Hockey Canada adds Doug Armstrong, Steve Yzerman for worlds
Doug Armstrong will serve as Hockey Canada's general manager for the upcoming world championships, while Steve Yzerman and Shane Doan also have been added.
Track organizers ban transgender women from elite competitions
World Athletics has banned transgender women from elite competitions if they have gone through male puberty. The track and field governing body also lifted its doping sanctions against Russia, which remains excluded over the invasion of Ukraine.
Gymnastics watchdog posts new goals with eye on 2028 Games
Created to help protect athletes after the USA Gymnastics sexual abuse scandal, the sport's international investigations agency has set new safeguarding standards with a view to the 2028 Los Angeles Olympics.
Shoma Uno leads in title defense; Miura, Kihara win pairs
Defending champion Shoma Uno edged teen Ilia Malinin to lead the men's short program at the world figure skating championships, while Riku Miura and Ryuichi Kihara became the first skaters from Japan to win the pairs title.
Shooting World Cup: India bag silver, bronze in mixed team events
India have taken their medals tally in the competition to four, including one gold, a silver and two bronze.
Bach defends IOC's Russia stance amid pro-Ukraine protest
Thomas Bach defended the IOC's efforts to create a pathway for Russian and Belarusian athletes to return to competition in a speech in his home country of Germany that took place amid a pro-Ukraine protest.