Switzerland's Roger Federer won the Wimbledon tennis championships for the eighth time by defeating Croatia's Marin Cilic.
Russian tennis players Elena Vesnina and Ekaterina Makarova have won the first Wimbledon’s women double final in their careers on Sunday.
The decree, published by the Kremlin, amended the regulations on providing presidential grants to athletes, instructors and other experts of the Russian national teams in sports disciplines included in the programs of the Olympic Games, Paralympic Games and Deaflympics.
Ukraine’s national football team will not experience any problems at the 2018 FIFA World Cup hosted by Russia if it qualifies for the championship, Russia’s Deputy Prime Minister Vitaly Mutko said Friday.
As 2017's Wimbledon Championships heat up, UK food delivery service HungryHouse has courted food art guru Prudence Staite to serve up a scintillating series of dishes that recreate top tennis stars to a fault.
English tennis fans are hoping Johanna Konta can become the first British female champion at Wimbledon since 1977. Konta defeated the tournament’s second seed Simona Halep to reach the semi-finals, which will take place on Thursday, July 13.
The Russian lower chamber of parliament ratified a Council of Europe Convention on an Integrated Safety, Security and Service Approach at Football Matches and Other Sports Events on Wednesday.
There may be no British Grand Prix in 2019 after the Silverstone racetrack pulled out in a row over money. But Formula 1 bosses may instead opt for a street race like the Monte Carlo Grand Prix.
Manchester United have agreed to buy Belgian footballer Romelu Lukaku for £75 million (US$97 million) and he has passed a medical over the weekend. It is quite a turnaround for United manager Jose Mourinho who sold him in 2014 when he was Chelsea manager.
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed an order approving a set of measures to combat the use of doping in Russian sports, a relevant document was published on the government website.
The IAAF Doping Review Board agreed the applications of 16 Russian athletes for participation in international competitions under the neutral flag, according to press service.
Former President of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and member of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Dick Pound called on FIFA to launch an independent investigation into the alleged use of doping by Russian football players, media reported on Sunday.
Chinese soccer could benefit from deep ties with Germany in the sport in recent years, but China needs to find a way of adapting the knowledge to domestic conditions, said experts.
The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) offered apologies to the athletes after their personal and medical data became public as a result of a cyberattack by Fancy Bears hacking group, according to official statement.
The Federal Supreme Court of Switzerland rejected the claim of former footballer and ex-UEFA head Michel Platini against ban prohibiting him from any football-related activities for four years.
The hacking group known as Fancy Bears has released a fresh trove of documents related to alleged doping practices by star track and field athletes. The docs, including emails and reports related to ongoing investigations, reveal government involvement in trying to play down violations, as well as patronage for athletes depending on their country.
Russia is ready to host the 2018 FIFA World Cup, set to be held in 11 Russian cities, at a high level, Israel Marquez, the Mexican Football Federation communications manager, told Sputnik Wednesday.
South Korean Prime Minister Lee Nak-yon on Wednesday invited North Korea to take part in the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games despite tensions over North Korea’s recent missile test.
Spanish football club Barcelona announced on Wednesday that an agreement has been reached with Argentine forward Lionel Messi for contract prolongation until 2021.
Russia will remove its power facilities from remote control during the 2018 FIFA World Cup to protect them from cyberattacks, Russian Deputy Energy Minister Andrei Cherezov told reporters on Monday.
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