By David OwenSaudi Arabia has become the latest country to chip in to the World Anti-Doping Agency's (WADA) embryonic fund for new anti-doping research, donating $100,000 (£60,000/€77,000) as the first instalment of an eventual $500,000 (£304,000/€389,000) contribution.
Emily GoddardScott Blackmun, chief executive of the United States Olympic Committee, has admitted he is disturbed by domestic abuse charges against national women's football team goalkeeper and Olympic champion Hope Solo.
By Nick Butler at the Main Press Centre in Incheon
Tajikistan footballer Khurshed Beknazarov has become the first athlete at the Asian Games to test positive for banned drugs and be disqualified from the event here.
By Nick Butler at the Main Press Centre in IncheonGymnast Hong Un-jong earned the first North Korean gold in a sport other than weightlifting today on the sixth day of action at the Asian Games, defeating 39-year-old Uzbek Oksana Chusovitina in the women's vault final.
By Paul OsborneGreat Britain's four-time Olympic gold medallist Sir Bradley Wiggins has won the men's time trial at the International Cycling Union (UCI) Road World Championships in Ponferrada.
By Emily GoddardA London 2012 Olympic gold medal is set to feature in a small local charity auction in Norfolk, England, after it was anonymously donated during a valuation day.
By Paul OsborneThe clock is ticking in Dubai as the Gulf state eagerly anticipates the opening of the Badminton World Federation (BWF) Destination Dubai World Superseries Finals in less than 100 days.
By Duncan MackayIsraeli secret service agent Mike Harari, who helped plot Mossad's revenge attacks against Palestinian militants implicated in the 1972 Munich massacre of the country's Olympics team, has died at the age of 87.
By Mike RowbottomKatherine Grainger, Britain's multiple Olympic and world rowing medallist, is making what could be a comeback for Rio 2016 after a two-year break from the sport.
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