Lewis Hamilton has asked the question "what's next?" in the fight for equality into 2021 as "change is still needed".
Football needs to explore why black players are frustrated, says Darren Lewis who believes Wilfried Zaha has been misunderstood over taking a knee.
Bournemouth players will stop taking a knee before their games, as they believe the gesture has "run its course" in the fight against racism and discrimination.
QPR boss Mark Warburton says he understands the decision taken by Brentford players to no longer take a knee before games.
Anthony Watson has hit back at critics on social media objecting to England players taking a knee before last Saturday's Six Nations defeat by Scotland.
English football bodies have come together to send an open letter to Facebook and Twitter amid increased levels of abuse aimed at footballers on social media.
Sporting Equals have launched a panel to hold to account publicly funded sporting organisations over their Black Lives Matter-inspired pledges.
Racism in football is bigger problem than abusive messages seen on social media, says Facebook Content Policy Manager Fadzai Madzingira.
Everton, Liverpool, Man City and Man Utd have issued a joint statement condemning the racist abuse endured by multiple professional footballers in recent weeks.
New F1 boss Stefano Domenicali has further explained how the sport's drivers can act as role models and use their platform to highlight important issues.
Ralph Hasenhuttl insists his players remain upbeat despite being thrashed 9-0 by Manchester United on Tuesday night.
US gymnast Nia Dennis' floor routine celebrating "black excellence" has gone viral.
Tennis stars Naomi Osaka and Coco Gauff have been "great young leaders" during a difficult time of a global pandemic, believes Pam Shriver.
Junior Stanislas wants people to be held accountable for their actions online after he was subjected to racist slurs on Twitter.