By Paul Osborne Work on Peru's High Performance Centre (CAR) is progressing in the established time frame and will be completed by October, according to the Peruvian Olympic Committee (COP).
By Paul OsborneThe world of women's rugby was left stunned today after Ireland produced one of the biggest shocks in World Cup history with a 17-14 victory over New Zealand.
By Paul OsborneTop seeds got their campaigns off with a bang today as the United States, Canada, Japan and Australia all recorded opening wins on the second day of the International Wheelchair Rugby Federation World Championships in Odense, Denmark.
By Paul OsborneUkraine have continued their brilliant showing at the International Paralympic Committee Swimming European Championships in Eindhoven, adding five more gold medals to remain atop the leaderboard.
By Zjan ShirinianThe "harmonious diversity of the Brazilian people" is the inspiration behind the multi-coloured look of the Rio 2016 Games, unveiled to mark two years to go until the Opening Ceremony.
By Gary AndersonRoman Kreuziger has insisted he has done nothing wrong as he gets set to go to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) to get his suspension lifted after accusing the International Cycling Union (UCI) of breaking its own rules over alleged doping violations.
By Paul OsborneMark Cuban, owner of National Basketball Association (NBA) team the Dallas Mavericks, has begun a fresh row over the sending of NBA players to the Olympics following the injury to Indiana Pacers star Paul George.
By Paul Osborne at Stirling Square in LondonGreat Britain is on track to meet its goal of becoming the first nation ever to win more Olympic and Paralympic medals post hosting the event, according to Simon Timson, director of performance at UK Sport.
By Zjan ShirinianThe Chef de Mission of Australia's Olympic squad has named six more team leaders for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, headed by golf Major winner Ian Baker-Finch.
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