Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta said that he was shocked to learn of his former club Manchester City’s two-year UEFA ban from European competition, adding that he just wanted the best for his old team and their head coach Pep Guardiola.
Russia faces four-year Olympic ban for flouting anti-doping rules; country's officials call it unfair and malicious
Russia could be hit with a four-year Olympic ban on Monday for flouting anti-doping rules, a punishment local officials have said would be unfair and part of a malicious Western attempt to destroy sport in the country.
Five Russian weightlifters including 2012 Olympics silver medallist provisionally suspended after Moscow dope lab analysis
Five Russian weightlifters, including a 2012 Olympic bronze medallist, have been provisionally suspended after doping tests on samples recovered from the Moscow lab, the International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) said on Tuesday.
World Archery appoints Abhinav Bindra as 'independent person' in selection panel to pick Indian team for World Youth Championship
The World Archery WA appointed celebrated shooter Abhinav Bindra as an independent person in a selection panel which will pick Indian team for the World Youth Championship, to be held in Madrid in August.
Premier League: Britain's richest man Jim Ratcliffe refuses to rule out potential Chelsea bid, says he isn't in a 'desperate hurry'
66-year-old Jim Ratcliffe has been linked with a bid to take over from Abramovich at Chelsea after the Russian reportedly took a more hands-off role in Stamford Bridge business this season
South Korea also proposed that athletes from the two Koreas march together at the Games' opening ceremony.
The YouTube agreement will supplement coverage being provided to over 150 countries through existing broadcast partners.
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said on Thursday the government is monitoring the progress of Swiss national Quentin Jeremy Clerc, who along with his friend Marie Droz, was admitted to a hospital here after being attacked by four youths in Agra's Fatehpur Sikri.
The young Swiss couple, who was attacked in Agra's Fatehpur Sikri by a group of youths, is on the way to recovery, said their doctors.
If Mary Kom is selected for the tournament after trials later this month, her participation at the IOC event would become uncertain.
AIBA's executive committee meeting in Moscow last week passed the no confidence motion, claiming that the body was on the brink of bankruptcy.
International Olympic Committee bosses backed a plan to award both 2024 and 2028 Games together, with the recommendation expected to be backed by a vote on Tuesday.
Hockey India's decision can have an impact on the Olympic qualifying hopes of the men's and women's teams as the Pro League is one of FIH's main qualifying tournaments for the Tokyo Games.
Real Madrid can buy new players in next summer's transfer window after sport's highest court on Tuesday halved their initial two-window ban imposed by Fifa.
Olympics-bound rifle shooter Chain Singh to be released from hospital after pulmonary embolism, pneumonia threat
India rifle shooter Chain Singh, who was hospitalised after being diagnosed with pulmonary embolism and pneumonia, is set to be discharged from the hospital
US President Barack Obama still faces a formidable task in preventing a skeptical Congress from sabotaging a nuclear pact with Iran and keeping talks from collapsing over the fine print, despite achieving a surprisingly detailed initial agreement that he hailed as "historic."
Iran and six world powers have agreed on the outlines of an understanding to limit Iran's nuclear programs, negotiators indicated Thursday, as both sides prepared for announcements.
Deepika Kumari has three silvers in the Archery World Cup so far.