Chinese swimmer Sun Yang could still compete at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, despite being left off the entry list for Chinese National Championships.
Twitter says online abuse "unrepresentative of overall football conversation" as English football leads social media boycott
Twitter has responded to the three-day boycott of social media by much of British sport and numerous international bodies in protest at online abuse by saying that racist or sexist comments are unrepresentative of "the overall football conversation".
Session postponed at World Women’s Curling Championship after positive coronavirus cases among broadcasters
The first session of play on the third day of the World Women’s Curling Championship has been postponed after a number of positive coronavirus cases were reported among broadcasters covering the tournament.
Athletes that will represent Canada at this year’s Tokyo 2020 Olympics are expected to gain access to vaccines against COVID-19 before heading to the Japanese capital.
The International Ski Federation (FIS) has confirmed there are four applications to host the 2027 Alpine World Ski Championships - with the competition expected to go to Crans Montana, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Narvik or Soldeu.
The Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) has paid tribute to its former President Celso L. Dayrit, who has died at the age of 70.
The Russian Curling Federation (RCF) and defending champions Switzerland maintained their unbeaten runs as action resumed at the World Women's Curling Championship in Calgary.
Cherif Younousse Samba and Ahmed Tijan made it third time lucky in Cancun as they secured the men’s title at the International Volleyball Federation Beach Volleyball World Tour event.
Olympic medallist Van Snick to compete at Kazan Grand Slam, less than three months after tearing ankle ligament
Belgium's Charline Van Snick is to return to competition at the upcoming International Judo Federation Kazan Grand Slam, having avoided undergoing surgery on a torn ankle ligament.
Italy won two golds on the concluding day of the World Athletics Relays Silesia21 held in a chilly Silesian Stadium as the other titles were spread between South Africa, The Netherlands, Cuba, Germany and the hosts.
Top seed Beiwen Zhang of the United States overcame Canadian teenager Rachel Chan to secure her first women's singles title at the Pan American Individual Badminton Championships in Guatemala.
Daniel Goodfellow and Jack Laugher secured Britain its second gold in as many days at the International Swimming Federation (FINA) Diving World Cup in Japanese capital Tokyo.
Hawaii's John John Florence scored the first 10-point ride of the season on the opening day of competition at the World Surf League (WSL) Championship Tour leg in Margaret River.
Places at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics are still up for grabs after the Karate 1-Premier League event in Lisbon, with some dominant displays as the winners of the various disciplines were crowned on the final day in the Portuguese capital.
Four-time Grand Slam champion Naomi Osaka was knocked out of the Madrid Open following a shock second round defeat to Karolína Muchová in the Spanish capital.