The Olympic Federation of Ireland (OFI) has launched an online series addressing how gender equality can be achieved at leadership level in sport in the country.
Rahul Johri is expected to leave his post as Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) chief executive after the organisation reportedly accepted his resignation.
German goalball player Michael Feistle revealed he was hopeful of a podium finish at next year's Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
The Royal Australian Mint has released a new Olympic collector coin in recognition of the country's national team in Tokyo.
The World Curling Academy has launched its first online certificate course teaching the basic knowledge of maintaining curling ice.
The World DanceSport Federation (WDSF) has extended its partnership with the World Rock'n'Roll Confederation (WRRC) for a further four years.
The International Wheelchair Rugby Federation (IWRF) has appointed MLS Contracts Ltd (MLS) to provide administration support services for the organisation.
Mexican Taekwondo Federation President Professor Raymundo González said the organisation has remained "relaxed" during the COVID-19 pandemic as two of the country's athletes have qualified for Tokyo 2020.
Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA) director general Yuri Ganus claimed that "unacceptable" allegations of corruption posted on instant messaging platform Telegram was an attempt to "discredit" his organisation.
The United States has sanctioned members of the Chinese Communist Party over rights abuses against ethnic minorities in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, as tensions continue to rise between the two nations prior to the 2022 Winter Olympics Games in Beijing.
Seoul City Mayor Park Won-soon, a key figure in the possible joint North-South Korean bid for the 2032 Olympic and Paralympics, has been found dead.
Japan has allowed a restricted number of fans to return to stadiums to watch baseball and football matches, despite the growing number of coronavirus cases in Tokyo.
Qatar 2022 has cut part of its World Cup workforce due to the economic pressures of the coronavirus pandemic.
Belarusian Athletics Federation President Vadim Devyatovskiy revealed he would "consider" Russian athletes who wished to switch allegiance.
Gymnasts Becky and Ellie Downie have said abusive behaviour in gymnastics has been "ingrained" and "completely normalised", following British Gymnastics announcement it will carry out an independent review into allegations of abuse made within the sport.