Olympic badminton champion Carolina Marín has offered her medals to healthcare workers in Spain to say thank you for their work during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The director of the French Open has said problems at the ill-fated Adria Tour were caused by organisers being "overconfident".
Trinidad and Tobago boxers will resume a full training regime next month after the period of coronavirus shutdown.
China’s women’s volleyball head coach Lang Ping has confirmed her intention to retire after the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Sir John Walker has donated his national team warm-up suit from the Edinburgh 1986 Commonwealth Games to World Athletics Heritage Collection.
FIFA and US Soccer have stated that all 17 American cities vying to host matches for the 2026 World Cup will start on an equal basis ahead of its workshops with the shortlisted organisers.
Riders have competed in the first two stages of the virtual Tour de France as organisers seek to raise money for charity during the coronavirus pandemic.
World Athletics says global calendar impossible if based on politics after long jumper's call to avoid China
World Athletics has said it would be impossible to maintain a global sporting calendar if it changed competitions based on shifting political landscapes, after long jumper Tyrone Smith called for the governing body to refuse to host Diamond League events in China until the new security law in Hong Kong is repealed.
British four-time Olympic champion Mo Farah has set his sights on breaking the one-hour world record at the Wanda Diamond League event in Brussels in September.
Tuvalu, one of the smallest nations in the world, has seen an upturn in the development of badminton due to a programme that has brought the sport to the streets.
Black British sprinter Bianca Williams has accused the Metropolitan Police in London of institutional racism and violence following a traffic stop with her partner.
Association of Boxing Alliances in The Philippines (ABAP) President Ricky Vargas believes the country "lost steam" after the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games were postponed to next year.
Outgoing All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) chief executive Richard Lewis has confirmed the organisation will not be able to insure Wimbledon against the possibility of a pandemic cancelling the event again next year.
Finland's two-time Olympic rowing bronze medallist Veli Lehtelä has died at the age of 84 in the city of Valkeakoski.
The International Swimming Federation (FINA) expects to be able to restrict this year's deficit to less than CHF20 million (£16.6 million/$20.8 million/€18.6 million), in spite of severe COVID-19-related disruption to originally anticipated cash flows.