Good news and bad for those preparing to run Monday’s 123rd Boston Marathon – forecasts predict the kind of heavy rain that characterised last year’s memorable racing but it won’t be so bitterly cold.
Umpires for the bowls tournament at this year's Pacific Games in Samoa have been trained following a two-day workshop in Apia.
Paralympic star Deepa Malik has been announced as the recipient of the New Zealand Prime Minister's Sir Edmund Hillary Fellowship for 2019.
United Arab Emirates National Olympic Committee (UAE NOC) has discussed preparations for the seventh School Olympics programme.
The Ghana Taekwondo Federation held a coaching course as part of its International Olympic Committee-funded Development of National Sports System (DNSS) programme.
The International Federation for Athletes with Intellectual Impairments (INAS) has welcomed the International Tennis Federation’s (ITF) endorsement of tennis competitions at the INAS Global Games in Brisbane.
Argentina’s success at the Blind Football World Grand Prix in Tokyo has propelled the nation to the top of the latest global standings.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach urged Athletes’ Commissions to make their opinions heard as the International Athletes’ Forum began in Lausanne, insisting they did not need others “who pretend to speak on your behalf”.
FIFA President Infantino vows to continue fight against racism after Amiens captain Gouano receives reported abuse
President Gianni Infantino insisted FIFA would "do everything in our power" to stamp out racism in football amid recent high-profile incidents.
Hansen re-elected as European Athletics President as Alexander becomes only second female vice-president in EA history
Svein Arne Hansen was re-elected unopposed for another four years as European Athletics (EA) President today as the 26th EA Congress in Prague voted in a record number of female Council members – including Britain’s Cherry Alexander, who became one of three vice-presidents.
Eric Favre, founder of Les Trois Chênes laboratories, has reportedly been arrested amid alleged trafficking of doping products.
Former Russian Bobsleigh Federation (RBF) President Georgy Bedzhamov has had £1.3 billion ($1.7 billion/€1.5 billion) in assets frozen by the High Court in London.
Tokyo 2020 has unveiled the official sport pictograms for the Paralympic Games with 500 days to go until the Opening Ceremony.
Tokyo 2020 has finalised plans to set up public viewing venues in the Japanese city and areas devastated by earthquakes during next year's Olympic and Paralympic Games.
International Paralympic Committee (IPC) President Andrew Parsons has claimed the Paralympic Games is already having an impact on Japanese society, with 500 days to go until the Opening Ceremony.