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Kenworthy and Onozuka claim final wins of Park City Freestyle Skiing World Cup

By Emily Goddard

Gus Kenworthy claimed the men's halfpipe gold at the Freestyle Skiing World Cup/United States Grand Prix ©Getty ImagesHome athlete Gus Kenworthy and Japan's Ayana Onozuka claimed the final gold medals of the Freestyle Skiing World Cup/United States Grand Prix as they topped the halfpipe podiums in Park City.

Košir secures second consecutive Snowboard World Cup victory in Japan

By Michael Pavitt

Žan Košir made it two victories in as many days in Japan ©AFP/Getty ImagesDouble Olympic medallist Žan Košir of Slovenia made it back to back victories in the parallel giant slalom event at the International Ski Federation Alpine Snowboard World Cup in Asahikawa, Japan, while Switzerland's Julie Zogg earned victory in the women's event.

Pakistan see off brave Zimbabwe as Sri Lanka add to England's Cricket World Cup misery

By Michael Pavitt

Pakistan eventually saw off Zimbabwe in a dramatic match ©Getty ImagesPakistan overcame Zimbabwe in a thrilling climax to their Cricket World Cup Pool B match, to record their first win of the tournament in Brisbane, Australia.

Wheelchair ultimate and squash among sports being considered for IWAS recognition

By Duncan Mackay

Wheelchair frisbee could one day feature in the Paralympics if it is recognised by the IWAS ©YouTubeWheelchair ultimate and squash could be among new disciplines recognised by the International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation (IWAS), it has been revealed.

Snowflake shaped medals unveiled for Panorama 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships

By Emily Goddard

Snowflake shaped medals unveiled for the Panorama 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships ©Alpine Canada/InstagramGold, silver and bronze snowflake shaped medals have been unveiled for the 2015 International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Alpine Skiing World Championships, set to get underway with the Opening Ceremony in Panorama today.

Indoor Para-rowing world records fall in Canada and France

By Emily Goddard

Curtis Halladay and Cameron Sinclair have broken world records at the Canadian Indoor Rowing Championships in Mississauga ©Cameron Sinclair/TwitterCanadian Para-rowers Curtis Halladay and Cameron Sinclair have broken world records at the Canadian Indoor Rowing Championships in Mississauga, Ontario.

Rio 2016 golf protesters confront Bach as IOC Executive Board meeting draws to close

By Duncan Mackay at the Windsor Atlântica Hotel in Rio de Janeiro

Golf protester Rio 2016Campaigners angry at construction of the golf course being built for next year's Olympics, which they claim will damage the environment, confronted International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach here today. 

Blatter sets December 18 deadline for Qatar 2022 World Cup final

By Michael Pavitt

FIFA President Sepp Blatter has claimed the 2022 World Cup will go on no later than December 18 ©AFP/Getty ImagesFIFA President Sepp Blatter has claimed the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar will finish no later than December 18.

Zimbabwe appoints Chef de Mission for Rio 2016

By Liam Morgan

The Zimbabwe Olympic Committee have appointed veteran sports administrator Titus Zvomuya as their Chef de Mission for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro ©FacebookThe Zimbabwe Olympic Committee (ZOC) have announced the appointment of Titus Zvomuya as their Chef de Mission for Rio 2016. 
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