The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) has decided not to govern college esports in the United States.
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FINA Artistic Swimming World Series begins penultimate leg in Quebec City with Canada aiming to catch dominant Japan
The International Swimming Federation Artistic Swimming World Series is set to embark on the second leg of its North American tour tomorrow as it touches down in Quebec City.
Competitors from 25 European countries will descend on France this weekend for the 2019 European Canoe Association (ECA) Canoe Slalom European Championships.
Andrew Parsons, President of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC), is set to speak at a summit ahead of the 2019 International Federation for Athletes with Intellectual Impairments (INAS) Global Games.
Former President of the South Sudan Football Association (SSFA), Chabour Goc Alei, has been banned for 10 years by FIFA for stealing grant money and offering bribes.
The National Basketball Association (NBA) have named their vice-president Amadou Gallo Fall as President of the new Basketball Africa League (BAL).
Samoa 2019 has announced a sponsorship deal with an events hirage company worth WS$500,000 (£148,450/$187,951/€559,439) ahead of the Pacific Games.
Bahrain has crowned its first teqball champions at the inaugural National Championships.
Attempts to give kiteboarding fans a glimpse of what to expect at the 2024 Olympics were dashed after the mixed team racing trial in Beihai, China was cancelled.
Traffic restrictions on lorries, vans and other delivery vehicles have been put in place by officials in Minsk for next month's European Games.
Teenager Filip Nepejchal claimed a surprise gold medal at the ISSF Rifle and Pistol World Cup in the men's 10m air rifle.
While all eyes are on BMX freestyle's debut in Tokyo next summer, this week's International Cycling Union World Cup event in Montpellier could give an indication as to how the sport will be received in Paris in five years' time.
Nikesha Harding has added incentive to make sure Australia stay top of the International Federation for Athletes with Intellectual Impairments (INAS) Global Games medal table, as she competes in front of her home crowd.
Visually-impaired judoka took part in a quiz designed to provide education on anti-doping at the Judo Grand Prix in Baku earlier this month.