The 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games have been rescheduled to start on July 23, 2021 after being postponed due to coronavirus, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has confirmed.
Dillian Whyte and Derek Chisora's fights have been rescheduled after the British Boxing Board of Control suspended all events in May due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Harry Kane has spoken about his frustration at so far failing to win trophies with Tottenham - and says he is prepared to leave if the team does not progress.
Tokyo 2020 organising committee president Yoshiro Mori expects the new date for the postponed Olympic Games to be decided this week.
Promoter Eddie Hearn admits he was "appalled" by Billy Joe Saunders for releasing an "idiotic" video which appeared to condone domestic violence.
Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud says he did all he could to move away from Stamford Bridge in January, but has quickly moved on from the disappointment of not being able to leave.
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Mercedes have helped produce a breathing aid that can help keep Covid-19 patients out of intensive care as part of F1's newly-launched Project Pitlane.
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Manchester City midfielder Ilkay Gundogan would be "okay" with runaway Premier League leaders Liverpool being awarded the title if the season was not completed because of coronavirus.
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The rescheduling of the Tokyo Olympic Games could result in sporting organisations working closer with athletes to enable them to participate at their peak, according to the chief executive of the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF).
England captain Heather Knight told the Sky Sports Cricket Podcast she is hopeful the success of the T20 World Cup final will continue in the women's game, which she says is strengthening all the time.
Juventus players and coaching staff have agreed to take a wage cut for the next four months amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto says F1 teams are open to extending the 2020 season into January to form a "more complete championship" after the start of the campaign was put on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Xavi believes he is ready to manage Barcelona but insists there cannot be any "toxicity" in the dressing room.
Kell Brook says Terence Crawford is "on the same page" to agree a fight - and believes the pound-for-pound star could travel to Britain to defend WBO belt.
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Ben Stokes says England's Test team already have their eyes set on the Ashes tour of Australia in 2021/22, despite the series still being some 18 months away.
Manchester City's Etihad Stadium will be partially taken over by the NHS to help in the fight against coronavirus
Marcus Rashford says he feels "10 times better" than he did at the beginning of the month as the Manchester United forward edges closer towards returning to full fitness.
Derek Chisora's lonely ring-walk for his sole world championship fight came amid deafening boos and merciless heckling, a stranger in a strange land.
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Hearts owner Ann Budge has written a letter to the club's players telling them their wages could be suspended from March 31 if they do not accept a 50 per cent wage cut amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Spain remains in a "state of alarm", activated by the prime minister Pedro Sanchez a fortnight ago.
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Chelsea boss Frank Lampard says it is hard for players to stay focused and motivated during the coronavirus pandemic with no concrete timetable to when football will return.
Joseph Parker has vowed to “throw more punches” if he shares a ring with Anthony Joshua again – but insists Tyson Fury is the No 1 heavyweight.
Leading sporting figures are supporting an NHS campaign which will use social media messages to urge fans to stay home to help beat the coronavirus.
Some "difficult decisions" will need to be taken in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, the Premier League, EFL and Professional Footballers' Association have warned.
The seven UK-based Formula 1 teams have launched 'Project Pitlane' to help with the production of ventilator equipment in the fight against coronavirus.
Stoke have fined James McClean two weeks' wages over what the club has described as 'an inappropriate social media post'.
Manchester United say they support the ambition of English football's governing bodies to try to complete the Premier League, FA Cup and UEFA competition seasons, amid the disruption caused by coronavirus.
Arsenal head coach Mikel Arteta has pleaded with the public to help the NHS by staying at home after confirming that he is feeling "completely recovered" following a positive test for the coronavirus.
Sri Lanka made an impressive start to the second Virtual Test in Colombo as England's spinners failed to exercise the desired control on the first day.
All athletes who had qualified for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics will keep their spots for the Games next year following their postponement due to the coronavirus pandemic, says the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
This unprecedented time of self-isolation, social distancing and lockdown will prove to be a stern test of habit.
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The FA faces the threat of legal action after deciding to expunge results for the 2019-20 season for non-League divisions below the National League and National League North and South.
David Beckham was among the sports stars who joined the country for a #ClapForOurCarers round of applause to show their appreciation to NHS workers.
The FA has announced results for the 2019/20 season will be expunged for non-League divisions below the National League and National Leagues North and South.
Manchester United loanee Odion Ighalo has been offered a two-year contract extension worth more than £400,000 per week by his parent club Shanghai Shenhua.
England seamer James Anderson says he would be willing to play in The Hundred and Vitality Blast this summer if that was the only competitive cricket being staged.
England head coach Eddie Jones will take a pay cut of more than 25 per cent because of the coronavirus crisis.
A Brighton player has tested positive for coronavirus, the club's chief executive Paul Barber has confirmed.
Current contracts for players and coaches should be extended until the end of the delayed domestic football seasons, according to an internal FIFA document presented to its coronavirus working group.
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Leeds United's players, coaching staff and senior management team have volunteered to take a wage deferral "for the foreseeable future".
Gary Neville reveals Cristiano Ronaldo called his pitch at Valencia "a disgrace" after he failed to water or cut the grass ahead of their clash with Real Madrid.
Rory McIlroy has not touched a golf club for two weeks. Instead, the world No 1 is enjoying some unexpected free time at home, but still dreaming about breaking his Masters duck when play resumes.
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Eddie Jones has been asked to accept a reduction in pay of over 25 per cent as the RFU tries to reduce costs in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
Anthony Joshua was surprised by Derek Chisora's brute strength in sparring and has new-found respect for Dillian Whyte, who twice overcame the British powerhouse.
England all-rounder Ben Stokes says he is gearing up for a return to the competitive arena in just three weeks with the Indian Premier League still scheduled to go ahead.
FIFA is considering changing the dates of this summer’s transfer window as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
England's Jos Buttler recalls the "incredible theatre and drama" of last year's Ashes summer, specifically Jofra Archer's battle with Steve Smith at Lord's on a 'lockdown' Sky Cricket Podcast.
Premier League stars including Arsenal's Hector Bellerin and Manchester United's Aaron Wan-Bissaka have launched #FootballUnited - a new initiative with the aim of raising £100,000 to help local communities through the coronavirus pandemic.
European football's leagues and competitions remain hopeful of finishing the season by June 30, following an opening round of talks this week.
Sky Sports News reporter James Cooper provides the latest on Manchester United's pursuit of Jude Bellingham, as well as assessing Paul Pogba's future and explaining how the club is helping amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Anthony Joshua's hopes for an undisputed world title clash this year could be over, as Tyson Fury's third fight with Deontay Wilder is set to be pushed back to October.
England number eight Billy Vunipola says he is "definitely staying" at Saracens and hopes to help the crisis-hit club secure an immediate return to the Premiership.
Brazil legend Pele has weighed in on the Cristiano Ronaldo versus Lionel Messi debate, but believes neither star compares to him.
IOC president Thomas Bach insists the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games will emerge from a "very dark tunnel" and was postponed to save lives.
Adam Peaty is one of a number of Team GB athletes who have spoken of their relief after the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games were postponed until 2021.
Leeds owner Andrea Radrizzani feels the impact of the coronavirus pandemic will prove an economic "disaster" for the club - but remains hopeful of securing promotion to the Premier League on the pitch.
Dillian Whyte says Deontay Wilder no longer deserves his reputation as a 'devastating puncher' and will regret his 'ridiculous' decision to enforce a third fight with Tyson Fury.
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has made a donation of €1m (£918,000) to help fight coronavirus in Spain.
Odion Ighalo's loan deal with Manchester United ends on May 31 and it will likely be extended to June 30 due to the shutdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
The 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games has been postponed by one year until 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Tom Brady is ready for a "different challenge" after making his huge move from the New England Patriots to Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
All sporting events in Ireland have been suspended following an announcement from the Irish Government.
Tottenham striker Harry Kane is closing in on a return to first-team training and expects to be ready for action when the Premier League resumes.
Robert Helenius is one win away from a world-title clash and 'The Nordic Nightmare' plans to rip away Anthony Joshua's belts on a 'Viking invasion' to Britain.
Boris Johnson has stunned millions of Britons with a momentous and tough lockdown announcement to tackle coronavirus, warning people to stay at home or face a fine.
Michael Ballack enjoyed a glittering career which included five domestic league titles, two Champions League finals and a World Cup runners-up medal. His one regret? Leaving Chelsea too soon.
The International Olympic Committee are in talks with the Japanese government and the Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee to postpone this summer's Games due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Golf's administrative bodies across the UK have all issued statements ordering golf courses to be temporarily closed to help combat the spread of the coronavirus.
UEFA has postponed the Champions League, Europa League and Women's Champions League finals with no new dates arranged.
Chelsea are interested in signing Declan Rice from West Ham.
Romelu Lukaku would have joined Juventus over Inter Milan in the summer if Paulo Dybala's switch to Manchester United had gone through, according to Lukaku's agent.
Formula 1 remain optimistic of holding a 15-18 race season in 2020 starting in the summer, according to its chairman Chase Carey.
Timo Werner's future has not yet been decided, says RB Leipzig's sporting director, despite strong speculation linking him with a move to Liverpool.
Eintracht Frankfurt defender Evan Ndicka is being monitored by Arsenal and Liverpool. His profile would make him an asset to any Premier League club, writes Ben Grounds.
The Azerbaijan GP has become the eighth Formula 1 race to be called off due to the coronavirus crisis.
Billy Joe Saunders says Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez has already reached his peak, but insists he is yet to produce his best performance as he awaits news on the world title fight.
Butch Harmon has backed Rory McIlroy to complete golf's Grand Slam at the Masters and would like to see the event rescheduled for later in the year if possible.
The British Boxing Board of Control has extended the suspension on boxing tournaments under its jurisdiction until the end of April.
Arsenal have cancelled plans to resume training on Tuesday, telling players to remain at home because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Formula 1 did stage a Bahrain GP on Sunday - but not as you know it - as the sport offered fans some entertaining Esports escape to fill the current live racing void.
It started with Sky F1's Johnny Herbert leaping from 16th to 1st by cutting the opening corner, it finished with McLaren ace Lando Norris being taken out by a popular sim-racing streamer.
Hearts captain Steven Naismith has agreed to take a 50 per cent wage cut to help the club during the coronavirus pandemic.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has given itself four weeks to decide whether or not to postpone this summer's Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged the British public to abide by social distancing, with some parks saying they will close if Government advice is not heeded.
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