Chris Hecker and Kate Barton have both joined the United States cross-country skiing team in the build-up to the 2020-2021 season.
The International Ski Federation (FIS) has paid tribute to two long-serving employees who have left their roles after both spending more than two decades with the governing body.
The International Sambo Federation (FIAS) has announced plans for its first-ever online tournament.
Ukraine retained the International Federation of Match Poker's Nations Cup title at an event held virtually because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Global Esports Federation (GEF) has announced the formation of a new Brand, Marketing, Commercial and Communication Commission to drive the sport forward.
World Athletics’ new strategic plan includes support campaign after research shows 88 per cent exercise boom in lockdown
World Athletics will launch a new campaign to support those who have discovered the sport in lockdown, during which research indicates that exercise has increased by 88 per cent.
The Spanish Handball Federation (RFEBM) has published a guide to help athletes as sport resumes after the coronavirus pandemic.
Teqball player Natalia Guitler revealed her hopes for a women's singles and doubles category at future tournaments.
World Lacrosse has announced the Men’s World Championships will move back one year to 2023 in response to changes in the international sporting calendar.
World Cup winner Maren Lundby leads the 15 athletes named on Norway’s ski jumping A teams for the 2020 to 2021 season.
The Russian Biathlon Union (RBU) has scheduled an extraordinary elective conference for July amid a dispute between members of the embattled body's Executive Board.
Badminton Association of Malaysia has begun a training camp as it resumes its "Road to Tokyo" as coronavirus restrictions ease.
International Basketball Federation (FIBA) Africa has conducted courses online to help referees during the coronavirus pandemic.
Snow Australia is to launch the Snow Australia Medal to formally recognise athletic achievement in winter sports.
The International Mixed Martial Arts Federation (IMMAF) has moved its headquarters from Sweden to Lausanne as part of its bid to gain formal recognition.