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"I will walk again" vows Olympic gold medallist Van Dyken-Rouen after horror accident

By Gary Anderson

Six-time Olympic champion Amy Van Dyken-Rouen has vowed to walk again after an accident has left her paralysed from the waist down ©Getty Images Six-time Olympic swimming champion Amy Van Dyken-Rouen has vowed she will walk again just three weeks after an accident involving an all-terrain vehicle left her paralysed from the waist down.

Wiggins confirmed on England track team for Glasgow 2014 after missing out on Tour de France

By Gary Anderson

Sir Bradley Wiggins will race on the track and the road at Glasgow 2014 ©Getty Images Sir Bradley Wiggins will target Commonwealth Games gold on the track at Glasgow 2014 next month after it was confirmed he is part of the England track cycling squad following his omission from Team Sky's line-up for the Tour de France.

Medal-winning junior weightlifters awarded by Indonesian National Olympic Committee

By Zjan Shirinian

Indonesian National Olympic Committee President Rita Subowo, with weightlifters Sri Wahyuni Agustiani and Syarah Anggraini, their coach and representatives of the Indonesian Weightlifting Federation ©Indonesian National Olympic CommitteeThe Indonesian National Olympic Committee has heaped praise and prizes on two medal-winning weightlifters at an awards ceremony.

New-look website launched ahead of record breaking IPC Shooting World Championships in Suhl

By Gary Anderson

IPC Shooting has launched a new-look website ahead of the World Championships in Germany next month ©IPC ShootingA new-look website has been launched by the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) ahead of what is expected to be the largest Shooting World Championships ever in Suhl, Germany, next month.

Canada celebrates Toronto triumph as they secure women’'s wheelchair basketball world title

By Gary Anderson

Hosts Canada celebrate their World Championship win after defeating Germany in today's final ©Wheelchair Basketball CanadaHosts Canada secured a memorable win on home soil today as they squeezed passed Paralympic champions Germany in the gold medal match at the Women's Wheelchair Basketball World Championships in Toronto.

Hosts Finland aiming for gold at IBSA Goalball World Championships

By Emily Goddard

Hosts Finland are aiming for gold at the 2014 IBSA Goalball World Championships ©Getty ImagesFinland's men are aiming for gold on home turf as the nation prepares to host this year's International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Goalball World Championships in Espoo.

Hometown triumph highlights ITU Para-triathlon in Chicago

By Duncan Mackay

Hailey Danesewicz was one of seven Americans to win their category at the ITU World Triathlon Series event in Chicago ©USA TriathlonNearly 60 competitors in five categories took in the International Triathlon Union (ITU) Paratriathlon Chicago event today, with the highlight being the victory of local athlete Hailey Danesewicz over countrywoman Melissa Stockwell, the three-time world champion, who also comes from the Windy City. 

Sochi 2014 "truly groundbreaking for technology" claims IOC as debrief begins in Pyeongchang

By Duncan Mackay at the Alpensia Convention Centre in Pyeongchang

Sochi 2014 have been praised for the width and quality of its technology programme at the Winter Olympics and Paralympics ©Sochi 2014Sochi 2014 has been hailed as "truly groundbreaking for technology" by the International Olympic Committee's (IOC) technology director Jean-Benoît Gauthier as a debrief into the controversial Games started here today.

Adidas asserts grip in Battle of the Brands as World Cup heads for knockout stages

By David Owen

Adidas has taken a grip on the World Cup Battle of the Brands ©AFP/Getty ImagesAdidas teams enjoyed a storming final round of group-stage matches at the World Cup in Brazil, as those supplied by rival Puma wilted.
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