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National Olympic Committee of the Republic of Belarus appoint new secretary general

By Liam Morgan

The National Olympic Committee of Belarus have appointed Anatoly Kotov as their new secretary general ©NOCRBThe National Olympic Committee of the Republic of Belarus (NOCRB) have announced they have appointed Anatoly Kotov as their new secretary general.

FIS Halfpipe World Cup in Québec City cancelled due to lack of snow and poor quality halfpipe

By Liam Morgan

The FIS Halfpipe World Cup event has been cancelled due to a poor quality halfpipe and a lack of snow at the Canadian resort of StonehamThe International Ski Federation (FIS) Halfpipe World Cup in Québec City later this month has been cancelled due to a lack of snow and a poor quality halfpipe, it was announced today.

Gambian National Olympic Committee distribute Japanese grant towards sporting equipment

By Nick Butler

Sporting equipment has been sent to four different national sporting associations in The Gambia ©AFP/Getty ImagesSporting equipment worth GMD D2,103,465 (£33,000/$45,400/ €43,100) has been distributed to sporting associations by the Gambia National Olympic Committee (GNOC) following a grant allocated by the Japanese Government. 

USRowing and Shimano extend sponsorship agreement

By Liam Morgan

USRowing have extended their agreement with Shimano to cover their major events this year ©USRowingShimano will be the official results and live streaming sponsor of the 2015 USRowing Masters National Championships among other events over the next year, USRowing have announced.

Canada and US take maximum points in World Sledge Hockey Challenge openers

By Michael Pavitt

Paralympics champions the US won a rematch of the Sochi 2014 Winter Paralympics final against Russia ©Getty ImagesThe 2015 World Sledge Hockey Challenge got underway in Leduc, Canada, where the hosts routed the South Korean team and in a rematch of the Sochi 2014 Winter Paralympics final, Russia failed to gain revenge as were beaten again by the United States.

France earn shock men's open relay triumph on final day of IPC Nordic Skiing World Championships

By Liam Morgan

The French team claimed a surprise mens open relay victory as they beat defending champions Russia in Cable ©Getty ImagesFrance claimed a shock men's 4x2.5 kilometres open relay victory as they beat reigning champions Russia on the final day of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Nordic Skiing World Championships at Cable.

Hong Kong player holds on to win Hungary Open and clinch second career ITTF World Tour title

By Liam Morgan

Jiang Tianyi claimed his second career ITTF World Tour title with victory over Jeong Sangeun in an epic final in Budapest ©Getty ImagesHong Kong's Jiang Tianyi fought off a valiant recovery from Jeong Sang-eun of South Korea to clinch his first International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) World Tour title for seven years at the Hungary Open in Budapest.

Competition draws to a close in Slovakia as Granada takes baton

By Michael Pavitt

Russia have dominated competition at the Slovakian venues ©FISUThe Slovakian leg of the 2015 Winter Universiade came to a close today, with the Russian team once again rising to the top of the podium in Štrbské Pleso.

South Korean clinches overall ISU World Cup mass start title

By Liam Morgan

Lee Seung-Hoon clinched the overall title with victory in the men's mass start race in Hamar ©Getty ImagesSouth Korea's Lee Seung-Hoon sealed the International Skating Union (ISU) World Cup men's mass start overall title as he claimed a dominant victory in Hamar, Norway.
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