By Paul OsborneA director of annual giving to help manage the United States Olympic and Paralympic Foundation, which helps fund some of the nation's top elite athletes, is being recruited.
By Duncan Mackay Azerbaijan puled off a shock victory on the opening day of the FIVB Volleyball Women's World Championships when they beat Japan in the opening round of matches at the PalaFlorio in Bari.
By Paul Osborne at the Fulham Reach Boat Club in LondonA new boat club has been established in London in an effort to dispel the myth that rowing is just for the elite and give local state schools and the community the opportunity to enjoy one of Great Britain's most successful Olympic sports.
By Daniel EtchellsPentathlon GB, Great Britain's national governing body for modern pentathlon, has announced the appointment of Nigel Laughton as its new chief executive.
By Duncan Mackay at the Main Press Centre in IncheonA deal has been signed here for coaches, referees and officials from across Asia to be trained at the Qatar Olympic Academy (QOA) in Doha, it has been announced.
By Paul OsborneOttobock Healthcare, which claims to be the world's leading supplier of innovative solutions for people with limited mobility, has successfully concluded the first of its running clinics to take place in China.
By Zjan ShirinianThere are five days left to vote for the outstanding rowers of 2014 ahead of an annual awards night in November.
By Zjan ShirinianHungarian capital Budapest will be the setting for top class goalball action from tomorrow as 16 of the best men's and women's teams come together for five days of competition.
By Paul OsborneWillie Banks, Lucas Euser, Kristi Yamaguchi and the University of Central Oklahoma's Endeavor Games are the recipients of four of the United States Olympic Committee's (USOC) annual sports awards, it has been announced.
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