Slovakian national champion Peter Sagan was today forced to settle for second place on a stage at the 2015 Tour de France for the fifth time.
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Four more Toronto 2015 doping cases have been confirmed today by the Pan American Sports Organization (PASO), including Argentina's bronze medal winning wrestler Luz Vazquez, bringing the total number of athletes implicated to 12.
Germany's Andre Greipel continued his superb form at the 2015 Tour de France by winning the penultimate sprint stage of the race from Mende to Valence.
Martin Pacek claimed Sweden's maiden Grand Slam title with victory in the men's under 100 kilograms division on the second of the International Judo Federation (IJF) event in Tyumen.
Britain's Steve Cummings claimed his maiden Tour de France stage victory by with a late sprint to the line of stage 14 to give his South African-registered team MTN-Qhubeka their first victory at the three-week race to mark Mandela Day in style.
Cycling Canada have revealed that a team of 16 will represent the home country at next month’s Parapan American Games here, including Paralympic gold medallist Robbi Weldon.
Belgium's Greg van Avermaet held off the challenge of Slovakian national champion Peter Sagan in a sprint for the line to win stage 13 of the Tour de France from Muret to Rodez.
Three baseball players and one weightlifter formally excluded from Toronto 2015 after failed drug tests
Three baseball players and one weightlifter have been formally excluded from Toronto 2015, the Pan American Sports Organization (PASO) announced today, while two others are still implicated and are expected to be confirmed tomorrow.
Mijaín López became only the third wrestler in history to win four Pan American Games gold medals after the Cuban superstar delivered a masterclass in the men's under 130 kilograms Greco-Roman wrestling final today.
Spain's Joaquim Rodriquez claimed his second victory of the 2015 Tour de France in torrential rain after riding solo up the final climb of the stage 12 from Lannemezan to Plateau de Beille.
Scottish Swimming have appointed Harper Macleod, one of Scotland’s leading law firms, as their Official Legal Adviser.
Canada's Ellie Black and Colombia's Jossimar Calvo Moreno secured double gold on the final day of artistic gymnastics competition here today, to end their participation at the 2015 Pan American Games with three gold medal each.
Poland's Rafal Majka climbed clear of his breakaway companions in the mountains to win Stage 11 of the Tour de France from Pau to Cauterets, on a day where there was little change in the general classification positions.
Ubaldina Valoyes Cuesta added to Colombia's continued success story at the Oshawa Sports Centre by dominating the women's under 75 kilograms weightlifting competition to claim gold for the fourth consecutive Pan American Games.
Britain's Chris Froome produced a superb ride in the closing kilometres of stage 10 of the 2015 Tour de France from Tarbes to La Pierre-Saint-Martin which saw him claim the stage win but also extend his overall advantage in the race for the yellow jersey.