An underground complex is set to connect the Hangzhou Olympic and International Expo Centre and other venues for the 2022 Asian Games.
The International Ski Federation (FIS) has paid tribute to two long-serving employees who have left their roles after both spending more than two decades with the governing body.
Chris Hecker and Kate Barton have both joined the United States cross-country skiing team in the build-up to the 2020-2021 season.
The International Sambo Federation (FIAS) has announced plans for its first-ever online tournament.
Mexico's triple Paralympic champion Amalia Perez and Jordan's Abdelkareem Khattab both claimed victory at the second edition of World Para Powerlifting's Online World Cup Series.
Organisers of the Paris 2024 Olympic Games have acknowledged a "shift in approach" as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
American hammer thrower Gwen Berry has demanded a public apology from the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC) in light of the organisation's response to nationwide protests following the death of George Floyd.
World Athletics’ new strategic plan includes support campaign after research shows 88 per cent exercise boom in lockdown
World Athletics will launch a new campaign to support those who have discovered the sport in lockdown, during which research indicates that exercise has increased by 88 per cent.
Banned athletics coach Alberto Salazar's appeal against his four-year suspension will be heard by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in November.
The Tokyo Metropolitan Government has issued an alert to citizens following 34 new coronavirus cases in the city.
Rohan Taylor is set to take over as head coach of Swimming Australia for the postponed Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games after Jacco Verhaeren stepped down.
The new President and Board of Weightlifting Fiji (WF) have been told they are "leading the sport in gender equality".
Canadian sprinter Graeme Thompson has been suspended for two years after the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport (CCES) ruled he had ingested banned substances unintentionally.
The Brazilian Olympic Committee (COB) is set to send around 200 athletes, divided into groups, to Europe for training between July and December.
The Russian Biathlon Union (RBU) has scheduled an extraordinary elective conference for July amid a dispute between members of the embattled body's Executive Board.