E-commerce platform Blibli.com has been drafted in to help the firm KiosTix sell Asian Games tickets after three days of malfunctions meant no one has been able to buy any.
Japan hope to win 30 Olympic gold medals and finish third in the medals table at Tokyo 2020, the Japanese Olympic Committee (JOC) has announced here today.
NBA stars cleared to compete at Asian Games as Philippines name Jordan Clarkson flagbearer for Opening Ceremony
National Basketball Association (NBA) star Jordan Clarkson, who plays guard for the Cleveland Cavaliers, will carry the Philippine flag at the Opening Ceremony of the Asian Games this evening, having initially been told he was unable to compete at the event.
The official opening day of competition at the 2018 Asian Games is due to take place here tomorrow with the first gold medal scheduled to be won in the men's changquan wushu event.
Swedish Ice Hockey Association (SIHA) chairman Anders Larsson has backed a proposition to award World Championships to Russia, the Czech Republic and Sweden.
Buenos Aires 2018 has officially distributed the first JOMA uniforms that will clothe personnel working at the Summer Youth Olympic Games.
Organisers of Minsk 2019 have held their second "Bright Team" event in the sport of judo.
Edmonton has hosted a summit to discuss the future of ice hockey and assess how the sport can enjoy growth.
Serbia’s Novak Djokovic is one match away from becoming the first player to win Association of Tennis Professionals Masters 1000 events after reaching the final of the Cincinnati Masters.
Namibia booked their place at the Japan 2019 Rugby World Cup by beating Kenya to win the Rugby Africa Gold Cup.
Olympic 400 metres champion Shaunae Miller-Uibo demonstrated that it may be a little while yet before double European gold medallist Dina Asher-Smith can rule the sprinting world as she defeated Britain’s rising star over 200m at the International Association of Athletics Federations Diamond League meeting in Birmingham.
Norway's Mol and Sorum secure men's gold and record prize at FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour Finals
Norway's Anders Mol and Christian Sorum won $150,000 (£118,000/€132,000) - the biggest purse in beach volleyball history - as they defeated Poland's Michal Bryl and Grzegorz Fijalek in the men's gold medal match at the Beach Volleyball World Tour Finals in Hamburg.
Austria’s Gregor Mühlberger claimed victory on the sixth stage of the BinckBank Tour in The Netherlands today.
Switzerland’s Nicola Spirig celebrated victory for the second consecutive week by powering to success at the International Triathlon Union (ITU) World Cup in Lausanne.
As the Pan American Archery Championships in Medellín in Colombia prepared itself for a concluding day of gold medal matches, including the women’s recurve final between Mexico’s Alejandra Valencia and Mackenzie Brown of the United States, numerous other titles were settled today.