The German Olympic Sports Confederation (DOSB) has warned that the financial damage to German sports organisations as a result of the coronavirus pandemic could run into the billions.
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This year's Boston Marathon has been cancelled, after race organisers decided it was "not feasible" to hold the event in 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The International University Sports Federation (FISU) has cancelled World University Championships in four more sports because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The trial of former IAAF (International Association of Athletics Federations) President Lamine Diack, who has been accused of corruption, influence-trafficking and money laundering, has been moved back five days to June 8.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) is threatening to move the 2021 edition of the Twenty20 World Cup away from India.
Athletes in Switzerland able to train again from June 6 as Federal Council announces easing of restrictions
Athletes in Switzerland will be able to resume training from June 6 after the country's Federal Council announced that restrictions to combat coronavirus will be "largely relaxed" from that date.
The world's top snooker players are set to take part in a new-look tournament behind closed doors on June 1, as the sport resumes following its shutdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
A virtual equivalent to this year's Liberty Race, an event in Spain that invites people to run or walk over ten kilometres to support those with disabilities, is taking place on the date the event was originally scheduled.
A programme has been launched to help people in the local area get jobs created by the Commonwealth Games coming to Birmingham in 2022.
A host of Russian sambists have taken part in a fun video entitled Sweet Sambo Dreams, featuring some of the country's stars of the sport performing sambo moves in a variety of settings.
Hamilton in Canada is now focusing its plans on bidding for the 2026 Commonwealth Games, having previously targeted a bid for the 2030 edition.
Misspelt street named in honour of one of Ireland's greatest Olympians to be corrected after 60 years
The sign for a street named in honour of one of Ireland's greatest Olympic gold medallists Ronnie Delany is to be changed after 60 years, after it was spelled incorrectly when it was put in place.
The Singapore Taekwondo Federation (STF) has announced that Wong Liang Ming, a former secretary general of the organisation has been suspended by World Taekwondo for grave misconduct.
The Papua New Guinea Olympic Committee (PNGOC) has suspended the membership of Bowls PNG for six months as a long-running dispute over whether the organisation's set-up represents the best interests of the country's lawn bowls community continues.
The finals of the biggest ever efootball competition for national teams gets underway tomorrow, with efootball enthusiasts from 16 countries competing for a €40,000 (£36,000/$43,000) prize.