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Kellogg's and the National Basketball Association have signed a multi-year sponsorship agreement.

Isolationist North Korea has never been officially approached about the possibility of hosting matches during the 2002 World Cup, a top Pyongyang sports official has said.

In a new twist arising from the Salt Lake City scandal, federal investigators have interviewed the makers of a pistol which reportedly now sits in the IOC museum in Lausanne, Switzerland.

A favourable review of Beijing's 2008 Games bid by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) showed human rights protestors and US critics were out of step with world opinion, a Beijing official said on Sunday.

The Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron said on Thursday it had accepted the first German challenge for the America's Cup in the competition's 150 year history.

Tomorrow?s UEFA Supercup in Monaco between Real Madrid (winners of the Champions League) and Galatasary (winners of the UEFA Cup) has been given a new brand identity.

The eight European members of the 24-man FIFA executive committee could cast their votes for England?s World Cup 2006 bid en bloc if Germany is eliminated in the early rounds of voting.

International sports chiefs are to attend a world conference on drug abuse after recent controversies have shown that doping is still a huge problem nearly a decade after the Ben Johnson scandal.

Organisers of the 2002 Winter Olympics were hit by an avalanche of criticism at home following charges that International Olympic Committee members' votes were bought during Salt Lake City's successful bid to host the Games.

Organisers of cycling showpiece the Tour de France, eager to restore the race's image after last year's major doping scandal, have decided to bar all riders and teams currently involved in doping cases.

Swissair is to be the official airline of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), the committee?s president Juan Antonio Samaranch told delegates meeting in Lausanne this week.

sportbusiness.com has learned this morning that ENIC is hoping to announce the company?s expected buy-out of Sir Alan Sugar?s share-holding in Tottenham Hotspur Plc.deal today.

iN Demand, the US pay-per-view network, is to showcase its first-ever sports production this autumn with the debut of five Sanex WTA Tour tournaments.

NHL International, in conjunction with ESPN International, will distribute the 2000 NHL

The Tour de France drug scandal snared a third team Tuesday when police seized suspect medication from a van during a border check.

European nations might not participate in a biennial World Cup due to pressure from clubs, says UEFA president Lennart Johansson.

Organisers of cycling showpiece the Tour de France, eager to restore the race's image after last year's major doping scandal, have decided to bar all riders and teams currently involved in doping cases.