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International Olympic Committee reveal details of new multi-million dollar headquarters

By Duncan Mackay

Olympic Unity House will become the IOC's new headquarters in Lausanne ©IOCDetails have been released of the new headquarters the International Olympic Committee plan to build in Lausanne.

International Judo Federation tighten rules against match fixing

By Nick Butler

New stipulations again match fixing have been released by the IJF ©IJFNew rules regarding match fixing have been published by the International Judo Federation (IJF) in order to tighten up policy in an increasingly important area in 21st century sport.

Devi plans to use year ban from boxing to prepare for Rio 2016 and write autobiography

By Nick Butler

Sarita Devi was banned after refused to accept the bronze medal she won in Incheon ©Getty ImagesIndian boxer Sarita Devi has vowed to use the one-year ban imposed after she refused to accept an Asian Games bronze medal to build towards winning an Olympic title at Rio 2016, while she also claims she plans to release an autobiography.

Loch increases World Cup advantage in front of home crowd

By Daniel Etchells

Germany's Felix Loch celebrates his latest World Cup triumph ©Getty ImagesOlympic champion Felix Loch increased his advantage in the Viessmann International Luge Federation (FIL) World Cup rankings after returning to winning ways in Königssee, Germany, today.

Tickets for 2015 World Archery Championships go on sale

By Liam Morgan

The 2015 World Archery Championships begin in Copenhagen on July 26 ©World ArcheryTickets have gone on sale for the finals of this year's World Archery Championships in Copenhagen, with the tournament giving nations their first chance of a securing a qualification place for Rio 2016.

David marks ninth anniversary of first world number one ranking by topping latest list

By Daniel Etchells

Malaysia's Nicol David first topped the world rankings in January 2006 and has held the coveted position since August of that year ©Getty ImagesMalaysia's Nicol David has marked the ninth anniversary of her first topping the Women's Squash Association (WSA) world rankings by retaining her place at the summit of the game for a record-breaking 102nd month.

Sochi 2014 Paralympic bronze medallist releases new autobiography

By Nick Butler

Paralympic bronze medalist Amy Purdy has released an autobiography ©Getty ImagesAmerica's Sochi 2014 Paralympic bronze medal winning snowboarder Amy Purdy has documented her recovery from a double amputation with the release of an autobiography.

Australian wheelchair rugby team shortlisted for AIS Sport Performance award

By Daniel Etchells

Australia's success at the 2014 International Wheelchair Rugby Federation World Championship has been recognised by the AIS ©IWRF/Brian MouridsenAustralia's wheelchair rugby team has been shortlisted for Team of the Year at the inaugural Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) Sport Performance Awards (ASPAs) after winning the 2014 International Wheelchair Rugby Federation World Championship title in Odense, Denmark.

US Paralympics recruiting classification coordinator

By Daniel Etchells

US Paralympics is looking to recruit a classification coordinator ©US ParalympicsUS Paralympics is looking to recruit a classification coordinator, responsible for administering and implementing the organisation's national classification system and strategy.
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