Esports has been recognised as an official sport in Ukraine.
Hosts and defending champions Portugal ran riot in their opening match at the Euro Beach Soccer League Superfinal as they thrashed France 7-0.
European Gymnastics has insisted that the Russian Rhythmic Federation did not raise any of its concerns over the upcoming European Championships with the continental body and that discussions are underway to try and avoid athletes and officials having to quarantine for two weeks in Ukraine.
The Ski Federation of Ukraine (SFU) has confirmed the death of its vice-president and founding member Volodymyr Malezhyk, at the age of 70.
Fresh dates have been established for the European Badminton Championships in Kiev, which were due to have been held in April before the coronavirus pandemic made that impossible.
UEFA has confirmed Ukraine striker Artem Biesiedin has been banned for one year after he failed a drugs test.
A sambo project is up-and-running in Ukraine to teach the martial art to children living under challenging life circumstances.
Ukraine won a further three gold medals as the International Swimming Federation (FINA) Artistic Swimming World Series leg in Paris reached its conclusion.
Norway and Ukraine earned the relay spoils on the second day of the International Biathlon Union Open European Championships in Minsk.
Ukraine international Artem Besedin has been banned for a year by UEFA after a breach of anti-doping rules, according to his club Dynamo Kiev.
Ukraine enjoyed a clean sweep of the podium in the biathlon relay standing team sprint at the World Para Nordic Skiing World Cup in Altenberg and Dresden.
The World Boxing Council (WBC) has congratulated Vasyl Lomachenko, following his appointment as ambassador of the Ukrainian national boxing team at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Ukraine beat England in the final of the International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Partially Sighted Football World Championship in Antalya today.
England are through to the final of the International Blind Sports Federation Partially Sighted Football World Championship in Antalya, despite losing to Russia in their last round-robin match today.
Ukraine maintained their place at the top of the International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Partially Sighted Football World Championship standings with a fifth consecutive win.