Several of the favourites for the men’s K1 title suffered scares at the ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships here today, including the defending champion Boris Neveu.
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Cavendish ruled out of World Road Cycling Championships as 2011 winner fails to recover from shoulder injury
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Kimberley Woods impresses as home favourites sail through to semi-finals at Canoe Slalom World Championships
British canoeists enjoyed a superb second day at the ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships here today, as all of their competitors reached the semi-final stage of the men’s and women’s C1 events.
Sweden, Germany, Russia and the United States have all sealed a place in the quarter-finals of the World Mixed Curling Championships quarter-finals after finishing top of their respective groups as round robin action came to a close in Bern.
Denmark, Germany, Great Britain and Sweden book European Wheelchair Rugby Championship semi-final spots
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Telecommunications company Flow have boosted the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee’s goal of winning ten or more Olympic gold medals by 2024 by pledging to give TT$5 million ($790,000/£500,000/€700,000) across the next five years to the local track and field committee.
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Serbia reached the semi-finals of EuroBasket for the first time since 2009 after they ended the Czech Republic's challenge by recording an 89-75 victory over their rivals in Lille.
Scotland and Sweden stand on the brink of the quarter-finals at the World Mixed Curling Championships after stretching their winning streak to six to remain the dominant teams in their respective groups in Bern.