Top Story

Association of Tennis Professionals threaten Asian Games players with three-year bans

By Nick Butler at the Main Press Centre in Incheon

Taiwanese star Lu Yen-hsun is among the players who faces a fine and ban if he does not withdraw from the Asian Games ©Getty ImagesLeading male tennis players have reportedly been threatened with a three-year ban and a $100,000 (£61,000/€78,000) fine if they do not withdraw from the singles competition at the Asian Games to compete at the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) China Open in Beijing.

West Ham United reveal details of Olympic Stadium hospitality package as new images released

By Paul Osborne

West Ham has released new CGI images of what the Olympic Stadium will look like once renovation work in completed ©West HamWest Ham United has released new CGI images of what the Olympic Stadium will look like once renovation work has been completed and also revealed details of their hospitality package. 

Iran rowing and cycling victories top bill on day six at Incheon 2014

By Nick Butler at the Main Press Centre in Incheon

Mohsen Shadinaghadeh of Iran celebrates a nail-biting single sculls rowing victory ©Getty ImagesIranian athletes enjoyed two brilliant victories here on day six of the Asian Games, a surprising single sculls rowing triumph followed by a cycling victory absolutely no one could have predicted by a rider ranked 235th in the world.

Players gear up for Ryder Cup at Gleneagles as Europe go for hat-trick

By Paul Osborne 

The Ryder Cup will get underway at Gleneagles tomorrow ©Getty ImagesJust two years after Europe's historic final day turn-around at the Medinah Country Club in Illinois, Team Europe and Team US are set to go head to head again for the top prize in international team golf as Gleneagles gets ready to host the 2014 Ryder Cup.

Cairo awarded World Junior Squash Championships

By Duncan Mackay

The World Squash Federation have awarded the Women’s World Junior Team Squash Championship to Cairo ©WSFCario has been chosen to host the 2015 World Squash Federation (WSF) World Junior Championships, including the women's team where they will be defending the title they won in Wroclaw, Poland, last year. 

Swiss watch brand Longines extends partnership with World Archery

By Paul Osborne

Longines has announced the continuation of its partnership with Wordl Archery ©LonginesSwiss watch brand Longines has announced the continuation of its partnership with World Archery, first entered into in 2008.

Call for schools to help young Zimbabwean athletes prepare for regional event in Bulawayo

By Nick Butler

Schools must help prepare coaches for the Games, a leading ZOC official is claiming ©ZOCSchools have been challenged by the Zimbabwe Olympic Committee to assist coaches in the preparation of athletes for the Regional Five Youth Games taking place in Bulawayo in December.

Boost for Swedish Paralympic sport as long-term deal signed

By Zjan Shirinian

It is hoped the agreement will strengthen awareness of Paralympic sport in Sweden ©Getty ImagesAwareness around Paralympic sport in Sweden will be boosted by the signing of what has been described as a "long-term agreement", chiefs in the country hope.

Fiji to host National Anti-Doping Workshop ahead of new WADA Code

By Emily Goddard

Fiji is hosting a National Anti-Doping Workshop in Suva on October 4 ©FASANOCFiji is due to host a National Anti-Doping Workshop to prepare its athletes and officials ahead of next year's new World Anti-Doping Code.
Page 51 of 1137