Golf's European Tour has decided to cancel next week’s Hong Kong Open due to ongoing social unrest.
Russian Athletics Federation President among top officials charged by AIU for obstructing doping investigation
Russian Athletics Federation (RusAF) President Dmitry Shlyakhtin has been suspended by the Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) and the national governing body he leads charged with serious breaches of the anti-doping rules, including obstructing an investigation.
Campaigning Paris politicians have weighed in to support French hoteliers who reacted angrily this week to the International Olympic Committee (IOC)’s new $500 million (£386 million/€452 million) worldwide sponsorship deal with United States tech company Airbnb.
Umar Kremlev, the Russian Boxing Federation secretary general who offered to personally wipe out the International Boxing Association's $16 million debt, has been put in charge of attracting new investment for the world governing body.
World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) executive director Michael Schmidt says the international governing body is very close to having "perfect conditions" and being ready for next year's Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Skeletal remains of at least 187 people were retrieved from the site of the new National Stadium, the main venue for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games, before construction began, it has been revealed.
Tokyo Metropolitan Government has provided a preview of the Olympic Aquatics Centre and Ariake Arena as construction of the venues approaches its conclusion.
World Athletics confirms Coe and Taylor meeting is on as Lavillenie and Dame Valerie Adams prepare to join Council
World Athletics has confirmed that the planned meeting between world and Olympic triple jump champion Christian Taylor and its President Sebastian Coe and chief executive Jon Ridgeon ahead of the World Athlete of the Year awards on Saturday (November 23) here will go ahead.
Hungarian University Sports Federation secretary-general Mózes Székely believes hosting the 2025 Summer Universiade would come at the right time for the country, with venues completed and anniversaries set to be marked.
Olympic silver medals from Sochi 2014 were awarded to the United States' two- and four-man bobsleigh teams at the Team USA annual awards, where gymnast Simone Biles and ice skater Nathan Chen were also recognised.
Belgium, Colombia, France, Italy and the Netherlands will boast a full team of five riders for the men's Olympic road races, after the International Cycling Union (UCI) confirmed the number of quota places for the competition.
New Zealand’s triple Olympic champion Peter Snell attempted to defy a serious heart problem in order to attend the World Athletics Heritage Mile Night event that took place here tonight.
Cleveland's St Paul AME Zion Church will hold the funeral for one of the city's most honoured sons on Saturday (November 23) - four-time Olympic gold medallist Harrison Dillard, who died last Friday (November 15) aged 96.
Organisers of the 2020 Winter Youth Olympics in Lausanne are encouraging people to pay a visit to the brand-new official shop for the Games.
Canadian Olympic Committee's charitable organisation the beneficiary as National Red Mitten Day held
The Canadian Olympic Foundation (COF), the official charitable organisation of the Canadian Olympic Committee and Team Canada, will receive CAD$3.90 (£2.30/$2.90/€2.60) from every pair of CAD$15 (£9/$11/€10) mittens sold today on National Red Mitten Day.