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Toronto 2015 test events postponed due to delays with final stages of Velodrome construction

By Nick Butler

Construction is running slightly behind schedule on the Toronto 2015 Velodrome in the town of Milton 50km to the west of the host city ©WikipediaTwo track cycling test events for next summer's Pan American Games scheduled for next month have been postponed due to delays in the final stages of construction for the Toronto 2015 Velodrome, the only such indoor facility in the country.

United States and Spain move step closer to dream FIBA Basketball World Cup final

By Paul Osborne

Spain and United States moved a step closer to a dream final at the FIBA Basketball World Cup ©FIBAThe United States and Spain moved a step closer to a dream final at the FIBA Basketball World Cup after comfortable victories in their round of 16 fixtures.

Deaton shoots 10 after 10 to secure dazzling double gold at Archery World Cup Final

By Nick Butler at the Place de la Navigation in Lausanne

Bridger Deaton celebrates after winning the second of two gold medal on the opening day of the World Cup Final ©World ArcheryAmerican Bridger Deaton beat the two highest ranked men in the world en route to winning the compound title on the opening day of the Archery World Cup Final here this afternoon, while Colombian teenager Sara Lopez won the women's event.

Puerto Rico record shock victory to set up juicy final day of pool play at Volleyball World Championship

By Paul Osborne

Puerto Rico record superb victory over Italy to keep hopes of progression alive at Volleyball World Championships ©Getty ImagesPuerto Rico provided the shock of the tournament at the Volleyball World Championship today as they fought from behind to defeat Italy and set up a thrilling final day of pool play action in Kraków, Poland.

Hesjedal wins stage 14 of Vuelta a España as Froome begins fightback

By Nick Butler

Ryder Hesjedal powers to victory on stage 14 of the Vuelta a España ©AFP/Getty ImagesCanada's Ryder Hesjedal produced a superb finish to win stage 14 of the Vuelta a España from Santander to La Camperona today, but an intriguing final week has been set up after Great Britain's Chris Froome gained time on the other overall contenders.

Sport England partners with Great North Run to help encourage more people to take up running

By Paul Osborne

Sport England has entered into a partnership with the Great North Run ©Getty ImagesSport England is teaming up with organisers of one of the world's most popular half marathons, the Great North Run, in an attempt to help encourage more people to take up running.

Browne targets breaking 21-second barrier in 200m T44 after setting another world record

By Zjan Shirinian

Richard Browne has his eyes fixed on breaking the 21 second barrier in the 200m T44 ©Getty ImagesAfter shaving three tenths off his own 200 metres T44 world record yesterday, American Richard Browne has set his sights on the ambitious aim of breaking the elusive 21-second barrier.

Karate officials meet with Japanese Olympic Committee to discuss Agenda 2020

By Gary Anderson

WKF officials have met with JOC President and Tokyo 2020 vice-President Tsunekazu Takeda following a Premier League event in Okinawa ©WKFOfficials from the World Karate Federation (WKF) have met with President of the Japanese Olympic Committee and vice-president of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games, Tsunekazu Takeda, in a meeting discussing the sport's potential inclusion on the Olympic programme in six years' time.

Japan and the United States to face off in Women's Baseball World Cup final

By Paul Osborne

Japan and America are set to go head to head in the Women's Baseball World Cup final ©FacebookThe world's top two teams, Japan and the United States, will meet in the gold medal showdown of the 2014 Women's Baseball World Cup.
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