Tennis Australia chief executive Craig Tiley has confirmed that Brisbane will be one of the host cities for the World Team Cup, which is set to return to the men’s calendar in 2020.
Netball New Zealand has submitted a bid to stage the sport’s World Cup in 2023, in what will mark the organisation’s centenary year.
The Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) has teamed up with Tennis Australia to confirm the return of the World Team Cup to the men’s calendar, potentially setting up a clash with the International Tennis Federation’s (ITF) plans to overhaul the Davis Cup.
Cycling’s Six Day Series has expanded outside Europe for the first time with the addition of new events in Melbourne and Brisbane, the latter of which will form part of a new cycling festival for the Australian city.
Ten groups have progressed to the next stage of Football Federation Australia’s (FFA) selection process for two expansion franchise slots in the country’s top-tier A-League.
Klip Desk, a software business that works with sports-rights owners, has been acquired by multinational media and digital marketing communications company Dentsu Aegis Network (DAN).
World Rugby has today (Wednesday) announced that Australia, England, France, New Zealand, Portugal and Wales have confirmed their intention to bid for the 2021 Women’s World Cup.
The Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) has elected Lambert Maltock as its new president following the resignation of previous incumbent, David Chung, in April.
James Sutherland has announced his intention to step down as the long-serving chief executive of Cricket Australia.
Daily fantasy sports (DFS) operator DraftKings has further extended the reach of its service offering by rolling out a new platform in Australia.
The New Zealand Rugby League (NZRL) has appointed Greg Peters, former chief executive of Sanzaar, the umbrella body for the national rugby unions in Argentina, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa, as its new leader as it seeks to bounce back from a chastening 2017 World Cup campaign.
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and Cricket Australia (CA) have strongly denied any wrongdoing from its players and have called on Al Jazeera to provide full content from a documentary alleging spot-fixing in two Test matches, as the International Cricket Council (ICC) opened an investigation into the matter.