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Olympic bronze medallist to ride at World Equestrian Games after suspension lifted

By Nick Butler

Olympic bronze medallist Jonathan Paget has had his suspension lifted following the completion of the inquiry ©Getty ImagesNew Zealand's Jock Paget has been officially cleared of any wrongdoing following his horse Clifton Promise failing a doping test last year, the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) has announced today.

First High Diving World Cup to showcase Kazan ahead of World Aquatics Championships

By Nick Butler

Reigning world champion Orlando Duque will be among those competing in Kazan ©Getty ImagesA major step on the road to the Kazan 2015 World Aquatics Championships will take place from tomorrow with the start of the inaugural International Swimming Federation (FINA) High Diving World Cup in the Russian city. 

Sir Bradley confirmed to race at Prudential RideLondon-Surrey Classic

By Paul Osborne

Sir Bradley Wiggins has been confirmed as a late entry in this years Prudential RideLondon-Surrey Classic ©Getty ImagesFormer Tour de France winner Sir Bradley Wiggins has been confirmed as a late entry in this year's Prudential RideLondon-Surrey Classic, it was announced today.

Video unveiled to mark one year to go until Toronto 2015 Parapan American Games

By Nick Butler

David Eng, a member of the Canadian Paralympic gold medal winning wheelchair basketball team, is one of the athletes showcased in the video ©Getty ImagesA video has been unveiled by the Canadian Paralympic Committee today to celebrate the one year anniversary until the Toronto 2015 Parapan American Games.

Silverman smashes 400m freestyle world record at Pan Pacific Para-Swimming Championships

By Emily Goddard

Ian Silverman has smashed the 400m freestyle S10 world record at the Pan Pacific Para-Swimming Championships ©Getty ImagesParalympic champion Ian Silverman has smashed the men's 400 metres freestyle S10 world record, which has stood for nearly 13 years, to take gold on the first day of the Pan Pacific Para-Swimming Championships in California.

Top seeds dominate at Wheelchair Rugby World Championships

By Paul Osborne

Top seeds have recorded convincing wins on day three of the Wheelchair Rugby World Championships ©Brian Mouridsen/IWRFIt was another straightforward day for the top seeds in Odense, Denmark today with the United States, Japan, Australia and Canada all securing wins on day three of International Wheelchair Rugby Federation World Championships.

Briton Chippington claims two more titles at Para-Canoe World Championships

By Gary Anderson

Jeanette Chippington has claimed two gold medals at the Para-canoe World Championships ©ICFGreat Britain's Jeanette Chippington claimed two more titles on the opening day of action at the International Canoe Federation (ICF) Sprint Canoe World Championships in Moscow.

Britain's Slater continues fine form with two golds at IPC Swimming European Championships

By Paul Osborne

Stephanie Slater was in top form at the IPC European Swimming championships today as she secured two gold medals an broke one world record ©Getty ImagesGreat Britain's Stephanie Slater was on fine form in the pool today as she secured two gold medals and one world record on day three of the International Paralympic Committee Swimming European Championships in Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

Tokyo 2020 reviewing "several options" for alternate sailing venue

By Zjan Shirinian

Original plans were for the Wakasu Olympic Marina to host sailing events during the Tokyo 2020 Games ©Getty ImagesThe sailing venue for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics could be moved as part of a widening review into original plans for the Games.
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