The second day of the Pumice World Championships started with two silver and bronze medals for Iran's representatives in South Korea.
Wimbledon organizers announced on Wednesday that Russian and Belarusian players will not be allowed to compete at this year's grand slam following Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Iran's government spokesman says 70 areas of cooperation between Iran and Qatar are on the agenda, one of which is establishing hosting infrastructure in the Iranian islands of Qeshm and Kish for the FIFA 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Iranian Minister of Roads and Urban Development Rostam Ghasemi met and held talks with his Qatari counterpart, Jassim bin Saif Al Sulaiti, on Kish Island on Sunday.
Qatar Minister of Transport and Communications will soon visit Iran to visit the facilities of the Hormozgan and Bushehr Provinces for supporting the World Cup 2022.
On Friday, 1 April, Ali Daei, former Iranian captain for Team Melli and the best football player in Asia in 1999, will team up with FIFA World Cup™ champions Cafu from Brazil and Lothar Matthäus from Germany for the final draw to reveal the groups for the 2022 edition of football’s global showpiece.
Cristiano Ronaldo is set to compete at his fifth FIFA World Cup this year after helping Portugal beat North Macedonia in a qualifying playoff on Tuesday.
The Iranian boys' three-man basketball team advanced to the semi-finals of the three-man basketball World Cup qualifiers with two consecutive victories against Malaysia and Sri Lanka.
On the first day of the World Ski Championships in Serbia, the Iranian athlete won a bronze medal.
In a recent article, Ellis Cashmore raised the provocative question of whether or not we should lift the ban on Russian sport instituted as a result of the invasion of Ukraine. Cashmore advances a number of sensible arguments, most importantly that this ban might turn out to be counterproductive. Instead of coaxing the Russian population to question the neo-imperialist delusions of its “great leader,” President Vladimir Putin, it might provoke an in-your-face backlash, reinforcing rather than weakening the despot’s grip on the minds of his subjects.