Niklas Landin Jacobsen and Stine Bredal Oftedal have been named as the International Handball Federation's (IHF) World Players of the Year for 2019.
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Asian Games boxing gold medallist Dingko Singh has revealed his recovery from COVID-19 as he also battles against liver cancer.
Genevieve Gordon-Thomson has been appointed as the chair of the UK Sports Association (UKSA) – the organisation for people with learning disabilities.
The International Ski Federation (FIS) has said that 23,000 votes were cast as part of its #ClassicsLive project.
China's Zhenzhen Zhu has announced her goal of growing wheelchair tennis in her home country.
Flag football has been added to the programme for the 2022 World Games in American city Birmingham.
Eron Main has returned to the International Wheelchair Rugby Federation (IWRF) as anti-doping manager.
Players who are 24 will be eligible to compete at the Under-23 Baseball World Cup next year.
Japan Para Badminton Federation (JPBF) chairman Kazumi Hirano has conceded that some of the country's players were not in good condition when they returned to training following coronavirus restrictions.
The team line-ups have been finalised for bowling's 2020 Weber Cup with 100 days to go before the competition is scheduled to begin.
The Boccia International Sports Federation's (BISFed) Development Committee has released a new video dedicated to muscle strengthening.
American players who have been previously classified by the International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF) have had their eligibility status extended for a year.
The International Orienteering Federation (IOF) is to allow world ranking events to resume from August 1.