Mexico has lost the right to host its Billie Jean King Cup match against Britain due to delays surrounding the Mexican Tennis Federation’s (FMT) Presidential election and the coronavirus pandemic.
Britain claimed two gold medals on day two of the European Cycling Union (UEC) Elite Track European Championships in Plovdiv as they won both of the women's titles on offer.
Britain have been crowned champions of the first eSailing Nations Cup after defeating Spain in the final.
Britain has withdrawn its entire team from this month's European Judo Championships in Prague due to concerns over the rise in coronavirus infections in Europe and the host country.
Belgium and Britain beat each other for the second consecutive day in the International Hockey Federation Pro League in Brussels.
Belgium overcame Britain in their International Hockey Federation Pro League match in Brussels after the visitors beat the hosts in a shootout in the women's tie.
The Netherlands men's and women's teams both enjoyed success over their British counterparts during the latest matches in the International Hockey Federation (FIH) Pro League in Amsterdam.
The Netherlands enjoyed two victories as both the men's and women's teams beat Britain in their first International Hockey Federation (FIH) Hockey Pro League games for eight months.
Britain and Canada have imposed travel bans and asset freezes on Belarusian President and head of the country's National Olympic Committee Alexander Lukashenko.
UK Athletics chief executive Joanna Coates has admitted there is no guarantee Britain will host a Diamond League meeting in 2021 after warning the country would only stage major events if it made financial sense.
The manager of the British women's football team at the postponed Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games should not be the head coach of any of the four home nations, according to Wales' most-capped player Jess Fishlock.
Paralympian Derek Derenalagi has changed allegiances from Britain to Fiji in a bid to raise the profile of people with disabilities in the country of his birth.
At last! A sports chief who speaks sense. The British Olympic Association’s (BOA) Mark England, who is due to lead Team GB as Chef de Mission in the postponed Tokyo Games exactly a year from now, reckons it is time to bury the obsession with winning above all else - the deeply ingrained philosophy of Government agency UK Sport.
Mark England, the Tokyo 2020 Chef de Mission for the British Olympic Association (BOA), has said he expects a reduction in the number of staff travelling to the Games next year in response to financial constraints caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Britain, China and Guatemala hosted World Taekwondo's first virtual international coach certification courses.