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London 2012 legacy project launches Road to Rio mobile app

By Emily Goddard

Sebastian Coe has launched the Road to Rio mobile app ©BOABritish Olympic Association (BOA) chairman Sebastian Coe has called on the young people of the United Kingdom to get moving in the build-up to the next Olympic Games by launching the new Road to Rio mobile app.

Sporting opportunities for deaf boosted in London

By Nick Butler

A new scheme has been launched to raise opportunities for deaf athletes in London ©DEAFinitely InclusiveA new network has been introduced in London with the aim of improving sporting opportunities for deaf people.

Tributes for Vázquez Raña flood in as questions loom over long-term successor

By David Owen

Tributes have been paid to Mario Vázquez Raña, who died last night ©Getty ImagesSports and political leaders - headed by the Presidents of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and his native Mexico - have been paying tribute to Mario Vázquez Raña, a towering figure of modern Olympism, who died on Sunday at the age of 82.

London Mayor predicts Boston 2024 opposition will disappear if they are awarded Olympics

By Duncan Mackay

London Mayor Boris Johnson has predicted that opposition to Boston's bid to host the 2024 Olympics and Paralympics will fade ©British Consulate General  BostonOpposition to Boston hosting the 2024 Olympics and Paralympics will fade away if the city is awarded the Games, London Mayor Boris Johnson predicted during a visit there today. 

Prince Ali claims allegations FIFA report was altered by Blatter aide are "deeply worrying"

By Liam Morgan

Prince Ali believes allegations that Mark Pieth's report was altered to reflect better on Sepp Blatter are "deeply worrying"FIFA Presidential candidate Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein says the accusations that Sepp Blatter's legal adviser altered a key report into reform recommendation are "deeply worrying" and that the Michael Garcia report could also have been interfered with.

Pyeongchang 2018 celebrates three years to go to Winter Olympics

By Emily Goddard

Pyeongchang 2018 has held three years to go celebrations ©Pyeongchang 2018Pyeongchang 2018 has held celebrations marking the three years to go milestone until the Winter Olympic Games.

Egyptian Premier League suspended again after violent clashes leave 22 dead

By Liam Morgan

Egyptian football has been rocked by the death of at least 22 fans before a Premier League match between Zamalek and ENPPI in Cairo ©Getty ImagesAuthorities in Egypt have suspended football league matches in the country indefinitely after violent clashes between supporters and police in Cairo led to at least 22 deaths.

Missing Ugandan rugby players from Commonwealth Games found in Wales

By Daniel Etchells

Benon Kizza and Philip Pariyo represented Uganda at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games but didn't return home ©Getty ImagesTwo Ugandan rugby sevens players who failed to return home following last year's Commonwealth Games in Glasgow have been found playing for an amateur club in Wales.

Explanation for exclusion of seven-a-side football from Tokyo 2020 demanded by CPISRA

By Michael Pavitt

CPISRA have sought reasons for seven-a-side football's exclusion from the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic programme ©Getty ImagesThe Cerebral Palsy International Sports and Recreation Association (CPISRA) have written to the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) to seek detailed reasons for the exclusion of seven-a-side football fromTokyo 2020, labelling the decision a "black day".
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