The Japanese Government has denied reports that this year's Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo will be cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The International Hockey Federation (FIH) lost more than CHF633,000 (£519,000/$715,000/€589,000) in 2019, more than doubling its 2018 deficit.
Los Angeles 2028 has appointed Facebook and Yahoo! vice-president Cipora Herman as its chief financial officer.
Spanish tennis player Paula Badosa, a vocal critic of the Australian Open’s hard quarantine rules, has tested positive for COVID-19.
Campaign groups fighting against the persecution of Uighur Muslims in China have joined forces to pressure sponsors to withdraw their support of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Organisers of the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games are confident venue construction will be complete by March.
Organisers of the rescheduled Ryder Cup are planning to host more than 40,000 people a day at the postponed event at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin in September if the COVID-19 pandemic situation improves.
Tokyo 2020 marketing agency Dentsu is reportedly looking to sell its headquarters in the Japanese capital for ¥300 billion (£2.1 billion/$2.89 billion/€2.37 billion).
Australia's men's wheelchair basketball head coach Craig Friday is to also coach the women's side this year.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach has claimed there is "no reason whatsoever" to think Tokyo 2020 will not be staged from July 23 to August 8.
The Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games Organising Committee is set to move into a new headquarters in Saint-Denis.
Osaka Mayor Ichiro Matsui has claimed the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games should be postponed to 2024 because of the coronavirus crisis.
Newcastle and Gateshead has announced its intention to bid for the 2026 European Championships, the third edition of the multi-sport event.
The Belarusian Sport Solidarity Foundation (BSSF) has urged the International Modern Pentathlon Union (UIPM) to strip Belarus of this year's World Championships because of the crisis in the country.
World number one Novak Djokovic has claimed a list of demands to improve the quarantine conditions of Australian Open players was "misconstrued" and came from "good intentions".