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Pistorius "needs to pay for what he's done", says Steenkamp's cousin

By Zjan Shirinian

Arguments over whether Oscar Pistorius should be jailed have increased with the testimony of Reeva Steenkamp's cousin Kim Martin ©Charlie Shoemaker/Getty ImagesOscar Pistorius must "pay" for killing his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, her cousin has told the six-time Paralympic champion's sentencing hearing.

Research shows sport volunteering is thriving, says co-founder of London 2012 legacy charity Join In

By Daniel Etchells at Admiralty House in London

Greg Nugent, co-founder of Join In, was speaking at a conference in London ©ITGGreg Nugent, co-founder of the London 2012 Olympic legacy charity Join In, believes that new research carried out into the value of volunteering in sport shows that the sector plays a fundamental part in society and the economy.

European Commission signs wide-ranging cooperation agreement with UEFA

By David Owen

The Arrangement for Cooperation is a major boost for UEFA ©Getty Images for UEFAUEFA, the European football body, has been handed a major boost to its credibility by the European Commission, the executive arm of the European Union (EU).

Egyptian re-elected President of World Archery Africa

By Duncan Mackay

Egypt's Aladin Gabr has been re-elected President of World Archery Africa ©World ArcheryEgypt's Aladin Gabr has been unanimously re-elected as President of World Archery Africa after his only rival withdrew and pledged to support him.

Canadian Paralympic bronze medallist banned for two years after faking impairment

By Gary Anderson

Canadian Para-archer Norbert Murphy has been banned for two years after being found to have misled classifiers at a tournament earlier this year ©Getty ImagesCanadian Paralympic bronze medallist Norbert Murphy has been banned for two years by World Archery after he was found to have misrepresented the level of his impairment during classification for a competition earlier this year.

Romania reigns on first day of International Judo Federation Grand Prix in Tashkent

By Gary Anderson

Andreea Chitu of Romania (left) won one of two gold medals for Romania on the first day of the judo Grand Prix in Tashkent ©IJFAndreea Chitu and Corina Caprioriu ensured the Romanian contingent inside the Uzbekistan Sports Complex in Tashkent had the most to shout about as they won two gold medals on the opening day at the International Judo Federation Grand Prix.

Theme for Incheon 2014 Asian Para Games Opening Ceremony revealed

By Daniel Etchells

The 2014 Asian Para Games will begin in Incheon on Saturday ©Getty ImagesAn Opening Ceremony in the Munhak Sports Complex, themed "Impossible Drives Us", will launch the 2014 Asian Para Games in Incheon on Saturday (October 18), it has been revealed. 

Boxing Federation of Madagascar elects Rabarisoa new President

By Gary Anderson

Hery Mamy Rabarisoa is the new President of the Boxing Federation of Madagascar ©LexpressmadaHery Mamy Rabarisoa has been elected President of the Boxing Federation of Madagascar following elections in capital city Antananarivo.

2015 IPC Swimming World Championships open for entries

By Daniel Etchells

The Tollcross International Swimming Centre will host the 2015 International Paralympic Committee Swimming World Championships in Glasgow ©Getty ImagesThe entry process for the 2015 International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Swimming World Championships in Glasgow has been launched today, with countries wishing to participate initially being asked to outline the number of athletes they expect to be part of their teams.
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