Ilya Ilyin, the most controversial and arguably the most popular weightlifter of the 21st century, is retiring from the sport.
International Judo Federation (IJF) President Marius Vizer has led the tributes to Kazakhstan's Beket Makhmutov following his death.
The National Olympic Committee of Kazakhstan (NOC Kazakhstan) has re-elected Saken Mussaibekov as secretary general at the organisation’s General Assembly.
A 13-strong team will represent Kazakhstan at next month's Olympic Boxing Qualifying Tournament for Asia and Oceania in Amman, it has been announced.
The Asian Weightlifting Championships is being moved from Kazakhstan at less than nine weeks’ notice because of the coronavirus outbreak.
The National Kazakhstan Sambo Championships were held earlier this month in Atyrau and saw more than 300 athletes from 16 teams competing.
The Central Asian Games could be staged for the first time in 16 years in 2021 after a group of National Olympic Committee (NOC) officials in the region agreed to revive the dormant event.
Slovakia beat Kazakhstan 3-1 today to make a winning start to the International Ice Hockey Federation World Junior Championship in the Czech Republic.
Kazakhstan are set to host the 2020 edition of the International Federation of Fitness and Bodybuilding (IFBB) World Fitness Championships.
Kazakhstan claimed two individual senior gold medals on a successful day for the country at the Ju-Jitsu International Federation World Championships in Dubai.
Japan have retained their mixed team title at the World Cadets Judo Championships after beating Azerbaijan 4-1 in Kazakhstan.
Japan have finished the individual competition at the World Cadet Judo Championships on the top of the medal table with four golds, despite missing out on the final day of competition.
Japan have risen to the top of the medal table at the World Cadet Judo Championships with two more golds in Almaty.
Japan recovered from missing out on gold on the opening day of the World Cadet Judo Championships with victories in two weight categories in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
Kazakhstan Para swimmer Anuar Akhmetov has been banned for nine months by the International Paralympic Committee (IPC), after he tested positive for a prohibited substance.