The head of the organising committee for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver has won a defamation case brought against him by a freelance journalist.
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An auditing firm charged with scrutinising FIFA's financial records has launched an internal review of its business in Switzerland.
Wales thrashed Uruguay 54-9 in their Rugby World Cup opener but they have more injury concerns after losing Liam Williams, Dan Lydiate and hat-trick hero Cory Allen to the treatment table.
Britain's Olympic champion Andy Murray thrashed Australia's Bernard Tomic in straight sets to book his country a place in the Davis Cup final for the first time since 1978.
The United States completed a spectacular comeback to beat Europe and win The Solheim Cup at the St Leon-Rot golf course in Germany.
China’s Xu Feng Zou continued her superb form at the International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation (IWAS) Wheelchair Fencing World Championships by adding a second gold medal to her collection.
Europe's football governing body UEFA has denied the sport has a doping problem after questions were asked following a study of players.
Korea's women shot their way to a gold medal at the Rio 2016 archery test event as they fired themselves to victory in the team recurve.
More than 70 athletes from 18 countries are set to compete at the first International Surfing Association (ISA) World Adaptive Surfing Championships at La Jolla Shores in the United States.
Justin Reiter has been given permission to advance his legal case against the International Olympic Committee (IOC) after parallel snowboard racing was axed from the sports programme ahead of Pyeongchang 2018.
China dominated day two of the IWAS Wheelchair Fencing World Championship by claiming three out of the four titles on offer in Eger, Hungary, today.
Great Britain moved a step closer to their first Davis Cup final since 1978 as brothers Andy and Jamie Murray won a thrilling doubles clash against Australia to put their country 2-1 up in the tie.
Europe hold an 8-5 lead over the United States in the Solheim Cup but only one match of the afternoon fourballs was completed due to fading light at St Leon-Rot in Germany.
Japan caused arguably the biggest upset in rugby union history as they stunned the mighty South Africa with a 34-32 victory at the Rugby World Cup in Brighton.
A parole board hearing to decide if jailed Oscar Pistorius can be released early from prison has been postponed for two weeks in South Africa.