America's leading male gymnast Sam Mikulak has announced he will retire after next year's Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Posthumous award for tango-loving "fat one" Selvetti, South America’s first Olympic weightlifting medallist
Humberto Selvetti, the first South American and first native Spanish speaker to win an Olympic weightlifting medal, is top of the list of athletes who will be inducted into the Pan American Weightlifting Federation (PAWF) Hall of Fame at a gala to be held on August 22.
Rising Phoenix, an upcoming documentary about the Paralympic Movement, counters the attitude displayed by some Rio 2016 organisers who viewed the Paralympics as less important than the Olympics, its co-producer Greg Nugent has said.
Former world champion gymnast Chellsie Memmel could compete at next year's Olympics in Tokyo after announcing her return to the sport.
Two-time Olympic triple jump bronze medallist Vitold Kreyer has died aged 87.
Brazilian judo coaches are confident the country can win a medal in the first Olympic mixed team event at Tokyo 2020 next year.
A Torch donated to the International Olympic Committee (IOC), said to be used by Muhammad Ali to light the Olympic Cauldron at Atlanta 1996, may not be the original version.
The Chinese Taipei Olympic Committee (CTOC) has unveiled the uniform its athletes and officials will wear at the postponed Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
World Athletics will push for cross country to return to the Olympics in the form of a mixed relay at the 2024 Games in Paris - the city which last hosted it as an Olympic event 100 years earlier.
Tokyo 2020 to "listen and learn" from sporting events to aid development of coronavirus countermeasures
Tokyo 2020 have promised it will "listen and learn" from sporting events which have resumed in Japan and internationally, as organisers seek to develop "robust countermeasures" against coronavirus by the conclusion of the year.
Hockey New Zealand (Hockey NZ) chief executive Ian Francis has announced his resignation after nearly 10 years at the national governing body.
Staff for the Tokyo Skytree will have a fresh look with a change of uniform due in October in time for next year's postponed Olympic Games in the Japanese capital.
The Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) has announced 17 cyclists will represent the nation at the rescheduled Olympic Games in Tokyo next year, including road stars Michael Woods and Leah Kirchmann.
Aleksandr Aksinin, a member of the Soviet Union team that won the Olympic gold medal in the 4x100 metres relay at Moscow 1980, has died at the age of 65, it has been reported.
A proposal for a venue due to be used at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games to be named after women's sport activist Alice Milliat has been approved by the Paris Council.