Members of the United States Congress have received a letter from more than 200 Olympians, Paralympians, coaches and survivors of abuse urging them to pass the Empowering Olympic and Amateur Athletes Act of 2019.
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The Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) has dismissed a report that its President, Dame Louise Martin, had said postponing the 2021 Commonwealth Youth Games was likely, with no decision yet made.
Track agent Robert Wagner has accepted a two-year suspension after being charged with breaking integrity standards when he told an undercover reporter he could supply them with performance-enhancing drugs.
The International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF) has identified which month it intends to hold the next World Championships in, as well as the 2021 Men's Under-23 World Championship.
Tokyo 2020 has today confirmed all Nippon Festival events planned to take place this year will not go ahead.
Ice hockey coach Bill Peters, who resigned from his role as Calgary Flames head coach last year after admitting to having racially abused one of his players a decade beforehand, has been given a new job in the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL).
The PGA Tour has announced further amendments to its schedule, with June 8 now the date it is targeting for a return.
The Governor of Arizona has come out in support of proposals to begin the Major League Baseball (MLB) season with all 30 teams playing in the state.
The International Luge Federation (FIL) Congress has been postponed, effectively extending the reign of outgoing President Josef Fendt.
The Laver Cup - the men's tennis event contested between a European team and one representing the rest of the world - will not take place this year in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
The International Skating Union (ISU) has cancelled three World Championships in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Sir Bill Beaumont has promised that there will be a major, independent review into the way World Rugby is run if he is re-elected as President.
The decision on which venes in the United States will host FIFA World Cup matches in 2026 looks set to be pushed back as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Kenyan Daniel Wanjiru, who won the London marathon in 2017, has been suspended following an alleged anti-doing violation.