Australian authorities have begun an inquiry into their nation’s failed bid to host the 2022 World Cup as the backlash from the FIFA scandal continues.
The Brunei Darussalam National Olympic Council (BDNOC) have pulled out of hosting the 2019 Southeast Asian Games, it has been announced.
Baku 2015 has released its official mobile application, providing all the latest news and up-to-date information on the inaugural European Games, as well as offering full social media interactivity.
The International Sailing Federation (ISAF) have announced they have launched a new Paralympic Development Programme in a direct response to the sport’s exclusion from Tokyo 2020.
Gwangju 2015 reveal Opening and Closing Ceremony plans as Universiade countdown reaches 30 days to go
Gwangju 2015 have announced the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the Summer Universiade will feature a blend of South Korea’s traditions and pop culture, after revealing their plans at an official event at Plaza Hotel in Seoul.
Port Moresby 2015 have announced three of the main venues for this year’s Pacific Games in the Papua New Guinean capital have been temporarily renamed.
Nike has stepped into the controversy over allegations carried in last night’s BBC Panorama programme that Alberto Salazar and one of the athletes he coaches at the Nike Oregon Project in Portland, Galen Rupp, had been involved in doping violations.
The Football Association of Ireland (FAI) received a substantial payment from FIFA in an attempt to prevent them from launching legal action against football’s governing body after Frenchman Thierry Henry’s handball cost the Republic of Ireland a place at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, chief executive John Delaney revealed today.
This year’s edition of the World Archery Championships in Copenhagen is set to be the “biggest ever by 25 per cent”, it is claimed, with 699 athletes from 100 countries already registered to compete.
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has reached an agreement with Tokyo 2020 for the delivery of the fourth edition of its Academy’s Excellence Programme.
World number one Serena Williams overcame both illness and Switzerland’s Timea Bacsinszky at Roland Garros in Paris to book her place in the French Open final and move to within one match of winning a twentieth Grand Slam title.
Justin Gatlin beat Usain Bolt’s three-year-old track record in Rome tonight, winning the 100 metres at the International Association of Athletics Federations’ Diamond League meeting in 9.75sec.
The athletics track at Nottingham’s Harvey Hadden stadium, which will play host to events during this year’s Cerebral Palsy International Sports and Recreation Association (CPISRA) World Games, has achieved category A classification for the first time.
British Cycling have approved significant changes to their youth competition programme from 2016, following an in-depth multi-disciplinary review, as they attempt to meet the growing numbers of young people seeking to take part in the sport.
Host nation Argentina surged to the top of Pool B at the men’s Hockey World League semi-final event with a comfortable 3-0 victory over Austria on the opening day in Buenos Aires.