Cycling’s Hammer Series will head to Asia later this year through the formation of a new event in Hong Kong.
French Ligue 1 football club Paris Saint-Germain has partnered with Asian sports marketing agency Desports in a move designed to further its global development.
The International Cycling Union (UCI) has announced that six locations will stage legs of its Track Cycling World Cup in 2018-19, with only Milton in Canada returning as a host destination from last season.
Hong Kong will host the 2022 edition of the Gay Games, becoming the first Asian city to stage the sports and cultural event.
Fina, the global governing body of aquatic sports, has announced that four destinations will contend hosting rights for the 2022 and 2024 editions of its World Swimming Championships (25m) events.
Hong Kong’s Mega Events Fund, which provides financial support to a number of leading sports events in the Asian territory, is set to be discontinued next year.
A lucrative new table tennis league for the Asia-Pacific region will launch next year, it has been confirmed.
The International Golf Federation (IGF) has announced that Hong Kong will host the sport’s 2020 World Amateur Team Championships.
The Hong Kong Cricket Association (HKCA) has announced that its Hong Kong Sixes tournament will return next year, with the national team competition having last been staged in 2012.
Sailing’s Volvo Ocean Race will travel to Hong Kong for the first time in 2018, it has been confirmed.