Longer WorldTour licenses and mandatory anti-doping controls are among several changes which have been unveiled by the International Cycling Union (UCI) as part of their reforms of men’s professional cycling, following a two-year consultation process.
Former Venezuelan Football Federation President Rafael Esquivel has become the latest figure embroiled in FIFA corruption allegations to have his extradition to the United States approved by judicial authorities in Switzerland.
Indian Anil Khanna’s bid to become the next International Tennis Federation (ITF) President has received a boost as the bulk of voting Asian nations are expected to give him the nod over his three challengers during the election at the organisation’s Annual General Assembly in Santiago, Chile on Friday (September 25).
Africa is yet to back one contender in the race for the FIFA Presidency, continental football chief Issa Hayatou has said, with the official himself also yet to make a personal choice.
The result of New Zealand Football’s (NZF) appeal over their dramatic expulsion from the Olympic qualifying tournament at the Pacific Games in Port Moresby in July will be released soon, the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) has announced.
Belgium will host this year's Davis Cup final against Great Britain on clay in Ghent, it has been confirmed.
Prosecutors seeking to upgrade six-time Paralympics gold medallist Oscar Pistorius' conviction from culpable homicide to murder have been given a court date of November 3.
Kosovo’s Anton Cena claimed the M5 men's under 66 kilograms category title at the International Judo Federation (IJF) Veteran World Championships in Amsterdam, following in the footsteps of his country’s first-ever world champion Majlinda Kelmendi.
Sir Bradley Wiggins has been forced to withdraw from the British Cycling National Track Championships through illness.
Giant-killing heroes Japan could not back-up their remarkable victory over South Africa as they were well-beaten by Scotland at the Rugby World Cup today.
Russia and Ukraine each scooped gold on the final day of action at the Wheelchair Fencing World Championships in Eger, triumphing in the respective men's sabre and women's epee events.
Belarus' Vasil Kiryienka powered to a shock time trial win on a day of surprises at the International Cycling Union (UCI) Road World Championships in the American city of Richmond, as German star Tony Martin's run of six successive podium-finishes was ended.
United States win FIVB Men's World Cup and book Rio 2016 spot while Italy deny Poland second Olympic berth
The United States won the International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) Men's World Cup and qualified for Rio 2016 on a dramatic final day which saw previously unbeaten Poland sensationally miss out on Olympic qualification entirely.
Palestine caused a shock on the opening day of the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) Asia Men's Championship as they came from behind to upset the fancied Philippines 75-73 in Group B.
Santander Consumer Bank have been revealed as the official event partner of the 2015 Women’s Handball World Championships by the International Handball Federation (IHF).