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Jeju prepares to host final Judo Grand Prix of the year

By Paul Osborne

The Jeju Judo Grand Prix is due to get underway tomorrow ©IJFCompetitors from across the globe have made the trip to South Korea's Jeju City as they prepare for the final Judo Grand Prix of the season.

Medal record corrected for Innsbruck 1964 US skating pair half-century after event

By Daniel Etchells

The confusion surrounding Vivian and Ronald Joseph's bronze medal stemmed from the 1964 Winter Olympic Games in Innsbruck ©Olympic MuseumMore than 50 years after competing at the 1964 Winter Olympic Games in Innsbruck, United States figure skating duo Vivian and Ronald Joseph can finally lay claim to bronze medals.

Whiley defeats world number one Kamiji on opening day of NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters

By Emily Goddard

Jordanne Whiley has continued her amazing year with a top seed defeat on day one of the Wheelchair Tennis Masters ©NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters/FacebookGreat Britain's Jordanne Whiley secured a shock victory over world number one Yui Kamiji of Japan as the NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters opened today at the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London.

Loughborough University appoints administration maestro as executive director of sport

By Daniel Etchells

John Steele has been appointed executive director of sport at Loughborough University ©Loughborough UniversityLoughborough University has announced the appointment of John Steele, one of the biggest names in sports administration, as its executive director of sport.

Congolese sports federations to recognise existence of national legal body

By Nick Butler

Republic of Congo will hope to benefit from the decision to bring all sports under judicial control ©Getty ImagesSteps have been taken to try to strengthen the autonomy of the Olympic Movement in the Republic of Congo. 

Russian women and Swedish men first to qualify for European Curling Championships playoffs

By Emily Goddard

Russia, skipped by Anna Sidorova, were the first women's team to qualify for the European Curling Championships playoffs ©WCF/Richard GrayRussia's women and Sweden's men have become the first squads to qualify for the playoffs at the European Curling Championships at the Palladium de Champéry in Switzerland.

International Fencing Federation signs historic broadcast deal with Euronews

By Daniel Etchells

The International Fencing Federation has signed a three-year partnership with Euronews ©EuronewsThe International Fencing Federation (FIE) has announced a historic agreement with Euronews which will see the television news channel promote the broad scope of fencing disciplines and championships to its upmarket audience.

Scotland to host international inclusive skating competition

By Emily Goddard

The international Inclusive Skating competition will take place in Scotland next year ©Inclusive Skating/FacebookScotland has been awarded the hosting rights of next year's international Inclusive Skating tournament following funding from the National Lottery's Awards for All programme.

Reigning champion Kamiji opens campaign against doubles partner at NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters

By Daniel Etchells

Yui Kamiji (right) and doubles partner Jordanne Whiley (left) face each other on the opening day of the NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters ©Getty ImagesJapan's Yui Kamiji begins the defence of her NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters title against her Grand Slam winning doubles partner Jordanne Whiley at the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London tomorrow.
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