The delayed European Table Tennis Championships are set to finally begin in Warsaw, with the continent’s top stars hoping for a strong tournament as part of their final preparations for Tokyo 2020.
World number one Ali Farag will begin his Professional Squash Association (PSA) World Tour Finals against defending champion Marwan ElShorbagy tomorrow at the Mall of Arabia in Cairo.
Zimbabwe’s Stanley Mutoya, currently chief executive of the African Union Sports Council Region 5 based in Gaborone, Botswana, has been appointed chairperson of the Accra 2023 African Games technical committee.
An event for people with disabilities has been organised by the Cook Islands Sports and National Olympic Committee (CISNOC) with the support of the country’s Ministry of Education and other groups.
Virtus has launched a research project aimed at reviewing how sport for athletes with an intellectual impairment is funded around the world.
Kenya's Olympic taekwondo qualifier Faith Wanjiku Ogallo has entered a pre-departure bubble camp as she prepares to head to Tokyo 2020.
Tokyo 2020 has confirmed athletes will be allowed to drink alcohol inside their rooms at the Athletes' Village, but condoms will not be distributed during the delayed Olympic Games as part of efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Organisers of the delayed Olympic Games in Tokyo are reportedly considering allowing 20,000 people to attend the Opening Ceremony on July 23.
An unnamed member of the Ugandan team for the delayed Olympic Games in Tokyo tested positive for COVID-19 upon arrival and was denied entry to the country, the Japanese Government has confirmed.
Five weightlifters whose chances of qualifying for the Olympic Games appeared to be dead have been told they will be going to Tokyo 2020.
Preparations for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup will take an important step forward in Australia and New Zealand this month as a delegation from football’s world governing body are due to take part in a two-week tour of inspection.
Sergey Bubka has taken over as the Acting President of the International Masters Games Association (IMGA) following the decision of Kai Holm to step down after 26 years in the role.
London Olympic Stadium stages another "Super Saturday" - this time with COVID-19 jabs the gold medal
London’s Olympic Stadium has staged another "Super Saturday" nearly nine years after Jessica Ennis-Hill, Greg Rutherford and Mo Farah produced one of the greatest nights in British sporting history, except this time it was not gold medals being handed out but coronavirus vaccines.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach lent his support to a member of the Refugee Olympic Team (EOR) during the Swiss national cycling time trials in Lausanne.
There is hope that hundreds of spectators could be permitted to watch the upcoming International Basketball Federation Men’s Olympic Qualification Tournament in Victoria in Canada.