Construction work is ongoing on six stadiums for the 2023 Asian Cup, organisers in China have announced.
India have launched the search for a new coach to lead them to next year's Olympic Games in Tokyo after Bahadur Singh was forced to step down after more than 25 years because he was refused the chance to carry on in the role because of his age.
The World Snooker Tour (WST) say they are hopeful that the sport's blue riband event, the World Championship, will be able to take place with fans at the venue, despite the coronavirus pandemic.
New Zealand Ice Hockey Federation (NZIHF) has withdrawn its men’s under-20 and women’s under-18 teams from Ice Hockey World Championships due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Luke Muller has been selected as the United States’ representative in the men’s Finn class for next year's Olympic Games in Tokyo.
The European Handball Federation (EHF) entered long-term partnerships with Infront, DAZN and Sportradar.
The International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Blind Football Women’s World Championships have been postponed to 2021.
The Olympic Federation of Ireland (OFI) has launched an online series addressing how gender equality can be achieved at leadership level in sport in the country.
Rahul Johri is expected to leave his post as Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) chief executive after the organisation reportedly accepted his resignation.
German goalball player Michael Feistle revealed he was hopeful of a podium finish at next year's Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
The Royal Australian Mint has released a new Olympic collector coin in recognition of the country's national team in Tokyo.
The World Curling Academy has launched its first online certificate course teaching the basic knowledge of maintaining curling ice.
The World DanceSport Federation (WDSF) has extended its partnership with the World Rock'n'Roll Confederation (WRRC) for a further four years.
The International Wheelchair Rugby Federation (IWRF) has appointed MLS Contracts Ltd (MLS) to provide administration support services for the organisation.
Mexican Taekwondo Federation President Professor Raymundo González said the organisation has remained "relaxed" during the COVID-19 pandemic as two of the country's athletes have qualified for Tokyo 2020.