By David OwenThere was qualified good news for recipients of UK National Lottery money, including UK Sport, the elite sports funding body, and Sport England, its grass-roots counterpart, today.
By Daniel EtchellsWorld Archery's television and marketing director Didier Mieville is set to leave his role of nine years, making last month's World Cup final in his hometown Lausanne, his final event with the sport's governing body.
By Gary AndersonA number of Albanian athletes have been selected to benefit from a special funding programme being run by the Olympic Committee of Albania in order to improve their chances of success at Rio 2016.
By Zjan ShirinianDutch sitting volleyball player Elvira Stinissen has been elected vice-chair of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Athletes' Council, it has been announced.
By Gary AndersonSwimming Canada has announced that James Hood has been appointed to the role of senior manager of its Para-swimming high-performance programme.
By Zjan ShirinianThe British Armed Forces team which represented their nation at the inaugural Invictus Games last month will be presented with a Pride of Britain Award today.
By Gary AndersonThe United States retained their Basketball World Championship for Women crown with a dominant display against first-time finalists Spain in Istanbul and never looked troubled on their way to a 77-64 victory.
By Daniel EtchellsTwo-time defending champions Russia secured the sixth and final place in the third round of the International Volleyball Federation Women's World Championship in Italy after cruising to a 28-26, 25-18, 25-17 victory against Serbia in Pool F.
By Zjan ShirinianThe United States and 17-year-old rising star Simone Biles have dominated the first day of women's qualifications at the Artistic Gymnastics World Championships.
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