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Lesun regains modern pentathlon men's world title in Warsaw to complete 2014 hat-trick

By Mike Rowbottom

Russia's Aleksander Lesun won the men's world modern pentathlon title in Warsaw today ©AFP/Getty ImagesAleksander Lesun earned his second individual modern pentathlon world gold in Warsaw today to complete an outstanding hat-trick of international victories in 2014.

Germany and Great Britain gun for gold in Under-22 Wheelchair Basketball European Championship final

By Paul Osborne

Germany booked a spot in the final of the Under-22 European Championships with victory over Turkey ©FacebookGermany and Great Britain will go head to head for continental glory after making it to the final of the Under-22 Wheelchair Basketball European Championship in Zaragoza, Spain.

Exclusive: IOC set to return to Montreux for key meeting ahead of Agenda 2020 reforms

By David Owen

Montreux, on the edge Lake Geneva, is set to hold a key meeting next month in the run-up to December's IOC Session ©AFP/Getty ImagesThe International Olympic Committee's (IOC) top brass is set for a return visit to Montreux, to prepare the way for December's key Session at which a raft of important reforms are expected to be agreed, insidethegames understands.

Exclusive: More Olympic events for women boxers a major aim as Wu confirms bid for third AIBA Presidential term

By Nick Butler

AIBA President CK Wu is hoping to increase the number of events for female boxers on the Olympic programme ©AFP/Getty ImagesInternational Boxing Association (AIBA) President CK Wu has confirmed he will stand for a third and final term at the helm of the sport, with increasing the number of events for female boxers on the Olympic programme a major part of his future vision.

Exclusive: 3x3 basketball is the future of our sport, claims FIBA secretary general

By Paul Osborne

3x3 basketball is the future for growing the sport ©ITG3x3 is the future of the sport of basketball, according to International Basketball Federation (FIBA) secretary general Patrick Baumann.

"Certain individuals" could face punishment over FIFA World Cup bids following ethics report delivery

By Paul Osborne

Michael Garcia has delivered a 350-page report to FIFA's Adjudicatory Chamber on the bidding processes of the 2018 and 2022 World Cups ©Getty Images"Certain individuals" could face punishment over the 2018 and 2022 FIFA World Cup bids following recommendations by FIFA Ethics Committee chairman Michael Garcia, a statement from football's governing body has claimed.

Toronto 2015 test events postponed due to delays with final stages of Velodrome construction

By Nick Butler

Construction is running slightly behind schedule on the Toronto 2015 Velodrome in the town of Milton 50km to the west of the host city ©WikipediaTwo track cycling test events for next summer's Pan American Games scheduled for next month have been postponed due to delays in the final stages of construction for the Toronto 2015 Velodrome, the only such indoor facility in the country.

United States and Spain move step closer to dream FIBA Basketball World Cup final

By Paul Osborne

Spain and United States moved a step closer to a dream final at the FIBA Basketball World Cup ©FIBAThe United States and Spain moved a step closer to a dream final at the FIBA Basketball World Cup after comfortable victories in their round of 16 fixtures.

Deaton shoots 10 after 10 to secure dazzling double gold at Archery World Cup Final

By Nick Butler at the Place de la Navigation in Lausanne

Bridger Deaton celebrates after winning the second of two gold medal on the opening day of the World Cup Final ©World ArcheryAmerican Bridger Deaton beat the two highest ranked men in the world en route to winning the compound title on the opening day of the Archery World Cup Final here this afternoon, while Colombian teenager Sara Lopez won the women's event.
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