Fabiano Caruana maintained his half point lead as the World Chess Federation's Candidates Tournament 2018 moved into its second half in Berlin.
Fabiano Caruana today re-established his clear lead at the halfway point of the World Chess Federation’s (FIDE) Candidates Tournament 2018 in Berlin as play resumed after a rest day.
Russian wild card Vladimir Kramnik continued to set the early pace at the World Chess Federation (FIDE) Candidates Tournament 2018 in Berlin today with a third round win over Armenia’s Levon Aronian.
For the second successive year, Dubai will host the season-opening event in the World Para Athletics Grand Prix, with around 450 athletes set to take part in the four-day competition that gets underway tomorrow.
Eight of the world’s top players start the World Chess Federation (FIDE) Candidates Tournament 2018 in Berlin tomorrow seeking a €95,000 ($116,850/£84,658) top prize and the right to challenge Norway’s 27-year-old Magnus Carlsen for the world title.
Hosts Germany justified their top ranking at a packed Max-Schmeling-Halle in Berlin tonight as they reached the men’s final of the Indoor Hockey World Cup, with Christopher Ruhr scoring a hat-trick in their 6-2 win over Iran.
A 4-2 win over Belgium earned Australia’s men their first appearance in the semi-finals at the Indoor Hockey World Cup on day three of the International Hockey Federation (IHF) event at the Max-Schmeling-Halle in Berlin.
Germany will be the men's favourites at the Indoor Hockey World Cup, which begins in Berlin tomorrow.
The sixth year of the World Para Athletics Grand Prix series will take in nine towns and cities across four continents, starting in Dubai in March and finishing in Berlin in July.
Berlin will stage the largest stage of this year’s Archery World Cup as 351 athletes are set to compete in the German city.
Robert Griswold claimed his fourth gold medal as action concluded today at the World Para Swimming World Series in Berlin.
Great Britain’s Thomas Hamer claimed his third victory of the World Para Swimming World Series in Berlin on the penultimate day of action.
The final Grand Prix of the 2017 World Para Athletics season is set to begin in German capital Berlin tomorrow.
International broadcasters were given the chance to tour venues and meet with members of the Eurovision Production Coordination (EPC) at a briefing for the 2018 European Championships in Glasgow.
Courses are being offered in German capital Berlin to Para swimming classifiers and technical officers for those who want to move up another level in their role.