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Edmonton 2022 unveils plans for each Commonwealth nation to medal at Games

By Emily Goddard at the Grange St Pauls Hotel in London

Reg Milley has said he would like to see each of the 71 Commonwealth nations winning at least one medal at the 2022 Games ©Getty ImagesEdmonton 2022 has unveiled its vision to see each of the 71 Commonwealth nations and territories securing at least one medal at the Games in eight years' time.

FEI secretary general De Vos joins race for Presidency as final six candidates confirmed

By Gary Anderson

Ingmar De Vos (left) has designs on taking over the FEI Presidency from Princess Haya (second from left) ©Getty ImagesInternational Equestrian Federation (FEI) secretary general Ingmar De Vos has put himself forward as one of six final candidates in the running to replace Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein as President of the organisation, it was announced today. 

Row leads to resignation of Archery Association of Malta leadership

By Gary Anderson

The Archery Association of Malta is set for fresh elections after the resignation of its Executive Committee ©Archery Association of MaltaA row has led to the resignation of the Executive Committee of the Archery Association of Malta with President John Schembri, treasurer Brian Micallef and membership secretary Edgar Formosa all standing down.

Heat takes its toll as "dizzy" Bouchard crashes out of US Open

By Zjan Shirinian

The heat and attrition of the US Open got the better of Eugenie Bouchard as she lost her fourth road encounter ©Getty ImagesThe searing New York City heat took its toll on rising tennis star Eugenie Bouchard today, as she crashed out of the US Open in straight sets.

Boultbee defeated in FISA election as Briton takes over as head of key Commission

By Duncan Mackay

Britain's Rosie Mayglothling has been elected as the new chair of the FISA Competitive Rowing Commission ©British RowingBritain's Rosie Mayglothling has been elected chair of the Competitive Rowing Commission after defeating incumbent John Boultbee at the FISA 2014 Ordinary Congress in Amsterdam today.

Baku 2015 signs first international broadcast agreement

By Duncan Mackay at the JW Marriott Hotel Absheron in Baku

NTV Spor has signed a deal to broadcast the first-ever European Games next year in Turkey ©Baku 2015Baku 2015 today announced its first international broadcast agreement for next year's inaugural European Games, with leading Turkish sports channel NTV Spor. 

Hosszu unstoppable as she makes Swimming World Cup history

By Zjan Shirinian

Katinka Hosszu has now set five world records in six days across two World Cup meets ©Getty ImagesHungary's Katinka Hosszu has continued her irresistible form by becoming the most medalled swimmer at a single Swimming World Cup meet, with two more world records to her name.

Prominent sailing patron and luxury brand builder Yves Carcelle dies

By David Owen

Yves Carcelle has been described as a pioneer by Bernard Arnault, head of the LVMH luxury group ©AFP/Getty ImagesThe sport of sailing has lost a well-known patron with the death from cancer of Yves Carcelle, the long-time chief executive of Louis Vuitton, at the early age of 66.

Berlin and Hamburg outline concepts behind possible 2024 or 2028 Olympic bids

By Gary Anderson

Hamburg officials have revealed details of how the city would host any future Olympic Games in 2024 or 2028 ©Bongarts/Getty ImagesGerman cities Berlin and Hamburg have handed in their concept documents to the German Olympic Sports Confederation (DOSB) outlining initial details of how each would stage the 2024 or 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
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