Canadian city Kelowna has been awarded the hosting rights to the 2020 World Mixed Doubles and Senior Curling Championships.
Confirmation of 2021 and 2022 World Table Tennis Championship hosts headlines ITTF meetings in Budapest
Confirmation of the hosts of the 2021 and 2022 World Table Tennis Championships will headline the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) meetings prior to this year’s event in Budapest.
More than 1,200 national sport professionals were in attendance when the first edition of the Brazilian Olympic Congress was held at WTC Events Center in São Paulo.
Minsk 2019 have claimed the European Games can help the city achieve sustainable development.
Retired Italian swimmer Massimiliano Rosolino, a gold medallist at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, is to help promote the 2019 Summer Universiade in Naples.
Samoa’s Cabinet has awarded contracts to local businesses Denzal Services and Feepo Company Limited to cater at the Samoa 2019 Pacific Games in July.
Uganda Olympic Committee (UOC) helped to organise a series of events for France-Uganda Friendship Week as an official partner of the Embassy of France.
Dublin has played host to the second workshop of the New Leaders Sport Leadership Programme with a focus on understanding how others construct decisions and behave.
Rafael Nadal got his title defence at the Monte-Carlo Masters under way with a straightforward win against fellow Spaniard Roberto Bautista Agut at Monte-Carlo Country Club.
Ireland’s Sam Bennett triumphed for the second successive day at the Presidential Tour of Turkey in Eceabat.
Switzerland's Maud Jayet and Norway's Flem Høst won in the laser radial at the Sailing World Cup in Genoa.
Chinese Taipei won for the second time in as many days to end Singapore’s unbeaten run at the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) Women’s Challenge Cup of Asia in Abu Dhabi today.
Australian Paralympians to establish "house" just half-a-mile away from Tokyo 2020 Athletes’ Village
Australia’s Paralympians at the Tokyo 2020 Games will have a base to meet their friends and family just 800 metres from the Athletes’ Village - thanks to a partnership between Paralympics Australia, Sydney’s Sutherland Shire Council and its Japanese sister city Chuo.
Britain topped the medal table at the first Para-archery world rankings tournament of the season with three gold medals and a silver in Fazza.
Six Olympic medallists, including four champions, lead the field for the Pan American Wrestling Championships, which are scheduled to begin tomorrow in Buenos Aires.