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SportAccord has announced the cancellation of its 2020 World Sport & Business Summit after conceding that it cannot take place in Lausanne due to coronavirus situation in Switzerland

Fifa said it would not require football clubs to release players for international matches in March and April, and recommended the halting of internationals in that period

This year’s SportAccord World Sport & Business Summit will take place in the Swiss city of Lausanne after the event was removed from Beijing last week amid fears over the coronavirus outbreak in China.

SportAccord on Thursday confirmed that this year’s World Sport & Business Summit will not take place in Beijing due to the Novel Coronavirus outbreak in China, while Tokyo 2020 has reiterated that this s…

Tokyo 2020's organisers have dismissed reports that this summer's Olympics might be cancelled or postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak

Ekaterinburg in Russia has been announced as the host city of the 2021 edition of the World Sport & Business Summit as the country awaits a decision on a potential ban from staging competitions over a…

Former Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon has used his opening remarks to the SportAccord Summit in Gold Coast to say that sport can serve as an “overwhelming power for good in the world”.

In the second part of his interview, Raffaele Chiulli discusses the importance of new sports emerging to enliven the sporting landscape and GAISF's role in the process.

Raffaele Chiulli, president of the Global Association of International Sports Federations (GAISF) and SportAccord, reflects on the absence of this year's event but says the organisation is working to address…