Top Story

Former Fijian men's coach Tanivula to lead women's side at China Sevens

By Gary Anderson

March 25 - Fiji's women will be led by Iliesa Tanivula at next month's China Sevens ©IRB/Martin Seras LimaFormer Fiji national seven's coach Iliesa Tanivula has been put in temporary charge of the country's women's side for the upcoming China Sevens tournament next month after current coach Timoci Wainiqolo had to pull out because of work commitments.

Austria, Norway and Sweden could co-host 2020 men's European Handball Championship if expansion plans passed

By Emily Goddard

The EHF has said Austria, Norway and Sweden could potentially co-host the 2020 men's European Championships if a planned expansion goes ahead ©EHFMarch 24 - The European Handball Federation (EHF) has revealed Austria, Norway and Sweden could potentially co-host the 2020 men's European Championships if plans to expand the continental tournament to 24 nations go ahead.

Qatar is a model nation for school sport, says UN official Lemke

By Emily Goddard

Wilfried Lemke says Qatar is a model nation for school sport ©Getty ImagesMarch 24 - Wilfried Lemke, the United Nations secretary general's special adviser on sport for development and peace, has spoken out in praise of Qatar's contributions to the development of sport in the region.

Britain recruits 12 potential new Paratriathletes with Rio 2016 in mind

By Emily Goddard

British Triathlon has identified 12 new potential Paratriathletes for its squad ©British TriathlonMarch 24 - British Triathlon has recruited 12 potential new Paratriathletes with Rio 2016 in mind following its latest talent identification event in Loughborough.

Exclusive: US decision to sanction SportAccord Convention Executive Committee member "bizarre" claims Vizer

By Duncan Mackay

Russian businessman Arkady Rotenberg has been offered his full support by Marius Vizer, President of SportAccord and the International Judo Federation ©Getty ImagesMarch 24 - SportAccord International Convention President Marius Vizer has condemned the decision by the United States to place billionaire Russian businessman Arkady Rotenberg, a member of its Executive Committee, on its sanctions list , calling it "bizarre" but offered him the organisation's full support.

Exclusive: Fiji's netball and rugby sevens teams will not compete at Glasgow 2014

By Paul Osborne

Fiji will not be sending a rugby sevens or netball team to the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow ©Getty ImagesMarch 24 - Fiji's netball and rugby sevens team will not compete at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, insidethegames has learned.

Mexico exploring possible bid for 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games

By Paul Osborne

Mexico has shown an interest in hosting the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games after setting up a political sports commission ©Bongarts/Getty ImagesMarch 24 - A potential Mexican bid for the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games is on the horizon following reports a political sports commission has been set up to study the viability of a bid from the country.

Putin appoints Deputy Prime Minister responsible for Sochi 2014 to be in charge of Crimea

By Duncan Mackay

Dmtry Kozak, who delivered the final address at the Closing Ceremony of the Sochi 2014 Paralympics, has been given a new role in Crimea by Russian President Vladimir Putin ©Getty ImagesMarch 24 - Russian President Vladimir Putin today appointed Dmitry Kozak, the Deputy Prime Minister who oversaw preparations for Sochi 2014, to be in charge of the economic development of Crimea.

India's hockey team threaten to pull out of Glasgow 2014 over visa row

By Gary Anderson

March 24 - Harbir Singh Sandhu (right) has been denied a visa by the UK Home Office which has ruled him out of Glasgow 2014 ©Getty ImagesHockey India has threatened to pull its men's team out of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games after it emerged one of its players has been refused a visa by the UK Home Office.
Page 48 of 772