World number two Naomi Osaka has sparked a debate among tennis players after opting to boycott media conferences at this year’s French Open.
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Commonwealth Games Scotland (CGS) has appointed Jennifer Barsby and Nigel Holl as Board directors following a vote at its Annual General Meeting.
Billionaire businessman Forrest Li has been co-opted onto the Singapore National Olympic Council (SNOC) Executive Committee.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) is set to more than double the number of staff allowed to work at its Lausanne-based headquarters and conduct COVID-19 tests on site after Switzerland announced a further relaxation of restrictions.
A new concussion policy is set to be in place at this year's Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games to protect all blind football players during matches.
Japan’s Mike Kawai claimed his first five-star victory over 1.45 metres when he came out on top on the second day of the Global Champions Tour leg in Saint Tropez in France.
The men’s speed world record was broken twice in a day as Indonesian climbers Veddriq Leonardo and Kiromal Katibin took the sport to new heights at the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) World Cup in Salt Lake City.
Matt Cullen marked the first International Swimming Federation (FINA) Diving Grand Prix appearance of his career by topping the preliminary round of the men’s 10-metre platform at Canada’s virtual edition.
Sarah Lewis has pledged to renounce her Presidential salary and set up a COVID-19 recovery fund if she succeeds Gian Franco-Kasper as head of the International Ski Federation (FIS).
Hosts and reigning champions New Zealand are set to meet rivals Australia on the opening day of next year's rescheduled Rugby World Cup.
Switzerland ended Slovakia’s three-match winning streak with a sensational 8-1 victory at the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) Men’s World Championship in Riga.
Canadian trio Celina Toth, Katelyn Fung and Elaena Dick took the top three spots in the preliminary round of the women's 10-metre platform at the virtual International Swimming Federation (FINA) Diving Grand Prix event.
There was more success for Russia in Limassol as the country racked up six junior titles at the European Sambo Championships.
Frenchman Julien Epaillard delighted the home fans when he triumphed in the 1.45 metres class at the Global Champions Tour event in Saint Tropez.