Albanian sprinter Klodiana Shala has been found guilty of committing an anti-doping offence at London 2012 by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
An Olympic gold medal won by the United States' basketball captain Bill Wheatley at Berlin in 1936 has been put up for auction.
Organisers have postponed the World Team Table Tennis Championships in Busan due to the outbreak of coronavirus in the South Korean city.
Colombia face the prospect of being banned from participating at Tokyo 2020 weightlifting competitions after three of their athletes were suspended for anti-doping rule violations.
Tokyo 2020 has celebrated six-months-to-go before this year's Paralympic Games by holding an event at a school in the Japanese capital.
The 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar is now only 1,000 days away and preparations for the tournament are going well, organisers and FIFA boast.
Grevemberg reveals Commonwealth Archery and Shooting Championships in India before Birmingham 2022 could be replicated in future
India’s hosting of a separate Commonwealth Archery and Shooting Championships before Birmingham 2022 could be replicated with other sports in the future, according to Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) chief executive David Grevemberg.
Farah faces fresh scrutiny after documentary claims Olympic champion changed account to investigators
Sir Mo Farah has faced increased scrutiny after a BBC Panorama programme revealed the four-time Olympic champion changed his account over reportedly receiving injections of the legal supplement L-carnitine when questioned by United States Anti-Doping Agency investigators.
Former Swiss professional cyclist Pirmin Lang has confessed to involvement in the Aderlass doping network.
The Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) has placed the largest order for electric busses ever seen in the United States as the city looks to become more eco-friendly in time for when it hosts the 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The International Biathlon Union (IBU) has denied instructing Italian authorities to conduct a raid on Russian Alexander Loginov and his coach Alexander Kasperovich during the World Championships in Antholz-Anterselva.
Athletes at ISU World Allround Speed Skating Championships to undergo examination amid coronavirus outbreak
Organisers of this week’s International Skating Union (ISU) World Allround Speed Skating Championships in Norwegian town Hamar will not allow athletes to compete without an appropriate certificate of medical examination due to the coronavirus outbreak.
An Olympic gold medal won by Steve Christoff, a member of the United States ice hockey team that stunned the Soviet Union at Lake Placid 1980, a victory dubbed the 'Miracle on Ice', has sold for $319,800 (£245,900/€295,000) in an online auction.
Katherine Nye has capped a remarkable run of weightlifting achievements by the United States by becoming the first American to be named world weightlifter of the year.
The World Para Swimming World Series leg in Lignano has been cancelled amid rising fears about coronavirus in Italy.