Two moments of class – from Grace Balsdon and Lily Owsley – gave Great Britain women a 2-0 win over Belgium and their second victory of the FIH Pro League season.
The Netherlands won the women's title for the 31st time at the wheelchair tennis World Team Cup as Britain triumphed in the men's event.
Australia, Germany, Great Britain, the Netherlands and the United States all claimed two wins on the second and final day of individual time trials at the International Cycling Union (UCI) Para-cycling Road World Cup in Ostend in Belgium.
Denmark thrashed Great Britain 9-0 to put themselves in contention to secure a quarter-final place at the International Ice Hockey Federation World Championship in Slovakia.
Great Britain link-up with local community in Michalovce with eagerly-anticipated IIHF World Championship campaign looming
Great Britain’s men’s ice hockey team have sought to embed themselves in the local community in Michalovce as they prepare to embark on their first top division campaign at a World Championship since 1994.
A new forecast of the medals table at next year’s Tokyo Olympics suggests Great Britain may be set to tumble from second to fifth place.
World champion Ros Canter has overtaken fellow Briton Oliver Townend to claim the number one spot in the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) Eventing World Athlete Rankings for the first time.
The Great Britain Olympic team at the Tokyo 2020 Games may enter history as the first to contain more women than men.
Hosts Great Britain will meet Japan in the final of the Wheelchair Rugby Quad Nations in Leicester, despite losing to the East Asian country today.
Great Britain beat Switzerland in the mixed team curling final as action concluded today at the 2019 Winter European Youth Olympic Festival (EYOF) in Sarajevo and East Sarajevo.
Mahama Cho and Bradly Sinden claimed gold medals for Great Britain as competition in the men's senior weight categories was held on the last day of the World Taekwondo President's Cup for Europe region in Antalya.
New Zealand endured a day of mixed fortunes in the International Hockey Federation (FIH) Pro League today as the Black Sticks played host to Great Britain in Christchurch.
Great Britain's men overturned a three-goal deficit to claim a stunning 6-5 victory over hosts Spain as action continued today in the inaugural International Hockey Federation (FIH) Pro League.
British men's wheelchair basketball player James MacSorley believes the team has the ability to follow their historic World Championships triumph with victory at the European Championships in Poland next year.
The opening game of the International Hockey Federation (FIH) Women's Hockey Champions Trophy between hosts China and Great Britain ended in a draw with Australia and The Netherlands securing wins.