Slovenia’s Primož Roglič claimed the first leader’s jersey of the Tour of the Basque Country after winning the individual time trial on the opening stage of the race.
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The German University Sports Federation (ADH) chairman Jörg Förster has said the 2025 World University Games should not be viewed as a test for a future Olympic Games in the Rhine-Ruhr region.
UK Sport has launched a national squads support fund with the aim of supporting the development of credible national teams in several sports.
International Mixed Martial Arts Federation (IMMAF) chief executive Densign White has welcomed a recommendation from the Council of Europe to member states regarding extreme martial art and combat activities.
PSG Esports has extended its collaboration with bookmaker Betway, it has been announced.
The Badminton World Federation (BWF) has confirmed the cancellation of the Russian Open and Indonesia Masters Super 100 competitions due to COVID-19.
Antonella Bellutti and Renato Di Rocco have announced their intention to challenge Giovanni Malagò for the Italian National Olympic Committee (CONI) Presidency, with the election due next month.
Rikako Ikee has qualified for Japan's 4x100 metres medley relay team at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, two years after being diagnosed with leukaemia.
Kyrgyzstan has held its first International Federation of Teqball (FITEQ) Challenger Cup event, as the series continues to grow.
Thailand's Patty Tavatanakit held off a late charge from Lydia Ko to earn her maiden Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) title at the ANA Inspiration.
Bulgaria’s Angel Rusev won the men’s under 55 kilogram competition on the second day of the European Weightlifting Championships in Moscow.
Tokyo 2020 has held its wheelchair rugby test event over two days as preparations for the rescheduled Olympic and Paralympic Games continue.
UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) is facing further criticism for reportedly accepting evidence from two British runners who tested positive for a banned steroid in 2014, after allowing them to arrange their own private testing.
Milan Cortina 2026 President Giovanni Malagò has said organisers are sticking with their plan to renovate the Eugenio Monti sliding track for the Winter Olympics.