Chinese long jumper Shi Yuhao believes the postponement of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics due to coronavirus will give him time to return to his best form.
The Autonomous University of Mexico State (UAEM) have been crowned as the winners of the University World Cup Football Team Challenge after a resounding win in the final of the digital event.
The Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) is encouraging Australians to set personal goals to achieve by Olympic Day on June 23.
The Czech Athletics Federation has held the first of its Back on the Track athletics meets, with double Olympic javelin champion Barbora Spotakova among the winners.
Olympic and world champion Alina Zagitova is set to return to training following an extended break from competitive figure skating.
Nicaragua's most famous baseball player, Dennis Martínez, has started a GoFundMe campaign to assist doctors and nurses in his homeland during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Colombian archer Sara López will donate her prize money from winning the World Games Athlete of the Month award to charities fighting the coronavirus crisis in her native country.
Canadian Para-snowboarder Matt Hamilton has quit the sport after he was given a four-year doping ban following a positive test for a prohibited substance.
Olympic and Paralympic sponsor Toyota has donated its last Formula One car to a charity auction in aid of COVID-19 patients and health care workers.
The Judokan Uruguay Association (AJU) has been approved as an affiliated member of the South American Judo Confederation.
The International Tennis Federation (ITF) and the organisers of the four Grand Slams have joined forces to pledge more than $300,000 (£239,000/€269,000) to wheelchair tennis.
The National Olympic Committee of Sri Lanka (NOCSL) is looking for social media ambassadors to be part of the celebrations for this year's Olympic Day.
Boccia England's Rainbow Cup has entered its final week, meaning it is the last chance for participants to be acknowledged on the top 20 leaderboard on social media.
Krasnoyarsk is set to host the Bandy World Cup later this year, the sport's global governing body has announced.
European Olympic Committee (EOC) President Janez Kocijančič has died aged 78 following a serious illness, it has been announced.