A lottery system will be used to decide which ticketholders can attend the Opening and Closing Ceremonies at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, as well as sessions in eight sports.
A second member of a nine-strong group from Uganda that arrived in Japan on Saturday (June 18) for next month's Tokyo 2020 Olympics has tested positive for COVID-19.
Tokyo 2020 organisers have announced the launch of the official mobile app for the Olympic and Paralympic Games, to mark a month to go until the Opening Ceremony.
The Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee has performed a U-turn and banned the sale of alcohol at Games venues.
Oman has been confirmed as the host of the 2021 Youth Sailing World Championships, with the 50th edition of the competition set to take place in December.
Usain Bolt, Naomi Osaka and Nyjah Huston are among those who feature in the International Olympic Committee (IOC's) new global campaign, "Stronger Together", timed to tie in with today’s Olympic Day.
World Taekwondo has unveiled "virtual sparring" as the latest product from its partnership with Refract Technologies.
The Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) has unveiled its Tokyo 2020 brand campaign, Glory From Anywhere, which highlights the accomplishments of Team Canada athletes alongside the inspiring stories of community heroes.
Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike is taking a break from official duties this week and resting due to fatigue, it has been confirmed.
The Pierre de Coubertin Family Association (AFPC) and the Al Oerter Foundation (AOF) have formed a historic partnership to mark Olympic Day.
The United Kingdom's Culture Minister John Whittingdale has defended scrapping quarantine rules for some Euro 2020 fans and officials arriving in the country saying "strict restrictions" would be in place.
The Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) has described the withdrawal of Justis Huni from the country's Tokyo 2020 boxing team as "very sad" after the gold medal hope pulled out through injury.
American archer Brady Ellison and Mexico's Ana Vazquez are among the semi-finalists for the men's and women's recurve competition as confirmed at the end of the second day of the Archery World Cup in Paris.
The International Cycling Union (UCI) has suspended Doltcini-Van Eyck's team manager Marc Bracke for three years after its Ethics Commission found that his conduct constituted sexual harassment.
Malawi's Harriet Bonface has said she feels "humble and honoured" to be part of the new International Judo Federation (IJF) Athletes' Commission, which was selected prior to the IJF World Judo Championships in Budapest earlier this month.