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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".

Toshiba named official sponsor for 2015 Rugby World Cup

By Michael Pavitt

Toshiba have been announced as an official partner for England 2015Global electronics giant Toshiba are the latest company to become an official sponsor for the 2015 Rugby World Cup in England, it was announced today. 

Maze moves a step closer to history after winning Alpine combined world title

By Liam Morgan

Tina Maze claimed her second gold medal of the championships with victory in the womens super combined event ©Getty ImagesSlovenia's Tina Maze sealed her second gold medal of the International Ski Federation (FIS) Alpine World Ski Championships as she claimed victory in the women's super combined event at Vail and Beaver Creek, Colorado.

Nordic skier Soule named IPC January Athlete of the Month

By Emily Goddard

Andrew Soule is the IPC January Athlete of the Month ©Getty ImagesNordic skier Andrew Soule of the United States has been voted as the International Paralympic Committee's (IPC) Athlete of the Month after a record-breaking January.

IBSA invites feedback on draft harassment policy ahead of World Games in Seoul

By Liam Morgan

The IBSA are inviting feedback on their proposed harassment policy which they aim to bring in ahead of the World Games in Seoul in MayThe International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) have invited feedback from member organisations, athletes, coaches, support staff and other stakeholders concerning their harassment policy, which they plan to bring in before the 2015 IBSA World Games in Seoul.
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