The International Basketball Federation (FIBA) and the National Basketball Association (NBA) are set to host a joint development camp in Cuba’s capital Havana, just months after both Cuba and the United States announced plans to normalise relations with their long-time adversaries.
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Thomas Bach has led the celebrations to mark the centenary of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) moving to Lausanne.
Toronto 2015 have opened their official store today at the Toronto Eaton Centre, located in the heart of the Canadian city.
FINA launch 'Scholarships for Swimmers – Targeting Rio 2016' initiative to support Southeast Asian swimmers
The International Swimming Federation (FINA) have launched an initiative titled ‘Scholarships for Swimmers – Targeting Rio 2016’ which aims at providing support to Southeast Asian National Federations.
The Dame Kelly Holmes Trust have announced the appointment of Emma Atkins as the charity's new chief executive, after an interim spell in the role, following the departure of Julie Whelan in January.
American Jordan Spieth has a three shot lead over his nearest challengers after the first day of the 79th US Masters at Augusta in Georgia.
International Paralympic Committee end sailing's hopes of inclusion at Tokyo 2020 following meeting with ISAF
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) have confirmed to the International Sailing Federation (ISAF) in a meeting that the process of selecting sports for the Tokyo 2020 has officially drawn to a close, all but ending their hopes of having the sport reinstated.
PrideHouse Toronto have launched an educational outreach programme titled "The PrideHouse That Kids Built" in elementary schools across the Province of Ontario as they attempt to promote inclusion in sport ahead of this year’s Pan American and Parapan Games in the city.
Augusta National Golf Club will once again tomorrow play host to golf’s first major of the season as defending US Masters champion Bubba Watson seeks to claim his third Masters title in four years at the course in Georgia.
A proposed amendment to Russian law which would see athletes restricted to competing at only two Olympic Games has been criticised by Yevgeny Plushenko, Russia’s two-time Olympic figure skating champion.
World Taekwondo Federation to receive record investment after signing global partnership with Booyoung Group
The World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) have signed a global partnership with South Korean construction company Booyoung Group, with the deal set to provide the sport with a record investment.
International Volleyball Federation President welcomes relaxing of Iran's ban on women attending sporting events
International Volleyball Federation President (FIVB) President Ary S. Graça has welcomed the announcement that a ban preventing women from attending sporting matches in Iran is set to be relaxed.
United World Wrestling announced a two-year sponsorship deal with sports nutrition company MusclePharm, who will provide products and nutritional education to wrestlers.
Singapore has been announced as the latest World Rugby Sevens Series hosts from the 2015-2016 season, with their new National Stadium set to host a men’s event for the next four years.