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Jail would "break" Pistorius, court told

By Zjan Shirinian

The court heard that Oscar Pistorius would "break" if he was jailed ©Themba Hadebe/AFP/Getty ImagesPrison would "break" Oscar Pistorius and be unable to accommodate his disability, his sentencing hearing has been told.

Commonwealth Games England appoints interim chief executive

By Daniel Etchells

Richard Graham has been appointed interim chief executive of Commonwealth Games England ©CGECommonwealth Games England (CGE) has announced the appointment of Richard Graham, former head of the Professional Squash Association (PSA), as its interim chief executive.

Gwangju gets set to host FISU Executive Committee meeting ahead of 2015 Summer Universiade

By Gary Anderson

The Gwangju 2015 Organising Committee will host a three-day meeting of the FISU Executive Committee ©Gwangju 2015The host city for next year's Summer Universiade, Gwangju, is set to welcome leading officials from the International University Sport Federation (FISU) and delegations from future Universiade hosts during a three-day gathering.

Britain looks to Armed Forces for next generation of sporting talent

By Emily Goddard

UK Sport, the English Institute of Sport and the British Army have launched the Army Elite Sport Programme ©Army Elite Sport ProgrammeUK Sport and the English Institute of Sport (EIS) have partnered with the British Army to create the Army Elite Sport Programme to identify the next generation of world-class sporting talent.

Japan's women's goalball team set for stern test at 2014 Asian Para Games, says general manager

By Daniel Etchells

Japan celebrate winning the women's goalball final against China at the London 2012 Paralympic Games ©Getty ImagesJapan's women's goalball team general manager Naoki Eguro believes the standard of competition within the sport has improved significantly since his team's triumph at the London 2012 Paralympic Games.

Grand Tour €1 million challenge is not a joke insists Tinkoff-Saxo chief

By Gary Anderson

Tour de France winners Vincenzo Nibali (left) and Chris Froome have been challenged to take part in all three Grand Tours in 2015 ©Getty ImagesA proposal to offer the world's top riders a share in a €1 million (£794,000/$1.3 million) prize-fund to compete in all three Grand Tour cycling events in 2015 is not "a joke or a publicity stunt" according to one of the men behind the idea, chief executive of the Tinkoff-Saxo team Stefano Feltrin.

Germany to proceed cautiously on 2024 Olympic bid to avoid "second Munich"

By Duncan Mackay

DOSB President Alfons Hörmann has warned that whichever city they choose to bid for the 2024 Olympics and Paralympics must have the support of its citizens ©Getty ImagesA decision on which German city will be put forward as a possible bidder for the 2024 Olympics and Paralympics will not be made until officials are certain that it has the support of its local citizens, it has been revealed.

SportAccord Convention officially signs deal to hold 2015 event in Sochi

By Duncan Mackay

Marius Vizer officially signs the deal with Governor of the Krasnodar Region Alexander Tkachev for next year's SportAccord Convention to be held in Sochi ©SportAccord ConventionA deal for next year's SportAccord Convention to be held in Sochi has been officially signed between Marius Vizer and Alexander Tkachev, Governor of the Krasnodar Region. 

IOC President visits Almaty 2022 facilities on trip to Kazakhstan

By Duncan Mackay

IOC President has visited some of the facilities that would be used if Almaty wins its bid for the 2022 Winter Olympics and Paralympics ©IOCThomas Bach has visited Almaty to tour many of the facilities that would be used if the city's bid to host the 2022 Winter Olympics and Paralympics is successful.
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