The International Ski Federation (FIS) Alpine Ski World Cup is set to continue tomorrow with a men's slalom event in Austrian town Schladming.
The International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) World Tour Platinum returns for 2020 with the first event at the German Open in Magdeburg.
Broadbeach and Club Helensvale are set to host the finals of this year's World Bowls Championships in the Gold Coast in Australia.
Iran has announced its policy for this year's Paralympic Games in Tokyo claiming it will focus on sending athletes who have good medal chances rather than sending a very large team.
The draw for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games wheelchair basketball competition is to be held on March 22.
Paralympics Australia has released the first of a series of videos set to profile athletes and their journeys to the this year's Paralympic Games, named "Ready Set Tokyo".
The United States' double Olympic basketball gold medallist Kobe Bryant died today in a fatal California helicopter crash that killed eight others, including his 13-year-old daughter.
China has withdrawn as host of the qualifying tournament for the women's Olympic football at Tokyo 2020 because of the coronavirus outbreak and the event next month has been relocated to Sydney, the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) has announced.
British Sports Minister Nigel Adams said the prospect of India missing the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games over the absence of shooting was "absolutely bonkers".
Participants and spectators attending the Olympic Torch Relay in Fukushima prefecture have been promised that it is safe and they will not be exposed to radiation.
Iran's only female Olympic medallist Kimia Alizadeh has said she plans to compete for Germany after fleeing her home country.
This year's Hong Kong Marathon has been cancelled because of fears over the coronavirus outbreak, it has been announced.
The Italian town of Assisi has been announced as the host of the second International Boxing Association (AIBA) Continental Forum.
Australian sport is in the middle of another row over ball-tampering - this time with tennis player John Millman at the centre following his five-set defeat to Roger Federer at the Australian Open.
Ugandan Olympians from as far back as Rome 1960 gathered for a reunion in Kampala.