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Britain's Burdekin takes quad singles title at Cajun Classic Wheelchair Tennis Tournament

By Paul Osborne

Jamie Burdekin has won his first ever ITF 1 Series title with victory over David Wagner ©Getty ImagesMarch 22 - Great Britain's Jamie Burdekin has secured his first ever International Tennis Federation (ITF) 1 Series quad singles title with victory over world number one David Wagner on the penultimate day of the Cajun Classic Wheelchair Tennis Tournament in Baton Rouge, United States.

"New era" as Turkish Basketball Federation appoint men's team head coach

By Zjan Shirinian

Ergin Ataman has had a successful coaching career and will now hope to lead the national team to medal success ©EB via Getty ImagesMarch 22 - The Turkish Basketball Federation (TBF) has named the person who will lead its men's team through to Rio 2016.

Britain win hat-trick of silvers at Lignano Masters Para Open team competition

By Zjan Shirinian

Will Bayley added team silver to singles gold at the Lignano Master Open ©Getty ImagesMarch 22 - Great Britain's table tennis players came just short of gold in three team events at the Lignano Masters Para Open in Italy, as Ukraine, Serbia and Poland edged the crucial matches.

Invitation for Putin to visit IOC headquarters purely "protocol", officials claim

By Nick Butler in Rio De Janeiro

The invitation extended to Putin by Bach was protocol rather than anything else, the IOC have insisted ©Getty ImagesMarch 22 - An invitation for Russian President Vladimir Putin to visit the International Olympic Committee (IOC) headquarters in Lausanne following Sochi 2014 is "protocol" which happens after every Games, it has been claimed.

Ukraine backed by FIBA to host EuroBasket 2015 but contingency plan to be prepared

By Duncan Mackay

FIBA Europe have backed Ukraine to host EuroBasket 2015 following a meeting in Munich ©FIBA EuropeMarch 22 - Ukraine have been backed to host EuroBasket 2015 despite the current political uncertainty in the country amid deteriorating relations with neighbour Russia.

Exclusive: UK Sport critics are "crazy" claims Pascoe

By Duncan Mackay

Mo Farah won two of Team GB's 29 gold medals at London 2012 ©Getty ImagesMarch 22 - Olympic silver medallist Alan Pascoe, the former vice-chairman of London 2012, has labelled critics who want UK Sport to change how it funds British sport as "crazy".

Double delight for Georgia in Tbilisi Judo Grand Prix

By Paul Osborne

Georgia have surged up the medal table after securing two gold medals on day two of the Tbilisi Judo Grand Prix ©IJFMarch 22 - Georgia have surged up the medal table on the second day of the Tbilisi Judo Grand Prix as their male competitors took two gold medals on the tatami of the Tbilisi Sports Palace.

America progress to quarter-finals of Tokyo HSBC World Series as three teams win all their matches

By Paul Osborne

America progressed to their first quarter-final of the 2013-2014 HSBC Sevens World Series with an impressive performance at the Tokyo Sevens ©IRBMarch 22 - America have reached their first quarter-final of the 2013-2014 HSBC Sevens World Series as England, South Africa and New Zealand won all their games on the opening day at the Prince Chichibu Memorial Ground in Tokyo. 

Line-up revealed for Men's Under-19 Youth Softball World Championships

By Gary Anderson

March 21 – Defending champions Argentina and the United States are among 11 teams taking part in this year's Men's U-19 Youth Softball World Championships ©WBSC/USA-ASA SoftballEleven nations will take to the field in Whitehorse, Canada after the World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) revealed the line-up for this year's Men's Under-19 Youth Softball World Championships, which will run from July 11 to 20.
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