World number one and home favourite Sara Lopez posted 710 points out of a possible 720 to take pole position in the women’s compound competition at the second stage of the Archery World Cup in Medellín in Colombia.
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Four-time cross-country skiing relay world champion Eldar Roenning of Norway has announced his retirement from professional competition.
The International Triathlon Union (ITU) has signed an initial two-year contract with the NTT Group to become a global partner of both the ITU and the ITU World Triathlon Series for 2016 and 2017.
Defending champions Iran have been drawn in the same group as hosts United States for this year’s United World Wrestling (UWW) Freestyle World Cup at The Forum in Los Angeles.
The pool allocation draw for the 2019 Rugby World Cup will take place in host nation Japan in May 2017, it has been announced here today.
Bill Beaumont said he believes a compromise needs to be reached between the northern and southern hemispheres to establish a global calendar that better integrates both parties after being unanimously elected World Rugby chairman here today.
The medical director of the 2016 Australian Olympic team (AOT) insists the country’s athletes can head to Rio de Janeiro for this year’s Olympic Games with confidence, knowing the appropriate measures are in place against Zika.
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The United States’ Sarah Rudder took her 2016 Invictus Games medal tally to seven today after winning two golds and three silvers in front of a home crowd in Orlando.
Bill Beaumont is set to be officially elected the new chairman of World Rugby here tomorrow in Ireland’s capital.
Sara Winther and Natalia Kosinska intend to appeal their non-nominations for the New Zealand Olympic sailing team, which was completed today by Finn class sailor Josh Junior and laser sailor Sam Meech.
Rio 2016 operations have officially begun at the Brazilian Doping Control Laboratory (LBCD) - less than two months after sporting drugs legislation was passed in Brazil ahead of a World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) imposed deadline.
Prince Harry was on hand to present Britain’s first gold medal of the 2016 Invictus Games as Michael Yule won the men’s lightweight powerlifting title in Orlando.
The Dominican Republic has the chance to send their first-ever archer to an Olympic Games after Yessica Camilo upset Cuba’s Elizabeth Rodriguez in a quarter-final shoot-off at the Rio 2016 continental qualifier in Medellín in Colombia.