Here we go again. Ahead of Rio and Pyeongchang, when the question of imposing doping crisis-related sanctions on Russia affecting the country's presence at the Olympic and Paralympic Games arose, the issue set international sports bodies - and observers - at each other's throats.
Britain's Will Bayley has claimed that defending his title at next year's Paralympic Games in Tokyo is more important than anything else after pulling out of Strictly Come Dancing.
Iran is in danger of missing the judo competition at next year's Olympic Games in Tokyo, after the International Judo Federation (IJF) banned them from events until they give guarantees that they will not boycott matches against Israeli opponents.
Tokyo 2020 organisers maintain they are on schedule with construction works for the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games, despite several venues still needing to be completed here.
Roger Federer announced today that he plans to compete at next year's Olympic Games in Tokyo in what will probably his last opportunity to win a gold medal in the singles.
Extreme heat and inclement weather are likely to come under the spotlight as global media outlets gather here over the next four days for the Tokyo 2020 World Press Briefing.
Sixteen sports took part in the Venezuelan Olympic Committee's (COV) first Tokyo 2020 preparation meeting.
The first Marathon Grand Championship (MGC) starts tomorrow, with the incentive of Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games spots up for grabs.
An "Impossible to Ignore" campaign has been launched by ParalympicsGB to mark one year until the start of Tokyo 2020.
Denmark and Britain qualified for the 2020 Paralympic Games by reaching the final of the International Wheelchair Rugby Federation (IWRF) European Championship Division A in Vejle.
World champions Poland remain on course to reach next year's Olympic Games in Tokyo after secuing a second straight win at the International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) Men's International Olympic Qualification Tournament.
Three-times Olympic sport shooting champion Niccolò Campriani has undertaken an ambitious challenge of coaching a group of novice refugee athletes and helping them qualify for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.