused by the COVID-19 pandemic allowed her to "reassess" her career.
Pacific Games 3x3 basketball gold medallist Seve Susuico has been given a key role by the Guam Basketball Confederation (GBC).
Boris Skrynnik has been re-elected to serve another term as President of the Russian Bandy Federation.
Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ) has held its eighth community event as part of The Celebration Project, which acknowledges the achievements of the nation's 209 Paralympians through official recognition.
The legendary Russian Sambo-70 school has celebrated the 50th anniversary of its existence, having opened its doors to some of the best in the sport in 1970.
Jamaican Para taekwondo player Shauna-Kay Hines is targeting becoming a member of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Governing Board.
The eSailing World Championship playoffs are due to begin tomorrow, with the competition set to whittle down 1,000 contestants ahead of the final stages of the season.
ParaVolley Europe has cancelled all of its planned competitions in October as COVID-19 cases continue to rise.