Sir Geoffrey Boycott has put the cricket bat he used to score the 100th first-class century of his career up for auction, with estimates it could fetch as much as £50,000 ($65,000/€55,000).
Collecting and Heritage News
Trophies and race numbers belonging to two of the greatest milers in history, Ireland’s Ron Delany, and Hungary’s late László Tábori, have been donated to the World Athletics Heritage Collection.
Shoes worn by Belarus basketball star Yelena Leuchanka at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games are being auctioned online to raise money for the Belarus Sports Solidarity Fund (BSSF).
A musical about the life of legendary Dutch footballer Johan Cruyff is set to open next year, paying tribute to one of the sport's greatest-ever players.
World Lacrosse has taken an important step to setting up a Hall of Fame with the aim of honouring, celebrating, preserving and sharing the outstanding accomplishments and contributions of those who have helped contribute to the sport.
An ambition to become the dominant company in the lucrative football trading card and sticker market has led to The Topps Company appointing the United States’ two-time winning FIFA Women's World Cup coach Jill Ellis to its Board of Directors.
A bronze statue of triple Olympic gold medal-winning horse Valegro is to be erected in the small market town in Gloucestershire in England where the gelding is based with his rider Charlotte Dujardin.
Germany’s flag that was carried during the Opening Ceremony of the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro has been put up for sale on eBay for $10,000 (£7,700/€8,500).
Monaco's Prince Albert has helped reopen the Olympic Museum in Sarajevo nearly three decades after it was destroyed during the Bosnian War.
A blue plaque has been unveiled in Newbury in the United Kingdom to five-time Wimbledon champion and Olympic silver medallist Lottie Dod.
A piece of the floor signed by the late Kobe Bryant after his last match in the National Basketball Association (NBA) in 2016 has been sold for $631,200 (£487,400/€536,900) at auction.
The iconic 35-ton set of steel Olympic Rings that lit up the Sydney Harbour Bridge during the 2000 Games, which closed 20-years-ago today, have been put up for sale on auction site eBay.
Sports in the United Kingdom are being urged to take part in National Sporting Heritage Day, which is celebrating its sixth anniversary today.
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).
The United States Mint has released its first coins with applied colour to celebrate the 2020 Naismith Basketball Memorial Hall of Fame.