Criminal proceedings against FIFA President Gianni Infantino have been launched in Switzerland, it was announced today.
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Hockey New Zealand (Hockey NZ) chief executive Ian Francis has announced his resignation after nearly 10 years at the national governing body.
Aleksandr Aksinin, a member of the Soviet Union team that won the Olympic gold medal in the 4x100 metres relay at Moscow 1980, has died at the age of 65, it has been reported.
Australia's world number one Ashleigh Barty has decided to miss next month’s US Open because of fears over the risk of contracting COVD-19 if she travels to the event in New York City.
The theme song for the Asian Beach Games in Sanya has been launched, despite major doubts over whether the event will take place as planned this year because of the coronavirus crisis.
The boom in Michael Jordan memorabilia is set to continue following the success of “The Last Dance” documentary broadcast on Netflix earlier this year.
Offices for the 2023 Pacific Games have been officially opened in the Solomon Islands, just a few days after the country's Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare promised that the Government were committed to the event, despite the worldwide coronavirus crisis.
Russia's former European high jump champion Alexander Shustov is refusing to give up on a campaign to clear his name for doping offences, despite having already lost at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).
An original drawing of the Olympic rings sketched by Baron Pierre de Coubertin sold for €185,000 (£169,000/$216,000) at an auction in Cannes today.
Next year’s Pacific Mini Games looks set to be postponed until December 2021 to avoid clashing with the Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Switzerland's Attorney General Michael Lauber has offered his resignation following a Court decision that criticised his conduct over an investigation into alleged corruption at FIFA.
A gold medal from the 1908 Olympic Games in London is among items currently up for sale at the latest RR Auction.
Scotland's Lachie Stewart, whose victory in the 10,000 metres was one of the highlights of the 1970 Commonwealth Games in Edinburgh, has had part of a leg amputated almost 50 years to the day of his gold medal performance.
Solomon Islands Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare has claimed that preparations for the 2023 Pacific Games remain on course, despite the coronavirus crisis.
An original drawing of the Olympic rings sketched by Baron Pierre de Coubertin is set to go up for auction in Cannes next Sunday (July 26) and is estimated to sell for as much as €100,000 (£91,000/$114,000).