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Charles Barkley, one of the most recognisable names in basketball, has announced he plans to sell the Olympic gold medal he won at Atlanta 1996 as part of a major sale of memorabilia from his career to help pay for new houses for the disadvantaged in the town he grew up in.
World champion sprinter Dina Asher-Smith has been made into a Barbie doll to mark International Women’s Day.
Swiss Post has launched two stamps to mark the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) World Championships due to take place later this year in Switzerland.
Kobe Bryant memorabilia, including Los Angeles Lakers uniforms, are set to go up for auction next month.
An Olympic gold medal won by the United States' basketball captain Bill Wheatley at Berlin in 1936 has been put up for auction.
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.
Memorabilia from the career of Britain's four-time world cycling champion William "Bill" Bailey raised £850 ($1,1000/€975) at an auction.
Swatch has launched a series of watches to mark this year's Olympic Games in Tokyo.
A new book celebrating the work of Lance Wyman, who created the design campaign for the 1968 Olympic Games in Mexico City, has been published.
The new United States Olympic & Paralympic Museum in Colorado Springs is set for a grand opening on May 31, it has been revealed.
Memorabilia from the career of four-time world cycling champion William "Bill" Bailey is set to go under the hammer at an auction in England next week.
Australia’s greatest-ever basketball player Andrew Gaze’s signed uniform is to be auctioned off to raise funds for bushfire relief.
Kobe Bryant's shock death in a helicopter crash has led to a massive spike in prices for memorabilia connected to him.
Australia's largest collection of sporting memorabilia is set to go back on display next month when the Australian Sports Museum in Melbourne reopens following a AUD$17 million (£9 million/$11.5 million/€10.5 million) upgrade.