The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has unveiled a list of 39 people who will serve as young ambassadors at next year's Winter Youth Olympic Games in Lillehammer.
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The Pan American Taekwondo Union (PATU) and the Americas Paralympic Committee (APC) have signed a memorandum of understanding committing the two organisations to work together for the development of para-taekwondo across the Pan American region with the aim of the sport one day being included in the Parapan American Games.
Argentina made it two victories from two on the second day of the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) Americas Championship in Mexico City.
The Netherlands' women thrash Turkey to continue fine start in European Wheelchair Basketball Championships
The Netherlands' women enjoyed a thumping victory at the European Wheelchair Basketball Championships to maintain their 100 per cent record in the competition.
Austria's Daniel Federspiel and Swiss rider Linda Indergand ruled the roost on the opening day of the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) Mountain Bike and Trials World Championships in Andorra.
It was a day of second chances at the World Rowing Championships in France today – with repechage races in a number of disciplines giving crews another opportunity to progress in the competition and keep their hopes of qualifying for next year's Olympics in Rio de Janeiro alive.
Raneem El Welily is the new women's squash world number one after bringing to an end Nicol David's incredible nine year run at the top of the pile.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach will head the guest-list at the inaugural World Olympians Forum (WOF) due to be held in Moscow next month.
Hosts and defending champions Mexico got off to a winning start on the opening day of the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) Men's Americas Championship thanks to a 84-66 win over Dominican Republic.
Germany's men made it three wins out of three at the European Wheelchair Basketball Championships with victory over hosts Great Britain at the University of Worcester.
The second day of the World Rowing Championships in Aiguebelette, France, has seen more intense racing in heats across several disciplines.
USA Fencing has selected five athletes for the upcoming Wheelchair World Championships due to take place in Egers in Hungary next month.
Nigeria were crowned as continental champions for the first time after beating Angola 74-65 to win this year's AfroBasket.
Gold for Czech Drahoninsky on final day of World Para Archery Championships as Great Britain claim podium sweep
David Drahoninsky tasted World Para Archery Championships glory for the first time after triumphing in the W1 men's category on the final day of competition in Germany.
Russia claimed six medals - two of them gold - as the World Para Archery Championships continued in Donaueschingen in Germany.