The Africa Cup of Nations has been postponed to January 2022 because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Formula One constructor Mercedes has made a stand against discrimination with an all-black base livery for the 2020 season, in light of the recent race protests around the world.
FIFA is now budgeting for this year’s revenues to come in at little more than half of its original projections, as a consequence of coronavirus.
Bahrain has celebrated the country's first major Para-taekwondo gold medal.
Rainer Senoner will continue as chairman of Saslong Classic Club, the organiser of the International Ski Federation (FIS) Ski World Cup event in Val Gardena in Italy, for the next four years.
West Indies cricketer Jason Holder has suggested the punishment for racism should be the same penalty given to players for doping and match-fixing.
New Zealand have been crowned men's and women's champions for the 2020 edition of the World Rugby Sevens Series after the competition was concluded early due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
György Gattyán Sr has been elected the first President of the Hungarian Teqball Federation (HFT).
Klaus Hartmann was elected to replace incumbent Gernot Mittendorfer as Austrian Ice Hockey Federation (ÖEHV) President.
Athletics Tanzania is aiming for more athletes to secure Tokyo 2020 berths once international competition resumes, with an official from the body saying the current level of qualification is "not good".
The International Canoe Federation (ICF) has postponed its Congress in light of the coronavirus pandemic, but its Board hopes to stage international events before the end of 2020.
Tour de France organisers have asked to change the start date of the 2021 race in order to avoid a clash with the re-arranged Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Harris English has become the fifth player on the PGA Tour to test positive for coronavirus.
A study into Russian doping in athletics has analysed the difference in performance between athletes who have served doping bans and those who haven't, finding that clean athletes performed better in six out of 21 disciplines.
Twenty-six players have tested positive for coronavirus since phase two of the National Hockey League's (NHL) season resumption plan began on June 8.