The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has removed the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) from its compliance watch-list.
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South African Government appoint veteran sports administrator Tyamzashe to oversee changes at SASCOC
Veteran sports administrator Mthobi Tyamzashe has been appointed by the South African Government to oversee changes at the South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC).
The Brazilian Olympic Committee (COB) have talked up the success of their Team Brazil Training Centre in Rio de Janeiro, saying many foreign athletes and teams have used its facilities since the beginning of the year.
Pope Francis preached against doping in sport during a meeting with officials from the European Cycling Union (UEC) at the body's Annual Congress in Rome.
FIFA has announced that a global Women's Football Convention will be held in Paris this June before the Women's World Cup in France.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) are hiring for the new role of "head of ticketing", claiming among other things, the successful candidate will need to "monitor the integrity" of ticketing systems implemented by organisers at future Games.
Plans for a new Aquatics Centre to be used during the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham are set to be approved this week.
South Africa beat a resurgent France 21-12 to win the World Rugby Canada Sevens event in Vancouver, the sixth stop of the men's season.
Uzbekistan's Nigora Abdullaeva has become the latest athlete to win all three gold medals in her weight category at the International Weightlifting Federation Youth World Championships in Las Vegas.
Spain's Borja Golan will play Egypt's top seed and former world champion Mohamed Elshorbagy in round two of the Professional Squash Association Canary Wharf Classic after beating Australia's Cameron Pilley today in London.
World champions France surpassed the Olympic champions Russia to win the women's team title today at the International Fencing Federation Sabre World Cup in Athens.
Kobabyashi becomes first non-European to win Ski Jumping World Cup title with fifth place finish in Oslo
Japan's Ryoyu Kobayashi became the first non-European to win the overall men's Ski Jumping World Cup title after a fifth place finish in Oslo's Raw Air competition.
France's Arthur Bauchet will be the man to beat in the standing events when the penultimate World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup of the season begins in La Molina tomorrow.
Norway's Therese Johaug gained her ninth International Ski Federation Cross Country World Cup win of the season with victory in the prestigious Holmenkollen 30 kilometre classic race in Oslo.
Zenhaeusern wins penultimate slalom as Hirscher seals eighth successive overall Alpine Skiing World Cup title
Switzerland's Ramon Zenhaeusern gained the first slalom Alpine Skiing World Cup win of his career with victory in Kranjska Gora as Austrian icon Marcel Hirscher sealed the overall crown for a record eighth year in a row.