Three men who have held senior roles in weightlifting throughout the 21st century have been charged as a result of the shocking findings of an eight-month investigation into doping corruption, negligence and cover-ups in weightlifting.
Japanese Emperor Naruhito has expressed concerns over the potential for the delayed Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games leading to a spread of COVID-19 cases in the host country.
Newly elected International Swimming Federation President Husain Al-Musallam has claimed he would be happy to work in partnership with the International Swimming League (ISL) and the newly formed International Swimmers’ Alliance (ISA) for the benefit of the sport.
Transgender runner CeCe Telfer has been ruled out of the women's 400 metres hurdles at the United States Olympic trials in Eugene because she is currently not eligible under World Athletics rules.
Newly-crowned US Open champion Jon Rahm heads the ranking for the Tokyo 2020 men’s golf tournament, which has seen late withdrawals from several potential contenders for the Olympic Games gold medal.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has expressed concerns over the easing of COVID-19 restrictions in countries which are hosting matches at the UEFA European Championship.
Former Nigeria football coach Samson Siasia has had a life ban from the sport reduced to a five-year sanction by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).
More than 150 people took part in the first heads of delegation meeting for the delayed 2021 Winter Universiade in Lucerne.
Birmingham 2022 has promoted the application process for its Creative City Grants - with groups able to apply for up to £20,000 ($28,000/€23,000) for art projects which will leave a positive community impact.
An online exhibition has been launched which links two-time Winter Olympic host Lake Placid with Beijing 2022.
Brazil and the United States will meet again in the final of the women’s Volleyball Nations League (VNL) at Rimini tomorrow after they defeated Japan and Turkey, respectively, in their semi-finals.
France's 2016 champion Lebesson ousted in first round of main draw at European Table Tennis Championships
France’s Emmanuel Lebesson, the 2016 European men’s table tennis champion, made an unexpectedly early exit from the latest edition of the Championships in Warsaw today.
United States’ William Shaner clinched victory in the men’s 10 metres air rifle event at the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup in Osjek began.
Mike Schloesser became top-scoring qualifier for the compound men individual semi-finals on the third day of the Archery World Cup in Paris - the third in this year’s series.
Janja Garnbret made a strong start to the fourth International Federation of Sport Climbing World Cup of the season at Innsbruck today as she finished joint top in qualifying for Saturday’s bouldering semi-finals.