Sweden, home winners of the International Equestrian Federation Dressage Nations Cup event in Falsterbo on Sunday (July 14), will defend their overall lead at the next round of the series that starts at Aachen in Germany tomorrow.
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Portugal and Canada are the next venues for the International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) Beach Volleyball World Tour as the Tokyo 2020 test event looms.
Problems obtaining visas have prompted Pakistan to pull out of the Commonwealth Table Tennis Championships due to start in Cuttack in India tomorrow.
Germany’s former world champion and Rio 2016 silver medallist Lisa Unruh made ominous progress today in the early rounds of the women’s recurve in the archery test event for next year’s Tokyo Olympics.
Japan laid down more markers for the impending home World Judo Championships as they won two golds and three silvers in the five final events at the International Judo Federation (IJF) Grand Prix in Budapest today.
Alix Klineman and April Ross beat Brazil’s 15th seeds Maria Antonelli and Carolina Salgado 15-21, 21-17, 15-12 to win the women’s title at the International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) Beach World Tour event in Gstaad, Switzerland.
China won two more golds at the International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation (IWAS) Wheelchair Fencing World Cup in Warsaw to increase to seven their tally with one more day of competition remaining.
Egypt won two of the seven golds on offer on the second day of the World Para Powerlifting Championships in Kazakhstan’s capital Nur-Sultan – formerly Astana.
Daryl Impey, who became the first African leader of the Tour de France in 2013, today became the second South African stage winner after Robert Hunter in Montpellier in 2007 as he outsprinted his last breakaway companion, Belgium’s Tiesj Benoot.
Switzerland’s nine-times world champion Nino Schurter won a test of nerve to claim gold in the men’s cross country event at the International Cycling Union (UCI) Mountain Bike World Cup in Les Gets, France.
Britain inflict first defeat on Germany's men's eight since Rio 2016 at World Rowing Cup in Rotterdam
Germany’s men’s eight crew, world and European champions Germany, lost their first race since the 2016 Olympic Games today as they were beaten by the nation who had earned gold in Rio de Janeiro, Britain, at the third and final World Rowing Cup of the season in Rotterdam.
The United States, bronze medallists in the inaugural International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) Men’s Nations League last year, will take either gold or silver this season having beaten Olympic champions Brazil in the semi-final.
Morocco maintained its position at the top of the medals table after day two at the African Karate Federation (UFAK) Senior and Junior Championships in Gaborone in Botswana.
Sifan Hassan produced a stupendous final lap in the women’s mile here to finish in 4min 12.33sec – thus breaking the 23-year-old world record of 4:12.56 held by Russia’s 1996 Olympic 800 metres and 1,500m champion Svetlana Masterkova.
As athletes train under sheer blue sky in warm and humid conditions before tomorrow's ninth stage of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Diamond League series, some will be aware of an additional responsibility.