The UK charity Women in Sport has released a report which they hope will lead to greater participation and engagement among women and girls.
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Olympic champions Sir Matthew Pinsent and Etienne Stott praise venue ahead of ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships
Four-time Olympic rowing gold medallist Sir Matthew Pinsent has joined Britain’s top slalom canoeists at London’s Lee Valley White Water Centre, ahead of the International Canoe Federation (ICF) Canoe Slalom World Championships.
Brazilian sport ambassadors at the ongoing Fortaleza 2015 Youth School Games have met with many of the 3,850 student-athletes participating in competition across the nine-day event to offer their guidance and support.
Romanian fighters record impressive victories to reach AIBA Junior World Boxing Championships semi-finals
Romania enjoyed success on quarter-final day at the International Boxing Association (AIBA) Junior World Boxing Championships as both of their fighters booked semi-final places after recording impressive wins in the Russian city of St Petersburg.
Spain’s Joaquim Rodriguez moved into the race leaders red jersey after finishing two seconds clear of Italy’s Fabio Aru on stage 16 of the Vuelta a España, while Luxembourg’s Frank Schleck rode the final kilometres of the route from Luarca to Ermita de Alba to earn the stage win.
Paralympics Ireland have released a specially commissioned video to celebrate the one year to go milestone until Rio 2016.
Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ) have marked the One Year To Go milestone until Rio 2016 by launching a long-term campaign titled “Spirit of Gold”, a scheme aiming to increase awareness and raise funds to support athletes ahead of the Games.
ITTF boss meets with Tokyo 2020 President as campaign for Olympic mixed doubles table tennis gathers pace
International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) President Thomas Weikert has met with Tokyo 2020 President Yoshiro Mori to discuss the prospect of mixed doubles being added to the Olympic programme in the Japanese capital.
Serena Williams is set to meet her sister Venus in the quarter-finals of the US Open as her bid to secure a calendar Grand Slam showed no signs of being derailed after she secured a straight sets victory over her fellow American Madison Keys at Flushing Meadows.
Serbia maintained their winning start to EuroBasket 2015 after securing a dramatic victory over Germany in the final second of a thrilling Group B match at the Berlin Arena.
South Africa’s Richard Murray shook off the challenge of Spain’s Javier Gomez in the final lap of the five kilometres run to earn the second World Triathlon Series (WTS) win of his career, in Edmonton, Canada.
Argentina and Mexico maintain winning streaks at FIBA Americas Championship as second round gets underway
Argentina and hosts Mexico maintained their unbeaten records at the 2015 FIBA Americas Championship after both teams secured wins as the second round of the group phase got underway in Mexico City.
Hosts Germany earned success on the final day of the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) Rifle and Pistol Shooting World Cup Finals as Selina Gschwandtner and Barbara Engleder battled for gold in the women’s 50 metres rifle three positions event in Munich.
Joaquim Rodriquez closed to within one second of Italy’s Fabio Aru at the top of the Vuelta a España general classification after the Spanish cyclist accelerated away from his rivals in the closing kilometres to win stage 15.