The Press Association (PA) has become the official collector and distributor of on-course information by the UK’s horse racing governing body the British Horseracing Board (BHB) and the Racecourse Association (RCA), the owners of the rights to horse racing.

The English Football League is planning to invite Scottish teams Celtic and Rangers to take part in next season’s Worthington Cup competition, according to sources.

The NBA has called a planned series of exhibition games in the Far East next week in the wake of the terrorist attacks in the US.

The LPGA Tour has done an about-face, cancelling this weekend's Safeway Classic golf tournament after initially deciding to go forward with the event at Columbia Edgewater Country Club.

NASCAR has followed the lead of the NFL and Major League Baseball, by postponing its activities this weekend, in the light of the tragedy in the US early this week.

The Greg Norman International, which offers the highest purse, the best field and the biggest crowds on Australia's golfing calendar, has been scrapped after a dispute between the promoters and the Australasian PGA Tour.

UEFA has confirmed the new dates for all of this week’s postponed European soccer ties.

The Australian Rugby Union (ARU) has angrily dismissed a rumour predicting the 2003 Rugby World Cup could be shifted from Australia and New Zealand to Europe.

The Seven Network and Soccer Australia have confirmed broadcast plans for the 2001/2002 soccer season.

Golf’s American Express Championship scheduled for this week at Bellerive Country Club has been cancelled after Tuesday's terror attacks on the US.

Organisers of two of the sport industry’s biggest trade shows say the recent attacks will not impact on their events.

Major League Baseball has once again pulled the plug on games this week in the light of the terrorist events in the US earlier this week – the first time all regular season games have been postponed since D-Day, 1944.

Tennis tournaments in the US and Brazil will continue this week despite Tuesday's terror attacks in New York and Washington.

Golf's Ryder Cup looks almost certain to become the latest victim of the terrorist monstrosity in the US yesterday - as sport is put on hold across the globe.

Ignite Sports, the interactive sports publisher, has launched a new publishing system designed to enable a broad range of sports properties to manage and update their web sites from any internet access point.

The terrible events in the US yesterday caused havoc with sporting events across the globe with all Major League Baseball games last night called off, this week's UEFA European soccer ties postponed, and a question mark hanging over this weekend’s NFL ties and golf’s Ryder Cup later this month.

The New York Yankees has created its own television company called YES with hopes of doubling its broadcast revenues.

An official of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Football Association has told that assistance is required from international stadium companies in the renovation of the Middle-Eastern state’s soccer infrastructure

The five cities bidding to host the 2008 Olympic Games have begun delivering their final presentations ahead of this afternoon's decision in Moscow around 3.30pm BST.

Beijing combined evocative images of ancient and modern China in its final bid for the 2008 Olympics on Friday just hours before the International Olympics Committee (IOC) votes on the host.

Beijing will be guaranteed at least $1.2 billion from the sales of television rights and sponsorships for the Olympic Games.

London’s hopes of staging the 2012 Olympic Games were enhanced after Beijing was chosen to host the 2008 games. has been re-designed in conjunction with the new-look SportBusiness International, our monthly flagship publication – bringing you the biggest breaking news from around the globe.

The future for a new Wembley Stadium looks bleak after it became clear the UK government is unlikely to support a new major national stadium in London.