Match poker is set to take off in China following the launch of a strategic sports partnership between Alibaba Sports and Oceans Sports and Entertainment.
South African bowler Aaron Phangiso is facing the prospect of being ruled out of this month's World Twenty20 tournament after the International Cricket Council (ICC) declared that his action was illegal.
Egypt’s Nour El Sherbini booked her place in the women’s final of the Professional Squash Association (PSA) Windy City Open at the University of Chicago today after producing a masterclass to beat pre-tournament favourite and world number one Laura Massaro of England.
Malaysia's former world number one Nicol David crashed out of the Professional Squash Association (PSA) Windy City Open at the University of Chicago today after suffering a straight-games quarter-final defeat at the hands of Egypt’s Nour El Sherbini.
Defending champion Nick Matthew battled back from two-games down and saved three match balls to avoid a shock exit to Spain's Borja Golan at the Professional Squash Association (PSA) Windy City Open in Chicago.
New Zealand’s Kathleen Cross and Claire Polosak of Australia are due to become the first women to officiate at the International Cricket Council (ICC) World Twenty20 after being named on a list of 31 officials.
Marwan Elshorbagy came through a gruelling five-game match against fellow Egyptian Karim Abdel Gawad to book his place in the quarter-finals of the Professional Squash Association (PSA) Windy City Open at the University Club of Chicago.
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) co-owner Lorenzo Fertitta has claimed that mixed martial arts (MMA) will become an Olympic sport in the future.
Egypt's Tarek Momen and France's Mathieu Castagnet each had to dig deep to win first round clashes stretching over 70 minutes at the Professional Squash Association (PSA) Windy City Open in Chicago.
World number nine Karim Abdel Gawad came close to exiting at the first hurdle of the Professional Squash Association (PSA) Windy City Open on the opening day of action in Chicago.
England’s Dom Barrett and the United States Danielle McEwan won the men’s and women’s World Bowling Tour final matches respectively at the Woodland Bowl in Indianapolis as a new experimental scoring system was introduced.
New scoring system introduced for World Bowling Tour finals to try to help sport's Olympic ambitions
A new scoring system will be trialled when the World Bowling Tour finals are televised on ESPN tomorrow in the United States.
Japan is to host the first East Asian Twenty20 Cup cricket tournament this November.
The first rugby league youth tour to the Caribbean will take place when Canada's youngsters travel to Jamaica in August.
Convicted spot-fixer Mervyn Westfield has been cleared to make his return to professional cricket after he served eight weeks in prison in 2012 for deliberately bowling poorly in a one-day match during his time with English county side Essex.