Who Do You Love?

As circuses go, this one is most excellent. The question: who will be the next ringleader and where is the next tent to be...

NHL Unlikely to “Pay for Privilege of Disrupting Season” and Cover Costs to Attend...

Commissioner Gary Bettman claims there is little chance of the National Hockey League (NHL) "paying for the privilege of disrupting its season" and covering...

Los Angeles 2028 Praised After IOC and IPC Visit

By Liam Morgan | Los Angeles 2028's preparations for the Olympic and Paralympic Games have been praised following a visit to the American city from...

IAAF Confirm Schwazer Provisional Suspension After B-sample Comes Back Positive

Italian race walker Alex Schwazer has been provisionally suspended by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) after his B-sample came back positive. The 2008...

World Boxing Council Threaten to Ban Fighters for Two Years if They Compete at...

Professional fighters ranked in the top 15 of the World Boxing Council (WBC) ratings face a two-year ban if they compete at this year's...

Donna de Varona Wins Theodore Roosevelt Meritorious Achievement Award from the United States Sports...

Donna de Varona – an Olympic swimmer, Emmy-winning television sportscaster and tireless advocate for women in sports – has been named the winner of...

Pound and Sealy given top recognition in New Year’s Honours lists

Richard Pound and Austin Sealy, two of the International Olympic Committee (IOC)'s longest-serving members, have both been recognized in New Year's Honours lists. The...

Windsor is First Indigenous Athlete to Represent Australia at Winter Olympics

Harley Windsor is set to become the first indigenous athlete to represent Australia at the Winter Olympic Games after he was one of four...

Skateboarding warned they need to work together if they want to be included on...

A key stage in the Tokyo 2020 sport inclusion process took place today with a first meeting of the International Olympic Committee's (IOC) Programme...

IOC Concerned after Pyeongchang 2018 Reveals Less than 23 Percent of Tickets Sold

Only 22.7 percent of tickets available for next year's Winter Olympic Games have been purchased so far with little more than five months to...

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