By Michael Pavitt and Matthew Smith in Apia
Samoa 2019 chairman Loau Solamalemalo Keneti Sio has joined the debate over weightlifter Laurel Hubbard's participation in the women's over-87 kilograms here, calling it "unfair" after the transgender lifter won two gold medals.
Russian Sports Minister Pavel Kolobkov has praised the student athletes who finished second in the medals table at the Naples 2019 Summer Universiade.
The Wimbledon men's singles final came out on top in the British sport ratings war on Sunday (July 14) – with a peak audience of 9.6 million watching Serbia's Novak Djokovic and Switzerland's Roger Federer produce a classic encounter.
New Caledonia dominated the individual judo competitions at the 2019 Pacific Games here by winning six of the 12 medals on offer at the Faleata Sports Complex.
Fundraising drive launched in bid to re-open Czech venue in time for 2024 Ski Flying World Championships
A fundraising drive has begun in the Czech Republic in a bid to re-open the ski jumping hills at Harrachov.
Canada's double Olympic medallist and world champion Charle Cournoyer has announced his retirement from short track speed skating.
The Danish Ice Hockey Union has extended the contract of women's national team head coach Fredrik Glader for a second season.
Gafur Rakhimov has formally tendered his resignation as President of the International Boxing Association (AIBA), ending a tumultuous 18-month tenure at the helm of the embattled body.
An investigation has been launched into an incident involving a Saudi Arabian team official who allegedly made an unwanted advance towards a woman at a hotel during the archery test event for next year's Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Tonga are one of six nations and territories to have expressed an interest in hosting the 2027 Pacific Games, despite pulling out of staging this year's event.
Germany, Georgia, Italy and Czech Republic have today been revealed as joint-hosts of the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) EuroBasket 2021.
The Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) has included an expenditure item of RUB₽30 million (£382,000/$479,000/€425,000) in its budget to provide legal protection for the interests of the country's athletes, it has been revealed.
A new testing method designed to increase the amount of samples taken while "reducing the human and financial resources required" will be given another outing at a weightlifting event in the United States later this month.
Malaysian badminton players Zulfadli Zulkiffli and Tan Chun Seang have lost their appeals to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) against their career-ending bans for match-fixing, it has been confirmed by the sport’s world governing body.