British sailors enjoyed a successful opening day of the International Sailing Federation (ISAF) World Cup in Weymouth and Portland, with Nick Dempsey returning to the scene where he won silver at London 2012 to assume an early lead in the men’s RS:X event.
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Table Tennis Canada have announced the eight athletes which will represent the host nation at the Toronto 2015 Parapan American Games, with reigning men's singles C8 champion Ian Kent bidding to defend his title.
Argentina maintained their 100 per cent record at the Hockey World League semi-final event in front of their home crowd with a narrow victory over Spain as the last-eight matches of the competition were decided in Buenos Aires.
A 20-episode web series titled “Cooking with Team USA and Brian Boitano” has been launched by the United States Olympic Committee (USOC), featuring the former Olympic figure skating champion creating "easy to make but delicious meals" with US athletes.
Sir Bradley Wiggins smashed the cycling hour record at the Lee Valley Velopark in London today, as the British cyclist set a new distance of 54.526 kilometres, adding a further 1.6km to the previous mark.
Home favourite Joseph Schooling began his quest to win multiple Southeast Asian Games (SEA) titles at the OCBC Aquatics Centre with two triumphs on the second day of competition.
The International University Sports Federation (FISU) have played down the potential risk of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome coronavirus (MERS) outbreak in South Korea, ahead of next month’s Summer Universiade in the city of Gwangju.
Cycling, athletics and rugby were the three most tested sports by the French Anti-Doping Agency (AFLD) in 2014, their annual report has revealed.
The Jordan Olympic Committee (JOC) have launched a new social media campaign titled “Faces of Living Sport” which aims to offer the public a glimpse into how sport plays a role in the lives of Jordanian people.
A thrilling two-hour Opening Ceremony in Singapore’s National Stadium saw the 28th edition of the Southeast Asian (SEA) Games get underway today.
Brazilian officials have attended a customs seminar regarding major international sporting events to aid preparations ahead of hosting the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Australian football star Bresciano calls for donations to help seven-a-side Paralaympic football team reach Rio 2016
Australia’s veteran football star Mark Bresciano has backed a partnership between Australian Sports Foundation and the the country's men’s Paralympic football team which will see money raised to through tax deductible donations to help fund the team towards Rio 2016.
World number one Serena Williams overcame both illness and Switzerland’s Timea Bacsinszky at Roland Garros in Paris to book her place in the French Open final and move to within one match of winning a twentieth Grand Slam title.
Femi Ogunode set an Asian record to claim gold in the men’s 100m on the second day of the Asian Athletics Championships in Wuhan, China.
Gwangju 2015 reveal Opening and Closing Ceremony plans as Universiade countdown reaches 30 days to go
Gwangju 2015 have announced the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the Summer Universiade will feature a blend of South Korea’s traditions and pop culture, after revealing their plans at an official event at Plaza Hotel in Seoul.