Marc Soler earned a home victory on the second stage of the Vuelta a España - his first stage win at a Grand Tour.
Portugal's João Almeida retained his overall lead at the Giro d'Italia after successfully seeing off an attack from the Sunweb team on the 17th stage of the race.
Belgium's Yves Lampaert secured a popular home victory in the men's Three Days of Bruges-De Panne race, triumphing in windy conditions.
Japan’s former world champion Ami Kondo has retired from judo at the age of 25 to concentrate on a new career as a teacher.
Three marketing agencies - McCann Manchester, Hatch and Goodform - have been appointed to promote the 2021 Rugby League World Cup (RLWC 2021) in England.
South Korean prosecutors are seeking a 20-year prison sentence for former national speed skating coach Cho Jae-beom after he was indicted on charges of sexually assaulting and molesting double Olympic gold medallist Shim Suk-hee.
China has demonstrated once more the remarkable strength in depth of its elite weightlifters.
Roman Berbr has resigned as deputy head of the Czech Football Association (FAČR) after he was one of 20 people detained in connection with a match-fixing investigation.
A series of virtual workshops will start the host city selection process for the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.
Indian badminton star PV Sindhu has decided to quit the national training camp for players heading to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, to focus on her recovery and nutrition in London instead.
Olympic swimming silver medallist and performance psychology coach Markus Rogan has reportedly broken the law by leaving Israel despite testing positive for coronavirus.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) member Shamil Tarpishchev has confirmed he plans to seek re-election as President of the Russian Tennis Federation (RTF).
The fourth US Teqball Challenger Cup took place in Houston and continued the growth of the sport on American soil.
The International Floorball Federation has announced the cancellation of next month's Euro Floorball Tour.
Exclusive: AIBA Presidential candidate linked to potential election rule breach over membership fee payment
Concerns have been raised over a possible breach of International Boxing Association (AIBA) election rules after the National Federation which nominated one of the four candidates standing for President tried to pay the membership fee of nine countries so they can vote in the Congress.