Muki, who competes in the under-81-kilogram category, got a chance to fight for bronze despite losing his quarter final match
A number of top European gymnasts were absent from this year’s tournament due to COVID-19, clearing the way for Artem Dolgopyat to be the clear favorite
Emirati businessman, Sheikh Al Nahyan, says he wants to show the club's small core of 'brainwashed' right-wing fans 'the light'
Despite protests by far-right fans, who boast of never having an Arab player, Sheikh Hamad Bin Khalifa Al Nahyan acquires significant stakes in Beitar Jerusalem, though Israeli Moshe Hogeg remains majority shareholder
Her gold medal was the fifth awarded to a member of the Israeli senior team in four days of competition
Shmuel Lalkin, who headed the Israel Sport Federation for 33 years, was considered one of the most influential figures in Israeli sports
Missing Sagi Maki out on injury, Peter Paltchik and Tal Flicker score a resounding win for Israel in first European meet after the coronavirus hiatus
The Technion researchers’ system still needs improving but could lead to a revolution in data analysis – and of course sports betting
One surfer who was fined for violating coronavirus regulations said that he lives within the 500-meter limit allowed for sports activities. But now the government says it would to allow surfing
Athletes welcome end to uncertainty over whether they would compete this summer, as the coronavirus continues to jolt countries worldwide
Israel's Olympic committee called on athletes to think seriously about any trip to a training camp or competition
Eric Holtz visits Israel for only short trips and is never recognized here, but after 20 years as a manager in the U.S. he is leading the Israeli baseball team to Tokyo this summer
Ties between athletes and their trainers provide fertile ground for sexual misconduct that's hushed up, new Israeli film reveals. 'For the trainee, the coach is a combination of rabbi, teacher, psychologist and doctor'
As tensions flare with Iran, the security service raised the threat level for the Gulf, but an Israeli champion may still compete
Lack of a fully functioning government leads to funding crisis that means no training camps, no competitions abroad, and no equipment purchases for sports associations
The Israel Football Association said they invited one woman speaker, who canceled
Ziad Aun, who has competed for the international refugee team in recent years, is expected to arrive in Israel at the end of January -- an Iranian was also invited to participate
Four Israelis will be on the 30-rider, international team called 'Israel Start-Up Nation'
Saeid Mollaei, now competing for Mongolia, could make history at Chinese tournament, facing off an Israeli athlete
Mohammad Rashnonezhad, who fled his home country, said he hopes to show 'sports are separate from politics'
Saeid Mollaei, who defected after Iranian authorities pressured him not to compete against Israeli Sagi Muki, competed on Saturday for the first time since his receiving refugee status
Federation says Iran pressured Saeid Mollaei not to fight Sagi Muki ■ Mollaei has since defected to Germany
After Artem Dolgopyat's impressive routine and consistent lead at the competition in Stuttgart, he finished second, raising hopes for next year's Tokyo Olympics
Katy Spychakov has a clear run to represent Israel at the next Olympics, after an impressive showing in Italy
The blue and white will be competing against five other teams in Tokyo next year
Less than a year before Tokyo Olympics, Linoy Ashram finished second in the hoop event at the world championships; another Israeli, Nicol Zelikman, finished fourth
'Sports and politics need to be kept kept separate,' Foreign Ministry says after Mohamed Abdelaal declines to greet Sagi Muki in world championship semifinals
Israeli faced off against Belgian Matthias Casse, after overcoming Egyptian rival Mohamed Abdelaal, who refused to shake his hand at the end of the bout
Palestinians and supporters of BDS urge Hanin Nasser not to compete for Israel at a European competition that begins Thursday
Underdog Yuval Freilich, 24, is first Israeli to win European Fencing Championships: 'I had to make a decision: either I give up fencing and observe Shabbat, or I continue to compete and see how far I can get'