The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has extended its deal with information technology giant Atos until 2024.
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The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has announced that the FIH Pro League will resume on September 22 with men's and women's matches between Germany and Belgium.
Jean-Michel Blanquer has become France's most senior politician for sport following a cabinet reshuffle.
Asian Games sponsor Loong Air has unveiled a plane which has been decked out in Hangzhou 2022 livery.
Limerick has been named as the host of the 2023 World Archery Youth Championships.
University and Tertiary Sport New Zealand (UTSNZ) is to hold a new group of competitions called the Challenge Series.
Australia has named its men's wheelchair basketball squad which will prepare for the postponed Tokyo 2020 Paralympics.
Curling Canada has admitted that the sport will "look a bit different" this season after publishing return-to-play guidelines.
Two sambo stars competed against each other in a friendly contest to warm-up for the Americas leg of the sport's online tournament.
United World Wrestling (UWW) has launched its online academy after more than a year of development.
German inline skaters Felix Rijhnen and Mareike Thun have set the first-ever hour world records in the sport.
The Taekwondo Humanitarian Foundation (THF) has launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise cash for a sports hall in Rwanda.
The Badminton World Federation (BWF) has announced the cancellation of two tournaments as further changes were made to the sport's return-to-play plan.
The European Young Olympic Ambassador Programme has been launched ahead of next year's Winter European Youth Olympic Festival in Vuokatti (EYOF).
A two-day training seminar has concluded after World Taekwondo held its International Coach Certification Course online for the first time.