“Seconds Out!” is probably the most familiar phrase in boxing, but there are many in the dark old trade now thinking it should be “Seconds In!”.
Mike Rowbottom: Coe cites 51,000 reasons why the Russian Athletics Federation return is still a marathon rather than a sprint
Russia's two-time Olympic pole vault champion Yelena Isinbayeva is reportedly hoping the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) will lift the country's suspension before the World Athletics Championships in Doha.
"You're joking. Not another one."
Having only written about the Iranian ban on women entering football stadiums two weeks ago, I was not expecting to get back to the topic so soon.
Next week, New Zealand begin their Rugby World Cup defence in Japan. The All Blacks have won the William Webb Ellis trophy three times since its inception in 1987, and are renowned throughout the world as the kings of rugby union.
Liam Morgan: IOC meeting with Australia indicative of future Olympic bid processes as Queensland strengthens 2032 favourites tag
International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach's press conference after a meeting with a delegation from Australia this week would have been music to the ears of those hoping Queensland secures the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
What will John Bercow do with his spare time now he has decided to step down as Speaker of the House of Commons?
The late Sir Henry Cooper, Britain's most loved boxing figure, is finally to be honoured with a statue, a rarity among sporting personalities.
Tokyo 2020 is going to do many good things for the Japanese capital.
Michael Pavitt: Vuelta helicopter helping police marks latest incident of inadvertent aid from sport
The Vuelta a España provided an unlikely hand to Spanish police earlier last week when the Grand Tour cycling race helped uncover cannabis plants.
Nancy Gillen: Will the World Championships provide AIBA with the positive headlines it is desperate for?
Boxers are currently congregating here in the Russian city of Yekaterinburg, located just over 1,000 miles east of Moscow, for an ultimate showdown.
Nominations for candidates for the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Athletes’ Commission close on Monday (September 9).
International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) President Vladimir Lisin will be hoping it is second time lucky when the General Assembly votes on a proposed new constitution in December.
Luciano Rossi's appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) over last year's Presidential election (which he narrowly lost), has drawn my attention to a rarely discussed aspect of the democratic process on Planet Sport: proxy voting.
For centuries, London's East End has been notorious as a cesspit of crime, so it was no wonder that eyebrows were raised when the seediest part of the capital was nominated to host the 2012 Olympic Games.