Former IOC vice president, Australian Kevan Gosper, says the United Nations might be the place to decide the fate of the Tokyo Olympics.
Health Minister Greg Hunt is investigating concerns in Norway over the Pfizer vaccine after some elderly people died after being inoculated.
Desperate to see the Nutri-Grain Ironman and Ironwoman series go ahead, organisers have opted to hold it exclusively in Kingscliff over two weekends.
Allan Border, Adam Gilchrist and Justin Langer agree that Test cricket's rules regarding rain delays and resumptions should be reviewed.
Mohamed Salah says Liverpool can't afford to be distracted by concerns over injuries as they face a key match with Man Utd in their EPL title defence.
Liam Livingstone has returned to form at the right time for the Perth Scorchers, as the race for Big Bash finals spots goes into the last matches.
The Premier League is set to play out the season without fans, concedes its chief executive, who thinks clubs' players should rehearse safe celebrations.
A German doctor Mark Schmidt has been jailed for four years 10 months after a trial which heard he headed an international doping ring in winter sports.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic reckons he has not yet finished his job of helping Milan move back to where they belong in Europe, so could play on beyond his 40th birthday.
The England and Wales Cricket Board insists it is "not concerned" about two positive cases of Covid-19 in their team hotel in Galle.
Switzerland's Supreme Court says tweets by one of the Court of Arbitration for Sport judges in the Sun Yang doping case exhibited possible bias against Chinese.
Thangarasu Natarajan missed his daughter's birth to tour as a net bowler, but on Friday became the first Indian to debut in all three formats on the same tour.
Ukrainian tennis star Dayana Yastremska has sparked controversy by being allowed to board a chartered flight to Australia for next month's Australian Open.
Japan will impose a ban on foreign athletes from entering the country until February 7 because of the escalating coronavirus pandemic, according to a report.
Surfers Brisa Hennessy and Michel Bourez are preparing to make their Olympic debut in Tokyo and have refused to let the pandemic get the better of them.
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard says it's difficult to 'dictate emotion' and stop Premier League footballers from hugging during celebrations amid the pandemic.
The World Anti-Doping Agency says it's disappointed Russia's ban was cut to two years and that the decision was not comprehensively explained.
England offspinner Dom Bess has taken a career-best 5-30 to have injury-hit Sri Lanka bowled out for 135 inside the first two sessions of the first Test.
A Japanese cabinet minister has raised doubts about the postponed Tokyo Olympics going ahead amid a rise in coronavirus infections in the host city.