The Association of Summer Olympic International Federations' (ASOIF) "Future of Global Sport" report published earlier this week should have had International Federations (IFs) shifting rather uncomfortably in their seats.
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Since I retired from competitive sport in 2016, I have gained a real sense of perspective and when I look back on my sporting life, I can see how fortunate I was to have been able to call-upon so much support throughout my career.
This week the cricketers of the West Indies fell only 29 runs short of a remarkable one day international victory against England in Grenada.
The last time Glasgow hosted the European Athletics Indoor Championships - the 35th version of which is due get underway here tomorrow - the event was opened by the Duke of Edinburgh.
I had time on my hands this week, so I jumped in my time-machine and landed in the middle of the 2031 Athletics World Championships in Tokyo.
Scouting around for something vaguely sporting to occupy my increasingly spare time in my dotage, especially since sadly my wonderful lady of 54 years has passed away, I came across a bulletin from my local borough council in southern England detailing activities for the elderly.
Liam Morgan: esports is coming to the Olympics after all as Paris 2024 reveal ideas to improve fan engagement
Following much debate and discussion in recent months, esports will be a part of the Olympic Games after all. Well, sort of.
At times recently the world has appeared to be on fast forward, with everyone struggling to keep pace with events.
Duncan Mackay: AIBA have produced 4,000 sheets of paper for IOC inquiry - but only one piece of paper matters and they don't have it
Spread out on a large conference table in a room of the headquarters of the International Boxing Association (AIBA) in the Maison du Sport International located on the banks of Lake Geneva in Lausanne earlier this week were 4,000 pieces of paper, all neatly filed in piles marked under numbers from 1 to 41.
The Winter Universiade in Krasnoyarsk next month will begin the 60-year anniversary celebrations of global Games organised by the International University Sports Federation (FISU). But the seeds of international student sport were sown 100 years ago.
Liam Morgan: New athlete-led group has plenty of questions to answer before it can live up to its promises
An athlete group hailed as revolutionary by those behind it was launched to much fanfare last week amid what it claims is an "unprecedented uprising" from competitors who have grown tiresome of the status quo and the way the sporting world operates.
Will Brexit Britain decide to maintain, or perhaps even to redouble, the country’s extraordinarily successful assault on the Olympic and Paralympic Games medals tables?
Safe as the Banks of England. That’s what they used to say about the nation’s greatest-ever goalkeeper.
The outstanding athletics performance of an outstanding weekend of indoor action came at the Müller Indoor Grand Prix in Birmingham on Saturday (February 16) as Ethiopia’s Samuel Tefera broke the world indoor 1500 metres record set by Morocco’s Hicham El Guerrouj in 1997.
Michael Pavitt: Absent stars and an ongoing dispute - the curious case of the FIBA World Cup qualifiers
The final 14 qualifiers to the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) World Cup are set to be decided over the next week, with 26 nations still in contention for places at this summer’s spectacle in China.