Ahlam Al Muhallal has made history as the first woman from Qatar to compete at an international weightlifting event.
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The former President of El Salvador's football federation has become the latest official to be arrested as part of the American investigation into corruption within FIFA.
Exclusive: Tokyo 2020 defend logo competition after criticism from American Institute of Graphic Arts
Tokyo 2020 organisers have defended the open competition they launched to find a new logo after it was strongly criticised by The American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA).