The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Academy has launched an introductory online programme for coaches looking to get involved in training athletes with an impairment.
Exclusive: Coe set to become IAAF President after dozen European countries in one day pledge support to him
Sebastian Coe is heading towards becoming the next President of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) following an extraordinary day when 12 countries in Europe pledged to support the double Olympic 1500 metres gold medallist.
Michel Platini has officially confirmed he will run to replace Sepp Blatter as the FIFA President in next February’s election, as first reported on insidethegames yesterday.
Dentsu, the Japanese advertising and public relations company, is to retain exclusive broadcasting rights to the Olympic Games across a total of 22 Asian countries - including Malaysia - until at least 2024.
Bach "out of touch" with reality No Boston Olympics campaigners claim after criticism of city's doomed bid for 2024
International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach has claimed he gave up following Boston 2024 because he found it "pretty confusing" but made it clear here today he expected the United States to keep its commitment to put forward a city to bid for the Games.
Tokyo 2020 President Yoshirō Mori formally apologised to the International Olympic Committee (IOC) here today after the Japanese Government announced earlier this month they were scrapping plans for a new National Stadium and starting again.
Kazakhstan Prime Minister Karim Massimov has hit back at claims his country's economic problems means Almaty would not be capable of hosting the 2022 Winter Olympics and Paralympics, promising a $75 billion (£49 billion/€67 billion) sovereign wealth fund has been set aside to deal with such projects.
Leo Wallner, the Austrian who was a member of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) until last December, has died at the age of 79.
Venezuelan weightlifter set to be stripped of Pan American Games gold after becoming 17th doping case
Venezuelan weightlifter Jesus Gonzalez Barrios has become the 17th athlete implicated in a doping scandal at the Pan American Games in Toronto and is set to be the first stripped of a gold medal after reportedly testing positive for an unnamed substance.
The qualification rounds for the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) Pyongyang Open begin today, marking the return of World Tour table tennis to North Korea for the first time in 36 years.
Australia’s hopes of winning a gold medal at the forthcoming World Rowing Championships have been dealt a savage blow following a bike crash in Italy in which three members of their top boat - the men’s coxless four - suffered injuries, with Alex Lloyd, the number two seat, breaking his collarbone.
British duo Daley and Gallantree claim first-ever mixed team diving title at World Aquatics Championships
Great Britain’s Tom Daley and Rebecca Gallantree won gold medals in the inaugural mixed team diving event at the International Swimming Federation (FINA) World Championships in Kazan.
Hosts Denmark are one of 18 nations still in the running for Rio 2016 Olympic quota places following two elimination rounds of the men’s recurve individual competition at the World Archery Championships in Copenhagen.
Fraser-Pryce changes plan and may defend both 100m and 200m titles at IAAF World Championships in Beijing
Jamaica's Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce has revealed that she may change her plan and defend both her 100 metres and 200m at the International Association of Athletics Federations World Championships in Beijing next month.
Hungary and Slovenia claim double swimming success on third day of Tbilisi 2015 European Youth Olympic Festival
Hungary and Slovenia secured double gold in the New Tbilisi Swimming Pool on the third day of competition at the 2015 European Youth Olympic Festival (EYOF) in Georgia's capital.