Boris Johnson has confirmed there will "effectively" be a diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympic Games, with no UK ministers or officials due to attend.
As a new Commonwealth sport LGBTQ+ network is launched on Rainbow Laces Day, Pride House Birmingham organisers are hoping to play their part at the 2022 Games.
Vince Macaulay and Justin Robinson believe the London Lions are proving they belong as the first BBL team in history compete in the second round of the Europe Cup.
Pool legend Earl Strickland has been ruled out of this year's Mosconi Cup at Alexandra Palace due to possible exposure to COVID-19 on his flight to London.
Shaun Murphy narrowly avoided another major upset as he edged past three-time women's world champion Ng On-Yee in the opening round of the Scottish Open in Llandudno.
The US government will not send an official delegation to the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing in objection to China's practices on human rights.
Zhao Xintong completed a convincing 10-5 win over Luca Brecel to claim the UK Championship crown in York.
Adam Gemili and Laviai Nielsen have been removed from UK Athletics' World Class Programme after staying with US coach Rana Reider
Mosconi Cup MVP Jayson Shaw claims the selection of legendary pool star Earl Strickland for Team USA is a mistake, although he still expects "fireworks" from the veteran.
Three-time Paralympic medalist Lucy Shuker discusses her achievements in wheelchair tennis and much more in a Sky Sports exclusive.
Molly McCann discusses her pride at being a Stonewall Sport Champion supporting Rainbow Laces, her UFC ambitions, and her beloved Everton.
Emma Raducanu has been named Sunday Times Sportswoman of the Year following her historic triumph at the 2021 US Open.
"Conor will probably come back won’t he?" Actor Blake Harrison speaks about how he became interested in MMA and a potential comeback for Conor McGregor.
Round-up of the week's BBL action as Kofi Josephs' sparkling form came to no avail for the Plymouth City Patriots and the Manchester Giants edged an overtime thriller.
Shaun Murphy was unhappy following his UK Open exit, stating his victor Si Jiahu should not be in the tournament.