The International Fencing Federation (FIE) has unveiled a CHF1 million (£830,000/$1.05 million/€930,000) COVID-19 support plan for the sport.
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The Athens Marathon - and the postponed Athens Half Marathon - have been cleared to take place later this year, with social distancing restrictions.
FIFA is once again drawing on its increasingly productive esport cash cow, unveiling plans today for an extension of the FIFA eChallenger Series, along with games-maker EA Sports.
Last year’s financial statements for the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) have been published, showing that the Lausanne-based body made a small net surplus of CHF2.2 million (£1.8 million/$2.3 million/€2.05 million) after financial results.
Worldwide Olympic sponsor Samsung has published encouraging financial data for the April-June period, in spite of the blight cast by coronavirus over many leading economies.
The International Swimming Federation (FINA) expects to be able to restrict this year's deficit to less than CHF20 million (£16.6 million/$20.8 million/€18.6 million), in spite of severe COVID-19-related disruption to originally anticipated cash flows.
The International Swimming Federation (FINA) is aiming to secure significant changes to the Olympic aquatics programme at Paris 2024, as it seeks to build on its status as the international sports federation (IF) with the most medal events at Tokyo 2020.
Jean Castex has been named French Prime Minister in what appears to be a significant boost for Paris 2024.
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.
Sports footwear and apparel giant Nike swung heavily into loss in its March-to-May 2020 quarter, reflecting the impact of COVID-19.
FIFA is budgeting for a 25 per cent hike in the cost of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic football tournament.
FIFA will raid its well-stocked reserves to finance a COVID-19 relief plan that will make up to $1.5 billion (£1.2 billion/€1.3 billion) available to the wider "football community."
World Athletics has been reimbursed for more than three years' worth of costs incurred since the suspension of the Russian Athletics Federation (RusAF) in November 2015.
Fresh details of World Athletics’s hitherto unpublished finances have emerged, revealing that Japanese marketing giant Dentsu accounted for more than half the governing body’s revenue in 2018.
Talks between the International Modern Pentathlon Union (UIPM) and the International Olympic Committee (IOC) over a possible advance on the Monaco-based body’s payment for the sport’s presence on the Tokyo 2020 Olympic programme are continuing, a top UIPM official has confirmed to insidethegames.