Morocco's Mustapha El Aziz has been officially banned for four-years by the Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) after testing positive for erythropoietin (EPO), it has been announced.
Russian Boxing Federation (RBF) secretary general Umar Kremlev has thanked President Vladimir Putin for his support of boxing in the country.
World silver medallist Anders Antonsen will carry home hopes in the men's draw at the Badminton World Federation Denmark Open, which begins tomorrow.
A partnership between the International Triathlon Union (ITU) and Tecta-PDS to ensure the delivery of fast and reliable microbiological water quality tests at sanctioned events has been announced.
France's Anthony Jeanjean and Britain's Charlotte Worthington have been crowned as the inaugural winners of the BMX Freestyle Park European Championships.
Sweden won the overall International Equestrian Federation Eventing Nations Cup title as Germany clinched their fourth win of the season at the final leg in Boekelo in The Netherlands.
Energy Standard maintained their winning record in the inaugural International Swimming League as they overhauled overnight leaders Cali Condors to secure their second short-course meeting victory in Naples.
Egypt will have a showjumping team at the Olympics next year for the first time since Rome 1960 following victory at today’s qualifier in Rabat, where Qatar - who made an Olympic debut in the Rio 2016 event - also secured a Tokyo 2020 place.
Hungary's five-time overall World Cup champion Katinka Hosszú clinched yet another victory as she won the women's 200 metres medley in Berlin.
The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) has denied "in the strongest possible terms" allegations that it forced young female athletes with differences in sexual development (DSD) to have damaging sexual operations to reduce their testosterone levels.
Sandra Sánchez and Damian Quintero made it a golden sunset for Spain with victories in karate kata at the Association of National Olympic Committees World Beach Games here today.
Thailand continued its domination on the final day of the 2019 World Taekwondo Beach Championships in Sahl Hasheesh in Egypt, winning 41 medals over the three-day event, just under half of the total medals on offer.
Kunlavut Vitidsarn of Thailand became the first men's singles player to win three Badminton World Federation World Junior Championships as he outclassed Frenchman Christo Popov in the final in Kazan.
China's Fan Zhendong won his first International Table Tennis Federation World Tour title for almost a year as he beat team-mate Xu Xin in the men's singles final at the German Open in Bremen.
Russia topped the medal table here at the International Boxing Association (AIBA) Women's World Championships after three of their boxers earned gold.