The United States' track and field team has cancelled its pre-Tokyo 2020 Olympics training camp in Japan over COVID-19 concerns.
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The International Luge Federation (FIL) uniforms for the 2021-2022 Winter Olympic season have been chosen.
Hosts Switzerland will be targeting gold when the first sprint-focused European Orienteering Championships in the history of the sport start in Neuchâtel tomorrow, with spectators absent due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Twenty athletes are due to take part in the latest Ready Steady Tokyo test for the Olympics tomorrow, this time in skateboarding.
France’s Guillaume Gailly earned one of the outstanding results on the second day of action in the Spanish Para Badminton International - the final Paralympic qualification event - in Cartagena.
New Zealand’s Andy Maloney lost and then regained his lead on a dramatic final day of racing in Porto to secure a first victory in the Finn Gold Cup, thus becoming the class world champion.
Construction continues on the 2.25-mile automated people mover (APM) service that will be the centrepiece of the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) modernisation programme due to be completed ahead of the 2028 Olympics and Paralympics.
Brazil takes up IOC offer and will immunise all Tokyo 2020 athletes, officials and media against COVID-19
The Brazilian Olympic Committee (COB) will begin immunising all its Tokyo 2020 athletes. officials and participating media against COVID-19 from May 14 having taken up the offer of vaccine from the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
FIFA President Infantino hails "significant progress" in reforms to workers’ welfare ahead of Qatar 2022 World Cup
FIFA President Gianni Infantino invited participating member associations and confederations to recognise the "significant progress" made in Qatar during an online discussion of workers’ welfare reforms and broader human rights in connection to the country’s hosting of the FIFA World Cup 2022.
New dates have been confirmed for the postponed Rugby World Cup (RWC) 2021 in New Zealand, which will now take place from October 8 to November 12 next year in Auckland and Whangārei.
Former Singapore Athletics (SA) executive director Malik Aljunied has been appointed acting chief executive of the Singapore Taekwondo Federation (STF), which is working to undo its current suspension by World Taekwondo (WT) and the Singapore National Olympic Council (SNOC).
Former Palma de Mallorca professional footballer Ruben Nova Fernandez was among several new Para badminton players making their international debuts today as the Spanish Para Badminton International - the final Paralympic qualifying event - started in Cartagena.
Two Asian records were broken as 120 Japanese Para athletes followed their Olympic team mates into the renovated National Stadium for their own Ready Steady Tokyo test event ahead of the Paralympics that are due to open on August 24.
New Zealand’s Andy Maloney stretched his lead to five points at the Finn Gold Cup after three races were completed in Porto today following two days of inactivity due to bad weather.
The Bahrain Paralympic Committee (BPC) has signed a strategic cooperation agreement with the United Nations (UN) Development Programme’s office in the country.