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Blind Sport World Games launch video for Seoul 2015

By Nick Butler

A promotional video has been released ahead of the IBSA World Games in Seoul ©IBSAA special launch video has been released for the International Blind Sport Federation (IBSA) World Games in Seoul.

Finland targeting first European medal at home Wheelchair Rugby Championships

By Nick Butler

The 2015 European Wheelchair Rugby Championships will take place in Finland ©Pajulahti 2015Finland are seeking to reap the rewards of home advantage when they host the International Wheelchair Rugby Federation (IWRF) 2015 European Championship Division A in September.

Hosts Canada cruise past Denmark to remain on course for World Junior ice hockey crown

By Nick Butler

Canada were emphatic winners over Denmark to reach the semi-finals on home ice @Andre Ringuette/HHOF/IIHF ImagesSweden, Russia, Slovakia and hosts Canada secured berths in the last four of the International Ice Hockey Federation World Championships after each battling to quarter-final victories.

Kip Keino wants doping in sport criminalised to try to stop Kenyan epidemic

By Duncan Mackay

Double Olympic gold medallist Kip Keino wants doping to be criminalised in Kenya ©Getty ImagesKipchoge Keino has called on the Kenyan Government to make doping a criminal offence in an effort to combat the growing problem of performance-enhancing drugs among the country's athletes.

Venue names confirmed for Pyeongchang 2018

By Duncan Mackay

Ski jumping will be among the sports due to take place at the Alpensia Resort during Pyeongchang 2018 ©Getty ImagesPyeongchang 2018 today announced the names for the venues due to be used for the Winter Olympics and Paralympics.

Delayed track cycling test events key milestone on path to Toronto 2015

By Nick Butler

The Toronto 2015 cycling velodrome, shown in this artistic impression, will host competitive action for the first time this week ©Toronto 2015Toronto's Cisco Milton Pan American and Parapan American Games Velodrome will finally showcase competitive cycling for the first time tomorrow, with the Canadian Track Championships to be followed by the Milton International Challenge.

New song for Handball World Championships but Qatar's Gulf rivals out of tune with message of unity

By Nick Butler

Anticipation is building for the Qatar 2015 World Handball Championships ©Qatar 2015Anticipation is building ahead of the Qatar 2015 World Handball Championships due to start in less than two weeks, despite political machinations that have overshadowed the build-up.

Belarus NOC welcomes "Together with Olympians" competition winners to Minsk

By Daniel Etchells

The "Together with Olympians" competition winners attended a ceremony at the NOC of the Republic of Belarus headquarters ©Belarus NOCThe National Olympic Committee (NOC) of the Republic of Belarus has welcomed the winners of the "Together with Olympians" contest to its headquarters in Minsk.

Team behind London 2012 and Sochi 2014 Opening Ceremonies to produce Special Olympics 2015

By Nick Butler

FiveCurrents will take charge of the Opening Ceremony of the Special Olympics World Games ©FiveCurrentsFiveCurrents, the company behind the Opening Ceremonies of the London 2012 and Sochi 2014 Olympic Games, will perform a similar role at this summer's Special Olympic World Games in Los Angeles.
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