For elite sportsmen and women across the world the COVID-19 pandemic has imposed huge challenges as they have had to forego competition and strive to keep themselves mentally and physically prepared for the day when their events are restored.
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The many tributes from the world of sport have already demonstrated what an important part it had played in the life of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, who died on Friday aged 99.
There is a Greek expression to describe disappearing rapidly from sight. It is "yinomai Louis" (γίνομαι Λούης), which means literally "to becοme Louis".
The sun shone on Thursday (March 25) as Iwashimizu Azusa carried the Olympic Flame with her 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup winning team-mates at J-Village Soccer Training Centre, for the "Grand Start" of the 121 day journey to Tokyo.
France scored a dramatic try with the clock on red in Paris last night to deny Wales the Grand Slam and keep the Six Nations Championship alive until the very last act on Friday (March 26).
Lisa Baird experienced a baptism of fire when she began her new role as commissioner of the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) in March 2020.
On Wednesday afternoon (March 10), a freshly-barbered Thomas Bach will be reinstalled as President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) for four more years.
Shine on Brisbane - the history of Australian Olympic bids and Brisbane's long road to hosting the Games
Ever since an F111 swooped over Sydney’s Olympic stadium at the end of the 2000 Games to capture the Flame in its afterburn, the Australians have made no secret of their wish for the Games to return to the land of the Southern Cross.
For a sport in which the aim is to score goals, the history of Association football is marked by some awfully significant nil-nil draws.
The resignation of Tokyo 2020 President Yoshirō Mori two days ago was inevitable after his derogatory comments about women made his position at the helm untenable.
As the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Kansas City Chiefs have prepared for today's meeting in the 55th Super Bowl in Florida, much of the attention has focused on the still-shining superstar who will run Tampa's game from the quarterback position - Tom Brady. That is, 43-year-old Tom Brady.
The choice of Beijing as host city for the 2022 Olympics, made on July 31 2015 at the 128th International Olympic Committee (IOC) Session in Kuala Lumpur, meant the Chinese capital would become the first city to host both the Summer and Winter Games, having staged the Summer event in 2008.
From London to Melbourne, from Edmonton to Tokyo, how bubbles can enable international sporting events to rise above COVID-19
As organisers of next month’s Australian Open strive to manage quarantine arrangements for many of the world’s leading tennis players, they have no more sympathetic observer in the world than Hockey Canada’s vice-president Dean McIntosh, who recently oversaw the successful staging in Edmonton of the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) World Junior Championship.
International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) President René Fasel has admitted that his visit to Minsk last week had been open to misinterpretation.
Breaking news - World Dance Sport Federation President Tay looking for another tipping point at Paris 2024
The t’s have been crossed, the I’s have been dotted, and breakdancing - or breaking, to give it its official Olympic monicker - will make its debut at the Paris 2024 Games.