South Korea is set to stage the International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Goalball Asia-Pacific Championships for the first time after Asan was named as next year’s host city.
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International Chess Federation (FIDE) President Arkady Dvorkovich has confirmed the Candidates Tournament will pick up from where it left off in Yekaterinburg next year.
Latvia’s Para ice hockey players will be able use a new ice rink in Riga next year as the country bids to field a team at Milan Cortina 2026.
The International Ski Federation (FIS) has announced a 10-year commercial partnership with IDG Sports - a winter sports market developer - to promote the Get into Snow Sports (GISS)-China grassroots programme.
International Luge Federation (FIL) President Josef Fendt has announced the "end of an era" following the departure of two long-serving sled technicians.
UK Sport chair Dame Katherine Grainger fears hosting the Olympic and Paralympic Games will become financially less viable due to the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Russian Sports Minister Oleg Matytsin has urged athletes to "respect" COVID-19 rules after making a "big step forward" in allowing fans back into sporting stadiums.
The Hockey Canada Foundation has launched a CAD1 million (£580,000/$760,000/€640,000) initiative to help young players impacted by the coronavirus pandemic return to ice hockey.
Héctor Leonardo Páez León made it back-to-back International Cycling Union (UCI) Mountain Bike Marathon World Championships titles, while Ramona Forchini claimed the women’s crown on an eventful day in Turkish province Sakarya.
FIFA claimed victory in the Trinidad and Tobago Court of Appeal after the country’s Football Association was found to have acted "unlawfully by appealing a local court".
Japanese Para-long jumper Sayaka Murakami believes the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics represent a "window of opportunity" to create a positive legacy for disabled people in Japan.
Reigning world champion Sarina Satomi has admitted she would be "spending most of my life at home" had she not fallen in love with Para-badminton.
The Japan Softball Association (JSA) is reportedly turning to virtual reality to prepare its team for the long-awaited defence of its Olympic title at Tokyo 2020.