Double Paralympian and World Championship bronze medallist Ellen Keane heads Ireland's team for the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Swimming European Open Championships in Funchal.
Former world number one James Willstrop has withdrawn from the upcoming El Gouna International in Egypt after suffering a viral infection that will keep him out of the final Professional Squash Association (PSA) World Series tournament of the season.
The 2017 SportAccord Convention will take place in Aarhus in Denmark, it was announced here today.
Former SportAccord President Marius Vizer called for International Federations to have a greater say in the selection of Olympic host cities here today to avoid a repeat of the problems dominating the build-up to this year's Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Francesco Ricci Bitti was unanimously re-elected President of the Association of Summer Olympic International Federations (ASOIF) here at today's General Assembly.
Gymnastics lead International Federations expressing concerns with Rio 2016 "reaching finishing line"
"Serious concerns" have been raised by the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) regarding the state of preparations for Rio 2016 - including a fear of power cuts at the venue.
Manufacturers of a leading meldonium brand are targeting next year for the drug to be removed from the list of World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) prohibited substances amid claims the organisation could be forced to act following the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
The 35 members of the Association of International Olympic Committee (IOC) Recognised Sports are set to have an increased presence at Rio 2016 and the preceding Session after being offered the chance to attend, insidethegames understands.
Call for mixed martial arts to be banned after death in Ireland but governing body blame WADA and SportAccord
Recognising mixed martial arts (MMA) would help make the sport safer and avoid tragic incidents like Portugal's Joao Carvalho, who was beaten to death at an event in Dublin earlier this month, it was claimed here today.
London 2017 chief executive Niels de Vos believes that the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Championships in the British capital will be a success despite the turmoil currently enveloping the sport - and claims that nothing else on the Olympic programme can match track and field.
Levels of preparation at the Rio 2016 venue are “not exactly where we want to be” ahead of rugby sevens’ Olympic debut, World Rugby head of competitions and performance Mark Egan warned here while insisting the governing body remain confident it will be delivered on time.
FIBA decision to throw countries out of EuroBasket 2017 needed to help protect integrity of Olympics, claims Hickey
A decision by the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) Europe to expel eight countries from EuroBasket 2017 has been supported by a senior Olympic official who claimed it needed to be done to help protect the integrity of sport.
The International Tennis Federation has banned Croatian umpire Denis Pitner from officiating for 10 years after he was found guilty of offences under their code of conduct for officials.
The World Curling Federation (WCF) has expressed their commitment to developing their existing broadcast partnerships with the USA Curling Association (USCA) and Champions Curling Tour.
Henrique Rodrigues and Thiago Pereira secured their places at a home Olympics today after finishing joint-first in the men’s 200 metres individual medley at the Rio 2016 swimming test event.