Prague has stepped in to replace London as hosts of this year's European Canoe Slalom Championships after the event in the British capital was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Double Olympic gold medallist and five-time world champion Lin Dan has announced his retirement, bringing an end to a glittering badminton career.
A United Nations Human Rights Council report has called on sporting bodies to "review, revise and revoke" eligibility rules which have a negative impact on athletes’ rights, with the document highlighting the case of Caster Semenya.
Tennis Australia chief executive Craig Tiley has claimed he is confident the Australian Open will take place in Melbourne in January, amid a spike of coronavirus in Victoria.
Novak Djokovic has tested negative for coronavirus nine days after the world number one returned a positive result.
The Presidents of the International and World Boxing Associations say they are aiming to work more closely together in order to benefit boxers.
Kenya's former world marathon record holder Wilson Kipsang has been given a four-year ban from the sport following whereabouts failures and tampering by providing false evidence and witness testimony.
Copenhagen has reportedly informed Tour de France organisers that it is not realistic to bring forward the start of next year’s race.
American hammer thrower Gwen Berry has claimed her omission from the USA Track and Field (USATF) Foundation grant list is punishment for staging a podium protest at the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima.
Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA) director general Yury Ganus believes there is a "high probability" World Athletics will expel the Russian Athletics Federation (RusAF) after the organisation missed a deadline to pay a fine.
South Korean triathlete Choi Suk-hyeon has taken her own life after enduring years of physical and verbal abuse from her coaching staff.
FIFA President Gianni Infantino says the organisation is still trying to get its money back despite a fraud trial over a CFH10 million (£8.3 million/$10.3 million/€9.5 million) payment in relation to the 2006 World Cup collapsing.
A Kenyan long-distance runner is facing a criminal charge, accused of presenting false documentation to the Anti-Doping Agency of Kenya (ADAK).
World Athletics has stood down its Russian Taskforce after confirming it has not been paid the money owed by the country.
World Triathlon and its Women's Committee have announced the World Triathlon Mentor Programme is to launch again virtually, with the goal to increase and sustain the number of women and people with disabilities in leadership roles.