Teqball has been officially launched in Beijing at an event attended by more than 1,000 people in the Chinese capital.
World Karate Federation (WKF) President Antonio Espinós has claimed the sport will be a "remarkable asset" to the European Games after keeping its place on the programme.
Players at the French Open with medical documents confirming they have tested positive for COVID-19 before the Grand Slam began are not in danger of being thrown out of the tournament, according to reports.
Dutch road race champion Mathieu van der Poel is aiming to prove himself on "several stages" in what he believes will be a "unique" BinckBank Tour.
The Saudi Arabian Olympic Committee (SAOC) is celebrating 20 years since Hadi Soua’an Al-Somaily "inspired a generation" by winning the country’s first Olympic medal.
The Irish Athletic Boxing Association (IABA) has parted ways with another coach in the build-up to the rearranged Tokyo 2020 Olympics, after Billy McClean left the organisation.
Commonwealth Games England (CGE) has unveiled a campaign video documenting the experience of athletes during the coronavirus-enforced lockdown in the country.
The Brazilian Baseball and Softball Confederation (CBBS) has announced the cancellation of every tournament in the country in 2020 due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Iran has hosted the Capital Cup, a virtual international tournament in poomsae taekwondo.
World champions and Olympic medallists are among those set to battle it out for glory at the European 49er, 49erFX, and Nacra 17 Championships in Austria this week.
Professor Dr Lajos Mocsai – the former coach of Hungary’s men’s and women’s handball teams – has been elected President of the Hungarian University Sports Federation (HUSF).
The United States Mint has released its first coins with applied colour to celebrate the 2020 Naismith Basketball Memorial Hall of Fame.
The Mongolian Sambo Federation (MSF) played a part in initiating the construction of a new Olympic sports complex in the county's capital Ulaanbaatar.
The National Olympic Committee of Sierra Leone (NOCSL) marked World Cleanup Day by helping to tidy streets in the country's capital Freetown.
More good news came from the Canadian city of Edmonton as another Para-athlete, Amanda Rummery, was reunited with her two stolen bikes.