On the night of November 9, 1989, 30 years ago, the gates along the 45-kilometre expanse of the Berlin Wall were flung open and the world changed.
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More than 50 years after Olympic podium protest, Norman stands again, permanently, on the home soil of Australia
In the space of the last month there have been significant official acknowledgements of the role played by the three athletes who took part in the most infamous - at the time - and now famous podium protests - Tommie Smith and John Carlos of the United States, and Australia’s Peter Norman.
One hundred years ago, the world’s oldest international Association football competition made its comeback after an absence of five-and-a-half years. An as yet undivided Ireland took on England in the opening match of the 1919-1920 Home International Championship at Windsor Park in Belfast.
One hundred years ago, a scandal in baseball rocked American sport to its foundations.
In 2015, World Taekwondo President Chungwon Choue was travelling to London with a plan forming in his head.
Last week's announcement that Alberto Salazar, the head coach at the Nike Oregon Project, had been banned for four years by the United States Anti-Doping Agency meant Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) representatives here in Doha had to serve immediate notices prohibiting athletes under his charge from further association.
Peace and Sport founder Joël Bouzou claims sport has a huge role to play in international peace relations as the organisation prepares to mark 10 years of its Champions For Peace project.
Two athletes at the 1969 European Athletics Championships in Athens were decades ahead of their time, one for doping, the other for his diet.
Camilo Pérez López Moreira is among the newest cohort of International Olympic Committee (IOC) members after being elected as part of the class of 2018 at the organisation's Session in Buenos Aires.
When the International Olympic Committee (IOC) put weightlifting's place on the Games schedule under threat on June 9, 2017, there were many within the sport who feared the worst, with good reason.
As the new, all-embracing version of the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) World Cup begins in China this weekend, the organisation's secretary general Andreas Zagklis has hailed the success of what he describes as "the biggest project our federation has had in its almost 90-year history".
The tagline "Judo's Coming Home" has been happily and widely employed in the months leading up to the International Judo Federation's (IJF) World Championships, which have begun in Tokyo today.
As the year to go landmark looms for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics, IPC President Parsons is targeting a change in Japanese culture
A year on from this coming weekend, the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games Opening Ceremony will take place.
The past couple of weeks have been Peru’s time in the international sports spotlight, with the South American nation making a good fist of hosting the Pan American Games, which draw to a close tonight in the capital, Lima.
As Hubbard sets sights for Tokyo 2020, the debate over transgender sporting protagonists grows more heated
Last month, the chairman of the Samoa 2019 Pacific Games, Loau Solamalemalo Keneti Sio, described the participation of transgender weightlifter Laurel Hubbard in the over-87 kilograms event, where she won two golds, as "unfair".