British Sports Minister Tracey Crouch has praised the way national governing bodies have worked to become compliant with the new Code for Sports Governance.
Table Tennis England chairman Sandra Deaton has warned the future of the governing body is "at risk" after they lost access to £9 million ($12 million/€10 million) in Sport England funding.
UK Sport has revealed the updated National Lottery funding figures for governing bodies following an annual investment review as preparations for the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympics and Paralympics continue.
UK Sport is facing pressure from 11 national governing bodies who are demanding an overhaul into how Olympic and Paralympic funding is distributed in Great Britain.
UK Sport chief executive Liz Nicholl has admitted that issues exposed in some sports over recent months are "very concerning", but insists they are being addressed.
Liz Nicholl: Firm action will help us drive a more sustainable winning culture across the high performance system
On Wednesday, the long awaited Independent Review into the Climate and Culture of the World Class Programme in British Cycling was published. It was a significant moment for British Cycling and for the UK high performance system more broadly.
Rowing Olympic gold medallist Dame Katherine Grainger has been appointed to the chairperson role at UK Sport by the country’s Government.
Peter Hannon has been appointed as the new head of media and communications at Commonwealth Games England as the organisation continues its preparations for Gold Coast 2018.
A former UK Athletics doctor who injected four-time Olympic champion Sir Mo Farah with a controversial supplement has admitted to Members of Parliament (MPs) here today that he failed to make a proper recording of the treatment.
England have withdrawn from this year’s Badminton World Federation (BWF) Sudirman Cup as the fall-out from the loss of National Lottery funding continues.
A total of 57 governing bodies funded by UK Sport and Sport England are on course to be compliant with the newly-launched Code of Sports Governance, which comes into force tomorrow.
The National Badminton League (NBL) has been scrapped with immediate effect, Badminton England has announced as the fallout from the sport losing all of its funding for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games continues.
British Cycling has been accused of "sanitising" the report into Jess Varnish’s allegations of discrimination against its former technical director Shane Sutton in an unpublished independent review into the organisation’s world-class performance programme.
British Cycling chairman Jonathan Browning has said the under-fire governing body "failed" athletes on its world-class performance programme after allegations of sexism and bullying within the organisation led to an independent review.
British Fencing have launched a crowd funding appeal, #FundFencing, to raise money to support its international programme for the remainder of the season.