Japan successfully defended their title at the Asian Women's Volleyball Championship as they beat Thailand in four sets in today's final in Seoul.
The Netherlands have qualified for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games after winning the Women's EuroHockey Nations Championship in Antwerp.
Switzerland's Martin Fuchs was the victor in the International Equestrian Federation European Championships individual jumping final.
Colombia’s Nairo Quintana secured a solo victory on the second stage of the Vuelta a España, as Nicolas Roche moved into the race lead.
Japan's women beat Chinese Taipei for the second consecutive day but the host nation's men were beaten by Tunisia at the Tokyo 2020 basketball test event.
Serbia have continued their title defence of the Women's European Volleyball Championship with a win against Bulgaria in Ankara.
Marianne Vos of The Netherlands triumphed in the fourth and final stage of the Ladies Tour of Norway to take the overall title.
Home favourite Vendula Frintová stormed to victory with a sprint finish to claim glory at the International Triathlon Union World Cup in Karlovy Vary.
Eighteen-year-old Lin Yun-ju of Chinese Taipei was the victor in the men's singles final at the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) Czech Open.
Italian Elia Viviani won a third successive International Cycling Union (UCI) EuroEyes Cyclassics race with a sprint-finish victory in Hamburg in Germany.
Latvians Aleksandrs Samoilovs and Jānis Šmēdiņš claimed their second International Volleyball Federation Beach World Tour title in eight days by winning the three-star event on home sand in Jūrmala.
Israel's Linoy Ashram was crowned all-around champion at the International Gymnastics Federation Rhythmic World Challenge Cup in Cluj-Napoca.
Croatian Franko Grgić smashed the men's 1,500 metres freestyle junior record in winning gold on the final day of the International Swimming Federation World Junior Championships in Budapest.
South Korea took gold medals in three cadet team events on the last day of the World Archery Youth Championships in Madrid.
Laura Rogora scooped gold for Italy as the lead finals concluded at the International Federation of Sport Climbing Youth World Championships in Arco, Italy.