India stunned Thailand with a 3-1 victory to reach the semi-finals of the Badminton World Federation (BWF) Uber Cup at the Kunshan Sports Centre in China today.
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Paul Drinkhall is confident he can break the Chinese monopoly of the Olympic men’s singles table tennis event after he was named alongside compatriot Liam Pitchford as one of Britain's two representatives in the sport at Rio 2016 here today.
Guelzec and Watanabe confirmed as two candidates standing to succeed Grandi as International Gymnastics Federation President
European Gymnastics Federation (UEG) head Georges Guelzec and Japanese Gymnastics Association (JGA) secretary general Morinari Watanabe have been confirmed as the two candidates in the running to succeed Bruno Grandi as President of the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG).
Double Olympic medallist Sushil Kumar has launched an appeal to the Delhi High Court in a bid to earn selection for the Indian wrestling team for Rio 2016, despite compatriot Narsingh Yadav having already secured the quota place in his category.
Work should start on preparations for the 2023 Pacific Games in the Solomon Islands “immediately” if the country is to stage a successful edition of the event, the Governor of the Central Bank in the nation Denton Rarawa has warned.
Bridgestone Americas has signed an eight-year sponsorship deal with U.S. Paralympics which will see the subsidiary of the world’s largest tyre manufacturers support the nation’s athletes through to the 2024 Games.
London 2012 gold medallist Ed McKeever of Britain scraped through to the final of the men’s K1 200 metres event to keep his Rio 2016 dreams alive at the European Canoe Sprint Olympic Qualifier in Duisburg in Germany.
Paltrinieri clocks second fastest 1,500m time in history to clinch gold at LEN European Aquatics Championships
Italy’s Gregorio Paltrinieri swam the second-fastest men’s 1,500 metres time in history to secure European Aquatics Championships gold on a night where world champion James Guy of Britain was forced to settle for bronze in his preferred 200m freestyle event here.
Britain’s Ian Marsden beat Fernando Fernandes of Brazil on his way to reaching the final of the men’s KL1 200 metres event at the International Canoe Federation (ICF) Paracanoe World Championships in Duisburg, Germany today.
The International Basketball Federation (FIBA) has strengthened its ties in the Chinese market by signing a nine-year deal with investment holding company Tencent.
Football Association of Norway secretary general Kjetil Siem has become the latest high-profile appointment at FIFA after he was hired as the world governing body’s strategic director.
A total of 41 out of the 42 European athletes who have qualified for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games will battle it out for continental glory at the European Taekwondo Championships in Montreux, which get underway tomorrow and conclude on Sunday (May 22).
Sports such as ski jumping and snowboarding could be screened in virtual reality during Pyeongchang 2018 after the South Korean Government unveiled ambitious plans to exhibit cutting-edge technology during the Winter Olympic Games.
A replacement for banned former UEFA President Michel Platini will be elected in September at an Extraordinary Congress in Athens, it was announced today.