Opprobrium has been heaped upon the head of Amir Khan for the demeaning manner of his exit in his abortive challenge to the brilliant and unbeaten World Boxing Organisation (WBO) welterweight champion Terence Crawford on Saturday night in New York.
Basketball’s Rule Advisory Group meets to discuss standardisation and referee performance evaluation
Basketball’s Rule Advisory Group (RAG) has met in New York City to work on new proposals for changes to International Basketball Federation (FIBA) rules as they work towards standardising the game worldwide.
Robert Huber, the President of the American Football Association of Germany (AFVD), has accepted this month's Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) ruling that the International Federation of American Football (IFAF) based in New York City is the official world governing body for the sport.
International Chess Federation (FIDE) President Kirsan Ilyumzhinov will miss the World Chess Championship in New York City after he failed with his attempt to be allowed into the United States.
Kenya’s Mary Keitany claimed her third consecutive title at the New York City Marathon today to become the first woman to achieve the feat since Norwegian Grete Waitz’s five-year winning streak between 1982 and 1986.
Olympic gold medal-winning triathlete Jorgensen to make marathon debut as Keitany bids to defend New York City crown
Olympic gold medal-winning triathlete Gwen Jorgensen is set to make her marathon debut tomorrow in New York City, where Kenya’s Mary Keitany will be bidding to retain the women's title she has won for the past two years.
Rabat will become the first African city to host an International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Diamond League meeting after the event's General Assembly voted for the Moroccan capital to replace New York City in 2016.
Former FIFA vice-president unsuccessful in house arrest bid after pleading not guilty in corruption case
Former FIFA vice-president Alfredo Hawit has had his application to be placed under house arrest without bail rejected by a New York City judge, having pleaded not guilty earlier this week to 12 corruption charges in connection with the investigation into world football’s governing body.
Egypt enjoyed a double triumph at the J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions after Mohamed Elshorbagy and Nour El Sherbini won the men’s and women’s finals respectively at Grand Central Terminal in New York City.
Title holder Mohamed Elshorbagy moved through to the final of the men’s J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions after a commanding victory over France’s Mathieu Castagnet at Grand Central Terminal in New York City.
Egypt’s Nouran Gohar caused the upset of the day at the J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions at Grand Central Terminal in New York City after overcoming world number one Laura Massaro to secure a semi-final spot.
Egypt’s Raneem El Welily saw the defence of her J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions title come to an abrupt end after suffering a second-round defeat at the hands of the United States’ Amanda Sobhy at Grand Central Terminal in New York City.
Next year’s International Sports Federation for Persons with Intellectual Disability (Inas) World Cross Country Championships and World Tennis Championships have both been awarded to the United States, with New York and Bethany Beach, Delaware due to host the respective events.
José Maria Marin, former President of the Brazilian Football Confederation, has been extradited to the United States to face corruption charges.
The World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) demonstration team has continued its high-profile tour of North America by performing at the United States Military Academy’s Mess Hall in West Point, New York.