Belarus and Russia will take into account the experience of cooperation gained during the ongoing FIFA World Cup in Russia as they prepare the agreement on mutual visa recognition for the Minsk 2019 European Games.
Optus has announced that it will surrender its exclusive streaming of all FIFA World Cup matches in Australia to SBS for two days as they desperately attempt to resolve the problems experienced so far.
The German national football team's honorary captain Phillip Lahm has said the bid team has "many ideas" for bringing fans together if the 2024 European Championships are awarded to the country.
A special documentary has aired on the Olympic Channel showcasing the negotiations that took place between North and South Korea before the 2018 Winter Games.
Australian Canoeing, the national sporting organisation responsible for canoeing, kayaking and other paddle sports in the country, has re-branded as Paddle Australia.
The Norwegian Ski Federation has established a special training group for women's Nordic combined, which is intended to help prepare athletes for major medal events to come in the future.
The Olympic Committee of Israel (OCI) has pledged to end gender discrimination by signing a Gender Equality Charter.
New Zealand has named a team of four wrestlers for the Buenos Aires 2018 Summer Youth Olympic Games.
Romelu Lukaku and Harry Kane each scored twice as Belgium and England each enjoyed a winning start to their respective World Cup campaigns in Group G today.
World champions Croatia have started their International Swimming Federation (FINA) Water Polo World League Super Final campaign with a comfortable win over Kazakhstan in Budapest.
Jinsun Jung has won the men's epee title at the International Fencing Federation (FIE) Asian Championships in Bangkok, bettering his bronze at the same Championships last year.
Defending champions Brazil beat Paraguay today to make it three wins out of three at the 2018 Pan American Men’s Handball Championship in Nuuk in Greenland.
Men's compound world number one Stephan Hansen will be among those looking for success when the third stage of the Hyundai Archery World Cup season begins in Salt Lake City tomorrow.
Home favourite Michelle Li is seeded first for this week's Badminton World Federation (BWF) Canada Open in Calgary as the three-time women's singles champion looks to banish the memories of a surprise opening-round exit last year.
Sir Philip Craven, who served as the International Paralympic Committee's (IPC) President between 2001 and 2017, is "excited" to have become a board member of the Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC).