South Korea's Amy Yang will have a three-shot lead heading into the final day's play in the US Women's Open at the Lancaster Country Club in Pennsylvania, as the 25-year-old bids to secure her first major title.
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Barbara Riveros produced a blistering run to claim a gold medal in the Pan American Games women’s triathlon here today, with the result also securing Chile a berth next year's Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Cavendish ends Tour de France drought by sprinting to stage seven win as fellow Briton Froome assumes race lead
Britain’s Mark Cavendish claimed his first stage win at the Tour de France since 2013 by sprinting to victory at the end of the 190.5 kilometres seventh stage from Livarot to Fougeres.
South Korea's Amy Yang tops the clubhouse standings after the second day of the US Women's Open on seven-under par, having produced a round of 66 at the Lancaster Country Club in Pennsylvania.
Several of the stars of the London 2012 Paralympic Games are set to compete at the Sainsbury’s Anniversary Games at the Olympic Stadium on July 26, with Britain's six-time gold medallist David Weir set to go head-to-head with arch-rival, Switzerland's Marcel Hug, in one of the most anticipated events.
Opening day action at the Women's U.S Open was brought to a premature end at the Lancaster Country Club in Pennsylvania as dangerous weather conditions forced the postponement of play, leaving Australia's Karrie Webb and America's Marina Alex at the top over the early leaderboard.
Czech Republic's Zdenek Stybar earned his first victory at the Tour de France after pulling clear to surprise the sprinters in the closing kilometre of the 192km sixth stage from Abbeville to Le Havre, although his team mate and race leader Tony Martin of Germany is out of the Tour having broken his collarbone in a crash.
Gwangju 2015 student athletes take part in education programme aimed at developing a better image in media
The International Sport Cooperation Centre of Korea (ISC) have hosted an education programme for student athletes taking part in the Gwangju 2015 Summer Universiade, under the theme “Champion’s Branding”.
International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) President Ary S. Graça has revealed the governing body are attempting to bring another major volleyball tournament to London, with the 2019 Beach Volleyball World Championships one possible option.
Dame Kelly Holmes Trust launches partnership with British Athletes Commission to ensure athlete welfare
The Dame Kelly Holmes Trust have announced they have launched a partnership with the British Athletes Commission (BAC) which will focus on their common goal of ensuring athlete welfare.
Spain’s Joaquim Rodriquez claimed victory on the third stage of the Tour de France, as Britain’s Chris Froome finished runner-up to move into the overall race lead, having avoided being caught up in a major crash before the stage drew to a close on top of Belgium's Mur de Huy.
Serbia's Novak Djokovic fought back from two sets down against South Africa's Kevin Anderson but the defending Wimbledon champion's pursuit of the a quarter-final place was delayed by bad light at the All England Club tonight.
Ukraine's double European Games gymnastics champion Oleg Verniaiev was back among the medals on the third day of the Gwangju 2015 Summer Universiade, triumphing in the men's individual all-round competition in the South Korean city.
Swimmer returns to Aquatics Centre to mark 10 years since London awarded Olympic and Paralympic Games
Reigning world and European champion swimmer Amy Marren returned to the London Aquatics Centre to help mark 10 years to the day since the British capital were awarded the rights to host the Olympic and Paralympics in Singapore.