Monaco's Prince Albert has helped reopen the Olympic Museum in Sarajevo nearly three decades after it was destroyed during the Bosnian War.
Collecting and Heritage News
A blue plaque has been unveiled in Newbury in the United Kingdom to five-time Wimbledon champion and Olympic silver medallist Lottie Dod.
A piece of the floor signed by the late Kobe Bryant after his last match in the National Basketball Association (NBA) in 2016 has been sold for $631,200 (£487,400/€536,900) at auction.
The iconic 35-ton set of steel Olympic Rings that lit up the Sydney Harbour Bridge during the 2000 Games, which closed 20-years-ago today, have been put up for sale on auction site eBay.
Sports in the United Kingdom are being urged to take part in National Sporting Heritage Day, which is celebrating its sixth anniversary today.
The second edition of the Football Association (FA) Cup trophy, which cost £25 ($33/€28) to make, was sold today at auction for nearly £760,000 ($977,000/€834,000).
The United States Mint has released its first coins with applied colour to celebrate the 2020 Naismith Basketball Memorial Hall of Fame.
Cathy Freeman’s gold medal winning 400m race at the Sydney 2000 Olympics has become the first Australian sporting moment to be preserved using "Synthetic DNA" technology in what a leading official has described as a "Space Odyssey."
A sportscar manufactured by Honda to commemorate Italy’s Alex Zanardi winning the Championship Auto Racing Teams (CART) in 1997 and 1998 has been sold for a record $277,017 (£217,752/€236,623) on the internet.
The jersey worn by Colin Kaepernick, the man who was the catalyst for the Black Lives Matter movement, on his National Football League (NFL) debut for San Francisco 49ers nine-years-ago is being put up for auction.
A bus used in the Closing Ceremony of the 2012 Olympic Games in London has been put up for sale on the auction site eBay for £2,000 ($2,600/€2,200).
Kobe Bryant's childhood home in the suburbs of Philadelphia has gone on the market.
A medal from the first modern Olympic Games at Athens in 1896 has sold for $65,625 (£51,000/€55,375) at auction.
Trading cards for women’s softball are to be produced by the Topps Company for the first time in its 82-year history.
The second edition of the Football Association (FA) Cup trophy, which cost £25 ($33/€28) to make, is set to go on sale later this month and could fetch nearly £1 million ($1.3 million/€1.1 million).