A Malaysian national diving coach will go on trial for allegedly raping an athlete who was training for the next Olympics, reports have said.
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The Brazilian University Sports Confederation (CBDU) has presented its first group of volunteers who will assist at their major events.
World Karate Federation (WKF) President Antonio Espinós has highlighted the importance of regional events after attending the Polish Open in Bielsko-Biala.
A leading Canadian Paralympian has welcomed the news that the Canadian Government has announced a major increase in its investment in the Athlete Assistance Programme (AAP), which relieves some of the financial pressures associated with participation in sport.
A special tribute to Grand Master Chong Soo Lee was a highlight of the recent Canada Taekwondo Open in Montreal, which featured 903 competitors from 38 countries.
A sports administration course was held recently in Malé, capital of the Maldives, involving 29 participants from that city and Addu, a city in the south of the archipelago.
The World Flying Disc Federation (WFDF) has announced that charity Early Recognition Is Critical (ERIC) has been chosen as its spirit of the game partner for a two-year period through to 2019.
The World Para Taekwondo rankings have been updated before the World Championships, which take place in London on Thursday (October 19).
The Swedish Paralympic Committee has announced a partnership with Toyota to promote Para-sport until 2025.
A flame from the 1964 Tokyo Olympic Torch which was supposed to be kept alight eternally went out in 2013, it emerged today.
Brazil's Robert Scheidt, winner of five Olympic medals, including two gold, has announced his retirement from Olympic competition, ending a career that spanned a quarter-of-a-century.
A university in Australian city Melbourne has joined forces with the local council to promote sport around the community.
Three leading South Korean taekwondo masters have been working in Durban, South Africa, in a bid to pass on their experience to young people and evaluate standards.
Mongolia is the latest focus in the documentary series Judo For The World, which is being championed by the International Judo Federation (IJF).
The China Tour concludes this weekend with the final speed and penultimate Lead events of 2017 at the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) World Cup in Xiamen, following last weekend's events in Wujiang.