Olympic boxer Jonas turns professional
London 2012 Olympian Natasha Jonas has signed promotional terms with Matchroom Boxing and will make her professional debut on Friday in Newcastle.
McDonald's terminates Olympic sponsor deal
McDonald's, an Olympic sponsor since 1976, has terminated its top-tier Olympic sponsorship deal three years early.
Varnish: I am no trouble-maker
British cyclist Jess Varnish has hit out at the newly-published report on claims of bullying and discrimination within Team GB.
British Cycling and Sutton criticised
The much-delayed report into claims of bullying and discrimination with the Great Britain cycling team has been released.
Weir: Pressure drove me to depression
Six-time Paralympic champion David Weir has reflected on his fight with depression in the aftermath of the 2016 Rio Games.
British Canoeing braced for second probe
British sport is braced for another abuse scandal after British Canoeing and elite funding agency UK Sport confirmed they are about to launch a second investigation into serious allegations against a coach.
Brownlee brothers dominate World Triathlon in Leeds
Alistair Brownlee outgunned his younger brother Jonny to take the World Triathlon Series event in their hometown of Leeds.
Salute to a legend: Bolt wins final Jamaica race
Jamaican sprinter and eight-time gold medalist Usain Bolt ran his final race in his native country on Saturday night, easily topping the field with a time of 10:03 seconds.
2024 and 2028 Olympic hosts awarded at same time.
IOC President Thomas Bach has stated that the host cities for the next two Olympic Games will be announced at the same time.
Battle for the 2024 bid: How IOC's latest move affects Los Angeles, Paris
The IOC on Friday took another step toward simultaneously awarding two Summer Olympic bids, but it still plans to drag out the drama between Los Angeles and Paris regarding which of those cities will host first.
Carlesimo surprised by addition of 3-on-3 basketball to Olympics.
P.J. Carlesimo says as a basketball coach he's happy that the IOC had added 3-on-3 basketball to the 2020 Olympics.
IOC pushes plan to award Games to L.A., Paris
The IOC has formally pushed a plan that makes it seem certain that the next two Summer Games will be awarded to Los Angeles and Paris in September.
3-on-3 hoops added to 2020 Tokyo Olympics
The IOC has added 3-on-3 basketball as an Olympic event for the 2020 Tokyo Games.
Ainslie's British team fall to New Zealand
Sir Ben Ainslie's hopes of delivering a first America's Cup title to a British team ended in semifinal defeat to New Zealand.
LA Olympic leader leaves door open to 2028
LA 2024 chairman Casey Wasserman said bringing the 2024 Olympics to Los Angeles "has never been only about LA or 2024," another sign the city could be willing to host the 2028 Olympics and let Paris take the 2024 Games.
General Election 2017: How sport fits in
Sport has fallen down the political agenda in since its height in 2010 and the run-up to the London Olympics. Leo Spall compares and contrasts the main strategies outlined in party manifestos ahead of Thursday's UK General Election.
Paris versus Los Angeles: Fight for 2024 bid heats up
There is no love lost right now between Paris and Los Angeles as both cities fight to win over the hearts of the IOC for the 2024 Olympic bid. Here is why one city might have an edge as campaigning continues.
Farah wins 5,000 at Prefontaine; 100 to Baker
British distance specialist Mo Farah, who plans to retire from track races after the World Championships in August, won the 5,000 meters at the Prefontaine Classic.
Rutherford admits age is affecting performance
British long jump star Greg Rutherford is determined to add to his impressive collection of titles but knows his body is starting to fail him.
IAAF prez Coe: Sport can help Manchester heal
Sport can help Manchester's healing process by celebrating humanity following the arena attack, IAAF president Sebastian Coe said Friday after watching athletes competing in the city's streets.
Bolt: This season is for the fans.
8-time Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt sits down with ESPN to discuss his final season of competitive sprinting and the role the fans have played throughout his career.
Rio champ Chalmers to have heart surgery
Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers has pulled out of July's world swimming championships and is to undergo surgery for a heart condition.
Olympic discus thrower Roles dies aged 39
Discus thrower Philippa Roles has died at the age of 39, UK Athletics has announced.
Phelps: No plans to return to competition
Michael Phelps said Saturday that he's happy with his retirement decision and has no plans to return to competition for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Russia anti-doping agency ready to take first steps toward credibility
The World Anti-Doping Agency is giving Russia room to continue its road back to compliancy. The world deserves to be wary as to whether RUSADA stays on track, Bonnie D. Ford writes.
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