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Sky Italia appointed broadcaster for the 2015 Rugby World Cup in England

By Daniel Etchells

SKY Italia will broadcast live coverage of all 48 matches at the 2015 Rugby World Cup ©Getty ImagesSky Italia has been appointed as a right-holding broadcaster for this year's Rugby World Cup in England, extending the successful partnership between the sport's showpiece event and Italy's leading sports broadcaster.

Eger marks start of momentous year for visually impaired judo

By Daniel Etchells

The 2015 International Blind Sports Federation Judo World Cup and Junior World Games are set to get underway this weekend ©IBSAVisually impaired judoka will descend on the Hungarian city Eger this weekend to compete in the 2015 International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Judo World Cup and Junior World Games at the start of what is a particularly important year for the sport. 

Britain begins planning for taekwondo's Paralympic debut at Tokyo 2020

By Daniel Etchells

British Para-Taekwondo has outlined its ambitions for 2015 and beyond ©British Para-Taekwondo British Taekwondo has started preparing for the sport's debut on the Paralympic programme at Tokyo 2020. 

Cairo to host 2015 African Women's Club Volleyball Championships

By Liam Morgan

The African Volleyball Confederation have announced the 2015 African Womens Club Championship will take place in CairoThe 2015 African Women's Club Volleyball Championship will be held in Egyptian capital Cairo, it has been announced.

New Zealand survive scare to beat Scotland at Cricket World Cup

By Liam Morgan

New Zealand earned a three wicket win over Scotland in a low scoring contest in Dunedin ©Getty ImagesCo-hosts New Zealand survived a scare today to beat Scotland by three wickets in a low-scoring contest at the International Cricket Council (ICC) Cricket World Cup in Dunedin.

Double success for Canada at IPC Nordic Skiing World Cup as Soule wins again

By Nick Butler

Brittany Hudak was one of two Canadian winners in Japan on a day where Andrew Soule won yet again ©Getty ImagesAmerican Andrew Soule made it three out of three at the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Nordic Skiing World Cup in Asahikawa, Japan, while there were also two Canadian victories.

Lack of Chinese players opens up opportunities for rest of the world at Qatar Open

By Liam Morgan

The ITTF Super Series event is set to get underway in Doha today ©ITTFThe International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) World Tour event is set to get underway today as some of the world's top players descend on the Qatari capital Doha.

Qatar and Nigerian Taekwondo Federations work together to crack visa scam

By Liam Morgan

The Nigeria Taekwondo Federation have uncovered a fradulent scheme where 16 people posed as members of the Nigeria team to gain access to Qatar ©NTFThe Nigeria Taekwondo Federation (NTF) have uncovered a fraudulent scheme in which 16 people were given visas after they posed as members of the Nigerian team ahead of the first Qatar International Open, due to take place from March 6 until 9.

Roster for Europe's two-game baseball series against Japan unveiled

By Liam Morgan

The WBSC have announced who will feature for each side when Samurai Japan host a European team in a two-game series in MarchThe World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) have unveiled the rosters for the upcoming Europe versus Japan two-game baseball series, due to be held at the Tokyo Dome on March 10 and 11.
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