FIFA's Club Protection Programme (CPP), an insurance scheme that compensates football clubs when players they employ are injured on international duty, will apply at the Tokyo 2020 men's and women's Olympic football tournaments.
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The Great Britain Olympic team at the Tokyo 2020 Games may enter history as the first to contain more women than men.
The new International Swimming League (ISL) will have a first-year budget of some $20 million (£15 million/€17.5 million), according to the Ukrainian businessman who is the source of its financial backing.
Adam Peaty has been confirmed as a key member of a London swimming team which will compete in the inaugural season of the privately-financed International Swimming League (ISL).
The unusual weather patterns experienced by parts of California in recent years have taken their toll on the 1984 Olympic rowing venue.
The Executive Committee of World Rowing has agreed to allow joint crews from North and South Korea to try to qualify for Tokyo 2020 in a number of events.
The rowing competition at the 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Los Angeles may be switched to the Long Beach Marine Stadium, which hosted the sport at the 1932 Games in the Californian city.
FIFA has yet to decide whether to use goal-line technology at next year’s Tokyo 2020 Olympic football tournament.
The International Equestrian Federation (FEI) is accelerating development of an electronic registration system for horses competing in FEI disciplines in response to Brexit.
New FIFA anti-doping regulations come into force today.
Payments stemming from gymnastics's presence on the Olympic Games sports programme are expected to account for over half of the International Gymnastics Federation's (FIG) income during the 2017-2020 quadrennium, it has been acknowledged.
The number of full International Olympic Committee (IOC) members has slipped back below 100, following a string of mainly age-related departures taking effect at the end of the calendar year.
The new French National Sport Agency has moved a step closer to starting operations with the appointment of Frédéric Sanaur to a new post.
Vladimir Lisin, newly-elected President of the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF), is to use $10 million (£7.9 million/€8.8 million) of his own money to establish a development fund for the sport.
Alexander Ratner, the new International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) secretary general, has spelt out the thinking behind the decision for both him and Vladimir Lisin, the new President, to put their weight behind shooting’s push for a place at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham today, arguing that the sport should be in "all the major competitions".