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Frenzel claims top spot at Nordic Combined World Cup

By Paul Osborne

Eric Frenzel returns to the top of the FIS Nordic Combined World Cup leaderboard ©Getty ImagesEric Frenzel has returned to the top of the International Ski Federation (FIS) Nordic Combined World Cup podium following victory in Chaux-Neuve today.

Dominant Dukurs makes it three skeleton World Cup wins out of three

By Daniel Etchells

Two-time Olympic silver medallist Martins Dukurs has a 100 per cent World Cup record this season ©Getty ImagesLatvia's Martins Dukurs continued his dominance of the skeleton World Cup at the latest Viessmann International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation (FIBT) event in Altenberg, Germany.

Takanashi claims Ski Jumping World Cup win to leave a three-way tie at the top of the leaderboard

By Liam Morgan

Takanashi followed up her third place in Lillehammer with a win in front of her home crowd in JapanJapan's Sara Takanashi claimed victory at the second women's FIS Ski Jumping World Cup event to the delight of the home crowd in Sapporo.

Saudi Arabia's quest for fourth Asian Cup crown starts with defeat

By Daniel Etchells

Saudi Arabia's Naif Hazazi missed a second-half penalty which proved costly ©Getty ImagesThree-time winners Saudi Arabia suffered defeat to China in their opening match of the 2015 Asian Cup in Australia today.

Philippine Taekwondo Association to discuss year-long plans at General Assembly

By Paul Osborne

The Philippine Taekwondo Association will host the National Instructor's General Assembly at the Ninoy Aquino Stadium ©Getty ImagesMore than 500 national and regional head instructors from across the Philippines will attend this year's National Instructors' General Assembly at the Ninoy Aquino Stadium, it has been announced.

Stephens claims gold on day three of IPC Alpine Skiing World Cup in La Molina

By Paul Osborne 

Laurie Stephens capitalised on a Anna Schaffelhuber mistake to take gold at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Cup in La Molina ©Getty ImagesThere was a major shock in the women's sitting contest at the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Alpine Skiing World Cup in La Molina today as five-time Paralympic champion Anna Schaffelhuber failed to complete her two runs, enabling United States' Laurie Stephens to take gold.

USA Volleyball elects sitting volleyball representative to Board of Directors for first time

By Daniel Etchells

Brent Rasmussen, former captain of the United States men's sitting volleyball team, has been elected to USA Volleyball's board of directors ©USA Volleyball/Team USASitting volleyball has its first-ever representative on USA Volleyball's Board of Directors after former United States men's captain, Brent Rasmussen, was elected. 

Dorney Lake to host first ever mass participation Para-triathlon event

By Paul Osborne

The UK's inaugural mass participation Para-triathlon event will be held Dorney Lake on August 9 ©Para-TriGreat Britain's inaugural mass participation Para-triathlon event will be held at the prestigious London 2012 rowing venue, Dorney Lake, on August 9.

Strong British squad announced for 2015 European Youth Olympic Festival

By Daniel Etchells

Figure skater Danielle Harrison is one of 15 athletes chosen to represent Team GB at the 2015 European Youth Olympic Festival ©NISAA total of 15 British athletes, spanning four sports, will compete at the 2015 European Youth Olympic Festival (EYOF) in Vorarlberg and Liechtenstein, it has been announced. 
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