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Supreme Court orders Pakistan Olympic Association to re-hold "null and void" 2012 elections

By Zjan Shirinian

The Pakistan Olympic Association will have to re-hold the bulk of its elections within 75 days ©POAThe Pakistan Olympic Association (POA) has been ordered to re-run its election after the country's Supreme Court ruled the 2012 vote was almost entirely "null and void".

Exclusive: Hunt appears to have left BOA with substantial pay-off

By David Owen

Andy Hunt left his post as chief executive of the British Olympic Association in February 2013 ©Getty ImagesAndy Hunt, the former British Olympic Association (BOA) chief executive, looks to have received a handsome - possibly six-figure - pay-off when he left the organisation in February 2013.

India "killing cricket" by not participating in Asian Games, claims Sheikh Ahmad

By Nick Butler at the Main Press Centre in Incheon

Sheikh Ahmad strongly criticised the Indian decision to skip the Games ©AFP/Getty ImagesOlympic Council of Asia President Sheikh Ahmad Al Fahad Al Sabah has launched a scathing attack on the Board of Control for Cricket in India, claiming they put financial interests ahead of promotional and competitive ones by not fielding teams at the Asian Games.

China end Incheon 2014 on a high after monopolising table tennis singles finals

By Nick Butler at the Incheon Asiad Main Stadium

Xu Xin en route to the singles table tennis title ©AFP/Getty ImagesTwo of the best players in the world claimed table tennis singles spoils here on the final day of action at the Asian Games, as Xu Xin and Liu Shiwen each overcame Chinese team mates in their final matches.

IOC member Ramsamy urges International Paralympic Committee not to stand still

By Daniel Etchells

Sam Ramsamy believes the International Paralympic Committee must continue to look to the future ©Getty ImagesSam Ramsamy, International Olympic Committee (IOC) delegate member to sport for athletes with a disability, has urged the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) to continue tweaking the Paralympic Games in order to ensure its growth.

Fiji claim Oceania Sevens title with impressive win over All Blacks

By Gary Anderson

Fiji secured the Oceania Sevens title with a win over New Zealand in Noosa ©AFP/Getty ImagesFiji claimed their first Oceania Sevens title in Noosa after an impressive 21-5 win over pre-tournament favourites New Zealand, while there was better news for the All Blacks' women who prevailed against big rivals Australia in their final clash.

England legend Wilkinson marks one-year until Rugby World Cup kick-off in Newcastle

By Gary Anderson

Jonny Wilkinson was in Newcastle with the Webb Ellis Cup and met some volunteers of The Pack as the city marks one year to go until it hosts its first Rugby World Cup 2015 match ©England 2015Former England star Jonny Wilkinson was in Newcastle today to mark one-year to go until St James' Park hosts its first match of Rugby World Cup 2015.

Turkey cling on against Serbia to claim semi-final berth at Basketball World Championship for Women

By Gary Anderson

Lara Sanders of Turkey powers to the basket in her side's quarter-final win over Serbia ©Getty ImagesHosts Turkey squeezed into the semi-finals of the Basketball World Championship for Women by a single point after defeating Serbia 62-61 in Istanbul, joining reigning champions the United States, Australia and Spain in the last four.

"I'd just love to be an Olympic athlete," says Irish golfer Harrington

By Gary Anderson

Irishman Padraig Harrington says his main focus now is securing a place at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games ©Getty ImagesIreland's three-time major winner Padraig Harrington has expressed his burning desire to take part at Rio 2016 when golf returns to the Olympic programme after a more than 100-year absence.
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