Hannah Green kept hold of her one-shot overnight lead to win the Women's PGA Championship as the challenge of Thailand's Ariya Jutanugarn faded dramatically at the Hazeltine National Golf Club.
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Australia's Hannah Green retained her lead going into the final round of the Women's PGA Championship but her advantage at the Hazeltine National Golf Club has been cut to just one shot.
Japan qualified all four fighters for the kata finals at the Karate 1-Series A event in Montreal on a typical day of dominance for the country.
Table toppers Australia ended the regular season of the Men's International Hockey Federation Pro League with a superb 4-1 away victory over The Netherlands in Amsterdam.
Russia will field a dressage team at Tokyo 2020 after winning the International Equestrian Federation's (FEI) Group C Olympic qualifier on home ground in Moscow today.
The International Swimming Federation Diving Grand Prix circuit reaches Cairo tomorrow with the event the last major action before next month's World Aquatics Championships.
Visually impaired skier Giacomo Bertagnolli and his guide Fabrizio Casal won the best male athlete prize at the Italian Paralympic Committee awards as dressage rider Sara Morganti scooped the women's accolade.
Three British players have been handed wildcards to appear in this year's wheelchair tennis tournaments at Wimbledon.
Egypt are hoping that star striker Mohamed Salah will guide them to Africa Cup of Nations glory on home soil with this year's tournament kicking off tomorrow.
Brazilian twin brothers Renato and Rafael Lima de Carvalho were among the group winners as men's pool play concluded today at the International Volleyball Federation Under-21 Beach Volleyball World Championships in Udon Thani.
Hosts Japan and Chile win crossover games to reach semi-finals at FIH Women's Series Finals in Hiroshima
Hosts Japan and Chile won the crossover matches at the International Hockey Federation Women's Series Finals in Hiroshima to reach the last four.
Australian pairs will collide in all three finals at the World Squash Federation World Doubles Squash Championships as the host nation dominated today in Gold Coast.
Three-time World Championship medallists Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje have announced they are stepping away from ice dance.
New Zealand's Gary Lawson and Shannon McIlroy preserved their 100 per cent record in the men's pairs at the Asia Pacific Bowls Championships as they made it eight wins from as many matches in Gold Coast.
World Taekwondo has marked World Refugees Day today by "reinforcing" its commitment to use sport to help vulnerable people across the world.