Australia's largest collection of sporting memorabilia is set to go back on display next month when the Australian Sports Museum in Melbourne reopens following a AUD$17 million (£9 million/$11.5 million/€10.5 million) upgrade.
A late bidding war pushed the price of the baggy green cap being auctioned by cricket legend Shane Warne for bushfire relief funds to more than one million Australian dollars.
Huge bids have been made for the famous baggy green cap worn by Australian cricket legend Shane Warne, who is auctioning it to raise money for the country's bushfire crisis.
The manifesto which led to the revival of the Olympic Games more than 120 years ago has sold for a record $8,806,500 (£6,764,543/€7,916,191) at an auction in New York City.
Serena Williams' smashed racket from her infamous US Open final defeat by Naomi Osaka last year has been sold for $20,910 (£15,941/€18,756) at an auction.
One of the four gold medals that the legendary Jesse Owens won during the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin has sold for $615,000 (£468,000/€556,000) at auction.
Swissmint has announced it is dedicating a commemorative coin to Swiss tennis icon Roger Federer – the first living person to receive the honour.
The first Olympic medals won by a British black athlete sold at auction today for £8,000 ($10,300/€9,300) - nearly three times their original estimate.
One of the four gold medals that the legendary Jesse Owens won during the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin is up for auction.
Special stamps to mark next year's Winter Youth Olympic Games in Lausanne went on sale today in Switzerland.
FIFA Female Player of the Century Michelle Akers has sold the Olympic gold medal she won at Atlanta 1996 for $34,440 (£26,665/€31,300).
An Olympic Torch produced for the 1968 Winter Olympic Games in Grenoble has sold for $225,000 (£185,000/€205,000) at auction.
An Olympic Torch produced for the 1968 Winter Olympic Games in Grenoble is to be auctioned tomorrow with a reserve price of $180,000 (£150,000/€160,000).
The designs of two JPY¥500 (£3.86/$4.68/€4.22) commemorative coins celebrating next year's Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo have been selected.
Belarus freestyle skier Alexei Grishin has sold the Olympic gold medal he won in the aerials at Vancouver 2010 for $68,750 (£56,480/€61,631) to help pay for medical care for a friend.