Lebanon

Formula E chief executive Alejandro Agag has said the electric car-racing series is in talks over holding new races in Beirut, Cairo and Doha, along with returning to China.

The Infront Sports & Media agency has confirmed details of the inaugural season of the Asian Premier Marathons (APM) series, which it has established in partnership with the Asian Athletics Association (AAA).

The Asian division of the International Basketball Federation (Fiba) has announced that the Lebanese capital of Beirut and the Indian city of Bengaluru will host the inaugural editions of new national team tournaments.

Ali Sabbagh, a Lebanese football referee who fixed matches for free sexual services, was sentenced to six months in jail for corruption in Singapore

FIFA has suspended eight Estonian footballers and has handed a lifetime ban to a Lebanese player following their involvement in match-fixing.

With more than 2 months to go before the opening of SPORTELMonaco 2006, exhibitors have committed to more than 85% of the expanded floor space in the Grimaldi Forum.

Gulf Air has extended its title sponsorship of Formula One's Bahrain Grand Prix until 2010, following a deal with Allsport Management.

Real Madrid footballer Luis Figo is one of the owners of the Portuguese motor racing team which will compete in the new A1 Grand Prix series.

Rugby League’s European Nations Cup will be staged for the third successive year this autumn.

The 2005 NBA All-Star events will be televised in 214 countries in 45 languages via 97 international telecasters.

Australian Alan Jones has become the second ex-Formula One world champion to link up with the new A1 Grand Prix series.

Australian Alan Jones has become the second ex-Formula One world champion to link up with the new A1 Grand Prix series.

The Lebanese Rugby League is set to host the Mediterranean Cup next month, from October 2 to 9 in Tripoli, north Lebanon.

Japanese giant Dentsu has bought a 30 percent equity stake in Asian marketing company the World Sport Group (WSG).

Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone intends to make dramatic changes to the Formula One venue calendar for the 2004 season.

Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone intends to make dramatic changes to the Formula One venue calendar for the 2004 season.

South Korea's Cheju island, one of the venues for this summer's World Cup venue, wants to host Mike Tyson's heavyweight showdown with world champion Lennox Lewis.