This weekend sees rhythmic gymnastics' season-opening World Challenge Cup series begin in Guadalajara, Spain.
Spain took the male and female kata titles on the final day of the European Karate Championships in Guadalajara.
Spanish athletes won three gold medals on the third day of the European Karate Championships in Guadalajara.
Turkey were the dominant force on day two of the European Karate Championships, securing their place in three of the four team finals.
Spain made an impressive start to the 2019 European Karate Championships with three of its athletes reaching finals in Guadalajara.
Kosovo will be allowed to compete at the European Karate Championships, which are due to start in Guadalajara tomorrow, "just as any other delegation", it is claimed, despite the Spanish Government’s refusal to allow the country to compete under their own flag at last year’s World Championships in Madrid.
Two-time Olympian Frank Thompson equalled the men's skeet record as he brought the United States campaign in the Championship of the Americas to a golden close in the Mexican city of Guadalajara.
Japan’s two-time world champion Kiyou Shimizu continued her domination of the female kata category as she secured her third successive gold on the international stage at the inaugural stop of the Karate 1-Series A in Guadalajara in
Japanese karatekas took the spotlight on the first day of action at the inaugural event of the Karate 1-Series A season at Guadalajara in Spain as they produced a dominant display in the kata competition.
Around 1,400 athletes are registered to compete at the Karate 1-Series A event in Spanish city Guadalajara, a figure which will break the participation record for any first-class event in the sport.
Hong Kong, Guadalajara and Washington D.C are set to compete for the right to stage the 2022 Gay Games when a host city is decided next week.
International Judo Federation (IJF) President Marius Vizer was among those in attendance to help mark the official opening of the new IJF training centre in Mexico City.
International Swimming Federation (FINA) executive director Cornel Marculescu has hailed the rapid progress of Budapest’s preparations to stage their World Aquatics Championships in 2017 following a second inspection visit to the city.