The Iroquois national team have been delayed in their attempt to travel to Israel for the 2018 Men’s Lacrosse World Championship due to passport procedural issues while departing Canada
Cascade Lacrosse has been announced as the official helmet provider for this year's Men's World Championships in Netanya.
Jerusalem will host the opening stage of the Giro d’Italia tomorrow as the first Grand Tour of the season begins with concern over the choice of host for the Big Start, as well as the ongoing case involving one of the pre-race favourites Chris Froome.
The International Tennis Federation (ITF) have announced that its flagship wheelchair tennis event, the BNP Paribas World Team Cup, will be hosted at the Israel Tennis Centre in Ramat Hasharon in May 2019, it has been announced.
Israel's Sagi Muki sent home fans into raptures by claiming gold in the men's under-81 kilogram category at the European Judo Championships in Tel Aviv.
Tal Flicker has claimed "sport should overcome all the politics" as he prepares to compete on home turf at the upcoming European Judo Championships in Tel Aviv in Israel.
Top seeded Spain and third seed Israel are through to tomorrow’s men’s wheelchair tennis final at the BNP Paribas World Team Cup European Qualification in Vilamoura in Portugal.
United World Wrestling President warns countries who ban Israel from competing should not be allowed to host events
United World Wrestling (UWW) President Nenad Lalovic has called on countries who refuse to let athletes from Israel compete to be banned from hosting major events.
World Taekwondo "deeply regrets" Tunisian court ban on Israelis competing in World Junior Championships
World Taekwondo has released a statement claiming it "deeply regrets" the ruling of a Tunisian court to ban four Israeli athletes from competing at the World Junior Championships in Hammamet.
Tickets have gone on sale for this year's Men's Lacrosse World Championship in Israel.
Israel has hosted a sambo tournament in memory of team member Alex Nerush, a prominent young chemist and a national judo champion.
Exclusive: United effort needed to encourage Iran to change Israel policy in sport, claims UWW President
United World Wrestling (UWW) President Nenad Lalovic claims a concerted effort is needed from international governing bodies to encourage Iranian authorities to alter their policy of not allowing athletes to compete against Israelis.
Iran Wrestling Federation will not change policy about competing against Israelis even after Karimi ban
Iran are to protest against a decision by United World Wrestling (UWW) to ban one of its athletes and the national coach after he deliberately threw a match to avoid fighting an Israeli opponent.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) member Alex Gilady has filed a ILS2 million (£431,000/$583,000/€487,000) lawsuit against two women who publicly accused him of sexual harassment.
World Para Ice Hockey organised a training camp in Israel to bring the sport to the country for the first time.