Senegal

This year's Basketball Without Borders Africa event will take place in Senegal on July 28-31, the National Basketball Association and world governing body Fiba have announced

Senegal has been confirmed as the host of the 2022 summer Youth Olympic Games at the 133rd IOC Session in Buenos Aires. The country has thus become the first African host of any Olympic event

Senegal is set to become the first African nation to host an Olympic event after the IOC executive board recommended it to host the Youth Olympics in 2022

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has today (Wednesday) formalised plans to take the 2022 summer Youth Olympic Games (YOG) to Africa, with Senegal already stating its intention to bid.

World football’s governing body Fifa has ordered the replay of a 2018 World Cup qualification game between South Africa and Senegal after a ban imposed on the match referee was upheld, a decision that could have a significant impact on Africa’s qualification process for next year’s tournament in Russia.

Fiba Africa, the governing body of basketball on the continent, has announced that Tunisia and Senegal will co-host this year’s edition of the AfroBasket men’s national team tournament from September 8-16.

North American basketball league the NBA is set to expand its global development initiative into Africa next year by launching a new venture in the Senegalese city of Thies.

Former International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) president Lamine Diack has denied giving money to finance Macky Sall’s successful bid to become the President of Senegal, in the latest twist to the Russian doping scandal in athletics.

Motorsport’s Dakar Rally should return to its spiritual home from South America or change its name according to Senegal’s Minister of Tourism Youssou N'Dour.

In 2022 the IOC will stage an event in Africa for the first time, in the Sengalese capital Dakar. Will the Youth Olympic Games represent a milestone for sports events on the continent? SportBusiness investigates.

The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has confirmed the adoption of a centralised model for its marketing and broadcast rights to the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.

Four years after laying the first stone of the Diambars Football Academy in Senegal, Patrick Vieira, Jimmy Adjovi-Boco and Bernard Lama will return to the Academy this month and will announce new projects in partnership with both UNESCO and FIFA as well as partners from the private sector.

TSE Consulting and JAPPO (Dakar, Senegal) announced an agreement of mutual support for the African International Sports Convention (CISA) to be held in Dakar, Senegal from 1-3 February 2007.

New partnerships with African universities are on the horizon for sports management courses after representatives of the International Center for Sports Studies (CIES), based in Switzerland, last week visited the University of South Africa (UNISA) in Pretoria and the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) in Port Elizabeth.

As part of FIFA’s “Win in Africa with Africa” initiative, the International Center for Sports Studies (CIES), based in Neuchâtel (Switzerland), signed a partnership agreement with Dakar’s Cheikh Anta Diop University on 25 April 2006.

The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has unveiled its shortlist to host the 2010 African Nations Cup.

Senegal has come out in support of Morocco’s bid to land the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

French terrestrial broadcaster TF1 is counting the massive cost of France's shock early exit from the soccer World Cup, after the reigning champions crashed out of the tournament.

French terrestrial broadcaster TF1 is counting the massive cost of France's shock early exit from the soccer World Cup, after the reigning champions crashed out of the tournament.

The global appeal of the World Cup has been shown with the television ratings and audience shares rising significantly, particularly in Western Europe, according to the latest data.

The global appeal of the World Cup has been shown with the television ratings and audience shares rising significantly, particularly in Western Europe, according to the latest data.

South Korea's sole sports lottery operator gave internet-savvy Koreans their first chance to bet on soccer online today and it expects growing interest as the World Cup finals approach.

Organisers of the FIFA World Cup finals have invited football fans to find a name for the new Seoul stadium which will stage the curtain-raiser between champions France and Senegal.

Senegal's soccer chief is heading to France to try to convince the country's internationals to drop a strike over bonuses for their first ever World Cup qualification.

Senegal's national soccer squad have threatened to boycott next month's African Nations Cup in a row over bonuses for their unprecedented World Cup qualification.

Juan Antonio Samaranch has left the intensive care unit of the Swiss hospital he has been in for a week after suffering from chronic fatigue.

Suresh Kalmadi, president of the Asian Amateur Athletic Federation, has written to the International Amateur Athletic Federation (IAAF) officially withdrawing from the race for the IAAF presidency.

World record-breaking pole vaulter Sergei Bubka is set to clear another new height this week in his rapid rise up the ranks of world sport's administration.

The IAAF has elected Lamine Diack as its chief for another two years – the only candidate standing at the athletics governing body’s congress for president.

The International Olympic Committee's ethics commission has said it wants to ban athletes from betting on their own or their rivals' performances.

IAAF president Lamine Diack said Tuesday there are "serious possibilities" that track and field's 2002 world cup could be held in the United States.

An IOC ethics commission has decided to ask an independent investigator to probe allegations that IOC vice-president Kevan Gosper breached Olympic guidelines.

Senegal lawyer Lamine Diack is present his case today to retain control of the world governing athletics body after the death of International Amateur Athletic Federation (IAAF) president Primo Nebiolo this month.

Germany and Portugal are due to take part in a series of international friendlies in South Korea to open new stadiums for the 2002 World Cup.