The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has voted to establish a new independent group - the Association of Paralympic Sports Organisations (APSO).
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The European Olympic Committees (EOC) has distanced itself from a public pledge of support for Budapest's 2024 Olympic bid by a host of countries - and has said the backing won't influence voting IOC members.
Seven titles to be offered at World Luge Championships for first time as sprint races are officially added
Seven titles will be awarded at the World Luge Championships in 2016, for the first time in the 58-year history of the event.
Michel Platini is facing a lifetime ban from football due to the probe into a payment made to him by departing FIFA President Sepp Blatter, according to his lawyer.
China is seeking help from the Czech Republic as it looks to improve at ice hockey and biathlon in the run-up to the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics.
The competition to select a new logo for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics officially opened today - with 10,000 entries expected.
Extra places offered at ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating final after Paris attacks forces cancellation of qualifier
Extra places will be available at the International Skating Union (ISU) Grand Prix of Figure Skating final after the Trophee Eric Bompard was cancelled in Bordeaux due to the Paris terror attacks.
FIFA has begun formal adjudicatory proceedings against its outgoing President Sepp Blatter and his UEFA counterpart Michel Platini.
Gijs Kooken, chief executive of the Royal Belgian Tennis Federation (RBTF), has claimed he would be "surprised" if the Davis Cup final in Belgium is postponed due to the country's increased terror alert.
Wuxi has been awarded the rights to host the World Fencing Championships in 2018, the International Fencing Federation (FEI) has announced.
British Rowing has said it is "incredibly disappointed" after two of its athletes were handed two-year suspensions for doping violations.
Great Britain have opted to delay travelling to Belgium for the Davis Cup final with the country's capital city Brussels remaining on high alert.
Table tennis fans have been given the chance to pick the best played point of the year.
Michel Platini has filed an urgent appeal at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) against FIFA's decision to suspend him from all football activity for 90 days as he tries to find a way to be allowed to stand for President of football's world governing body.