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Argentina thrash New Zealand to retain men’s Under-19 Softball World Championship

By Gary Anderson

Argentina celebrate a second successive Under-19 Softball World Championship win ©WBSCArgentina won a second consecutive men's Under-19 Softball World Championship with a 9-0 thrashing of New Zealand in the gold medal game in Whitehorse, Canada.

Baggaley aiming to peak at right time as he chases more table tennis Commonwealth medal success

By Gary Anderson at the Main Press Centre in Glasgow

Andrew Baggaley is aiming to continue his prolific run of medals at Commonwealth Games ©AFP/Getty ImagesEngland's Andrew Baggaley is aiming to peak at the right time in Glasgow as he chases a third Commonwealth Games table tennis gold medal at the Scotstoun Sports Campus.

South Korean claims victory with final shot on dramatic day at IPC Shooting World Championships

By Gary Anderson

The second day of action at the IPC Shooting World Championhips saw a dramatic end to the men's 10m air pistol event ©Getty ImagesSouth Korean Heejung Lee left it late to claim victorty in Suhl today over Russia's Sergey Malyshev with the final shot in a dramatic finish at the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Shooting World Championships.

Kunieda completes double for Japan by claiming wheelchair tennis British Open title

By Gary Anderson

Shingo Kunieda secured a fifth British Open title with his win in Nottingham today ©Getty ImagesWorld number one Shingo Kunieda denied Gordon Reid a win on home soil by claiming the men's singles wheelchair tennis British Open title for a fifth time to follow his compatriot Yui Kamiji, who secured the women's singles crown yesterday.

Exclusive: Success of World Cup leaves us "more relaxed" about Rio 2016 but "not satisfied" - Sheikh Ahmad

By David Owen

The great success of the FIFA World Cup has helped reassure the IOC over Rio 2016 ©Getty ImagesThe success of the recent FIFA World Cup has left the Olympic Movement "more relaxed" about prospects for its own flagship event, which Brazil is also hosting, according to one of its most influential leaders.

Amaechi hopes Glasgow 2014 can improve gay rights across Commonwealth

By Duncan Mackay at the Main Press Centre in Glasgow

Former NBA star John Amaechi (centre) claims the Commonwealth Games will help improve the situation for homosexuals in countries where they are currently discriminated against ©ITGGlasgow 2014 can help shine attention on anti-gay laws that the majority of homosexuals in Commonwealth countries face, former NBA star John Amaechi claimed here today.

Israel mourning water polo player Rahav killed in Gaza

By Emily Goddard

Bar Rahav has been killed in combat in Gaza ©FacebookBar Rahav, a member of the Israeli national water polo team, has been killed in combat in the Gaza Strip.

Queen's Baton Relay arrives in Glasgow in early morning celebration

By Nick Butler at Doulton Fountain on Glasgow Green

Anne-Marie Monaghan, pictured with enthusiastic friends and family members, as well as Glasgow 2014 mascot Clyde, before carrying the Baton on to the streets of Glasgow ©ITGAfter 286 days and a 190,000-kilometre journey spanning 70 nations and territories, the Queen's Baton Relay made a triumphant arrival in Glasgow this morning just days before the Opening Ceremony of the Commonwealth Games on Wednesday (July 23).

McIlroy secures first Open Championship win and third major with two-shot victory at Royal Liverpool

By Gary Anderson

Rory McIlroy claimed his first Open Championship with victory at Royal Liverpool today ©Getty ImagesRory McIlroy joined an exclusive club with his first Open Championship win today as he held the Claret Jug aloft at Royal Liverpool to become only the third player in history to win three majors by the age of 25.
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