Taiwan's world boxing chief president Ching-kuo Wu will run for International Olympic Committee president.
Jack Burnell was the star of the show as a Great Britain contingent descended on the Portuguese Open Water Nationals.
Race walker Johanna Jackson is in no hurry to get back to the track.
Puerto Rican banker Richard Carrion launched his bid for the presidency of the IOC on Wednesday
The Court of Arbitration for Sport has rejected Japanese Koji Murofushi's appeal after his election to the IOC was blocked.
Jessica Ennis will open her 2013 season at Edinburgh's Meadowbank Sports Centre on 8 June.
Zhang Jike sealed a hat-trick of major titles when he beat Wang Hao 4-2 in the men's final of the world championships.
Chris Mears recorded his best Diving World Series placing and highest score in the 3m springboard in Guadalajara, Mexico.
The president of the Russian Wrestling Federation is to appeal to the IOC over the sport's exclusion from the Olympic Games.
London Olympian Louisa Sawers claimed her second Canoe Sprint World Cup medal of the month in Racice, Czech Republic.
Tom Daley has failed to recover in time from an elbow injury ahead of the FINA World Series event in Guadalajara.
Wrestling has introduced drastic changes designed to keep the ancient sport in the Olympic programme.
Denmark's 1996 Olympic gold medallist Poul-Erik Hoyer Larsen is the new president of badminton's world governing body.
Ian Coley MBE has announced that he is retiring from his role as double trap coach for British Shooting.
AIBA President CK Wu has decided to run for the post of the president of the International Olympic Committee, a source said.
British pair Tonia Couch and Sarah Barrow claimed their second international medal of the season in Mexico.
Singapore's Ser Miang Ng officially launched his bid for the presidency of the International Olympic Committee on Thursday.
Olympic gold medallist Luke Campbell will make his eagerly awaited professional debut at Craven Park in Hull on July 13.
Campbell kicks off
India has assured the IOC of the Olympic movement's autonomy in the country in a first step towards mending relations.
Singapore's Ng Ser Miang is expected to announce a bid for the International Olympic Committee presidency on Thursday.