1. Amputee Football
Following the dearth of activities in the Nigeria Amputee Football Federation, a concerned Nigerian have cried out that the sport which empowers the physically challenged is dying.
Pius Asaba, a board member of the amputee football federation for Africa on Tuesday expressed displeasure with the inactive state of NAFF.
 
 
2. Minister/ Eagles
The super agles have been assured they would get all allowances due them in Rwanda before they leave the East African country.
The minister spoke after he handed the $10,000 donation made by the league management company to the players.
 
 
3. CHAN Results/Fixtures
Mali and Uganda played out a 2-2 draw in the second game of group d at the championship for African nations on Tuesday.
Uganda and Mali are joint second in group d behind leaders Zambia, who earlier beat Zimbabwe 1-0.
Fixtures
Rwanda vs Gabon
Morocco vs Cote D’Ivoire
 
4. FA Cup Results/Fixtures
Aston villa edged past league two Wycombe to book a fourth-round FA Cup tie at home against fellow premier league side Manchester City
Aston Villa 2 – 0 Wycombe
Bristol City 0 – 1 West Brom
Mk Dons 3 – 0 Northampton
Bolton 3 – 2 Eastleigh
Reading 5 – 2 Huddersfield
 
5. Gareth Bale
Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale has suffered his third calf muscle injury of the season.
Bale, 26, limped off shortly before half-time during real's 5-1 La Liga win at home to sporting Gijon on Sunday.
The Wales international, who has scored 13 goals in Spain this season, is reportedly set to be out for three weeks.
 
6. Aussie Open
Day 3 at the Australian Open has been all about favorites dominating, with Roger Federer, Kei Nishikori, Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova all rolling.
Simona halep became the biggest seed to fall at the Australian Open on Tuesday, ousted 6-4 6-3 by Chinese qualifier Zhang Shuai.
 
7. Tennis Match Fixing
 A South American tennis player has told the BBC that match-fixing is commonplace and even some elite players are "a little bit dirty in some way".
He also claimed fixing is not just limited to lower-ranked professionals and is "a secret that everybody knows".
The player, who requested anonymity, said tennis authorities "know who is doing it" but are unwilling to stop it.
The Tennis Integrity Unit (TIU) said it rejects "any suggestion that evidence of match-fixing has been suppressed".
 
8. NBA Results/Fixtures
Lebron James called the 132-98 loss to golden state a butt kicking. He also urged Cleveland teammates to leave the loss Monday on the court while being aware of how much work remains for the cavaliers to reach a championship level.
La Clippers  140-132 Houston Rockets
Miami Heat  79 – 91 Milawaukee Bucks
New Orleans Pelican 114-99 Minnesota Timberwolves
Denver Nuggets  104-110 Oklahoma City Thunder
Phoenix Suns         94-97 Indiana Pacers
 
9. Rio Olympics Rowing
Rio 2016 organisers have scrapped plans for a 4,000-seater stand at the rowing and canoeing venue as part of a $500m(£353m) cost-cutting measure.
Brazil is in a deep recession that is affecting all aspects of the Olympics, which begin on 5 august.
Only about half of the 4.5 million Olympic tickets aimed at the domestic audience have been sold.
The numbers are much worse for the Paralympics, with only 300,000 out of three million domestic tickets sold.
The number of unpaid volunteers has also been cut from 70,000 to 50,000.
 
This Day In Sport For 20th January
 1892 – 1st basketball game played (mass)
1980 – President Jimmy Carter announces us boycott of Olympics in Moscow
1987 – UK Police crackdown on soccer hooligans in biggest operation against violence around football stadiums
 
Birthdays In Sport
1981 – Owen Hargreaves, English International Footballer