Day one of the inaugural World Test Championship final was a complete washout, with no play possible in Southampton.
Setubal offers open water swimmers a final chance to secure a place in the Tokyo 2020 10-kilometre marathon events, with 15 spots available apiece for men and women.
Britain’s Scott Brash topped the individual standings on the first day of the Global Champions Tour (GCT) event in Stockholm.
Zimbabwe's men began the rugby sevens Olympic repechage tournament with a convincing win against Mexico - although it was the only game played in Monaco today after Uganda were withdrawn following a coronavirus outbreak.
Three teqball clubs in Afghanistan have begun a tree-planting programme in the country’s capital Kabul as part of sustainability efforts.
South Africa's Manyonga, who fought drug addition to become world long jump champion, given four-year whereabouts ban
South Africa’s Luvo Manyonga, who overcame a crystal meth addiction before going on to win the 2017 long jump world title in London, has received a four-year ban for whereabouts failures.
World decathlon champion Kaul seeks to show Tokyo 2020 sharpness at World Athletics Challenge in Ratingen
Germany’s world decathlon champion Niklas Kaul will seek to confirm his place at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics as he takes part in the World Athletics Challenge Combined Events two-day meeting in Ratingen in his home country, which starts tomorrow.
Ski mountaineering is poised to make its Olympic debut at the Milan Cortina 2026 Games after being proposed for addition to the sport programme by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board.
The remaining quota places for the archery tournament at the delayed Tokyo 2020 Olympics are set to be determined over the next three days in Paris.
An application by organisers to allow fans at the 2021 Women's European Softball Championship in Italy from June 27 to July 3 is still being considered by regional and national authorities.
Japan's tennis world number two Naomi Osaka will not compete at Wimbledon but plans to return to court for her home Olympic Games in Tokyo.
World Sailing Ethics Commission asked to reconsider Andersen warning after former President's appeal
World Sailing's Ethics Commission has been asked to consider a decision made against the governing body’s former President Kim Andersen afresh, after the official partially succeeded in an appeal.
Fighting Films has continued its sponsorship of the European Judo Union (EJU) after saying it was not deterred by the uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Britain's European and former world champion James Cooke is among seven pentathletes elected by their peers to the newly-constituted International Modern Pentathlon Union (UIPM) Athletes' Committee.
Stockholm is set to serve as a host city and main venue when Sweden jointly hosts the 2025 International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) World Championship with Denmark.