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Judoka hits back at Ghana Olympic Committee in Glasgow 2014 row

By Paul Osborne at the Main Press Centre in Glasgow

Emmanuel Nartey is locked in a war of words with the Ghanaian Olympic Committee ©ITGA debacle has left a black cloud hanging over the Ghanaian camp here at the Commonwealth Games as a war of words between judoka Emmanuel Nartey and a number of the country's officials has caused confusion in the camp and the media.

Three golds sees Italy top medal table at European Para-Archery Championships

By Gary Anderson

Italy emerged as the top nation nation at the European Para-Archery Championships winning five medals including three gold ©Getty Images Italy emerged as the top nation at the European Para-Archery Championships, winning three gold medals and two bronze, while 11 of the 24 countries taking part won at least one medal in Nottwil, Switzerland.

Paralympic swimming champion Hout appeals for return of stolen medals

By Gary Anderson

Benoit Huot is appealing for the return of a number of medals stolen from his home in Montreal ©Getty Images Canadian Paralympic champion Benoit Huot has made a public appeal for the return of several medals stolen from his home in Montreal.

Russia and Uruguay to fight for final spot at 2015 Rugby World Cup

By Emily Goddard

Russia remain in with a chance for a place at the 2015 Rugby World Cup after beating Zimbabwe 23-15 in their Repechage semi-final in Krasnoyarsk ©International Rugby BoardRussia and Uruguay will fight for the last remaining place at next year's Rugby World Cup in England after both nations booked a spot in the repechage final.

Australia announces host venues for major swimming championships until 2017

By Gary Anderson

The Sydney Aquatics Centre is one of a number of venues that will host Swimming Australia National Championships in the next three years ©Getty Images Swimming Australia has announced the venues for its major championships for the next three years which will see events taking place in Adelaide, Brisbane, Perth and Sydney.

Olympic Committee of Serbia President stable after emergency surgery

By Zjan Shirinian

Vlade Divac is stable in hospital after undergoing emergency stomach surgery ©Getty ImagesVlade Divac, the President of the Olympic Committee of Serbia, is in a stable condition in hospital after undergoing emergency stomach surgery earlier today.

Former 400 metres world champion Montsho tests positive for drugs at Glasgow 2014

By Nick Butler at the Main Press Centre in Glasgow

Amantle Montsho the 2011 world champion has become the second failed doping case of Glasgow 2014 ©Getty ImagesBotswana's former world 400 metre champion Amantle Montsho has become the second athlete to fail a doping test here at Glasgow 2014.

Headguards will not be reintroduced despite Glasgow 2014 problems, warn AIBA

By Nick Butler at the Main Press Centre in Glasgow

AIBA officials have insisted they will not reverse their decision to scrap headguards ©Getty ImagesA decision to scrap head guards in men's Olympic-style boxing will not be reversed, International Boxing Association (AIBA) officials warned here here today, claiming it would be "impossible to go back to the past and re-introduce them".

Bolt inspires Jamaica to relay record at Glasgow 2014

By Paul Osborne at Hampden Park in Glasgow

Usain Bolt brought home gold for Jamaica in the men's 4x100m relay ©Getty ImagesUsain Bolt was the star of the show here in Glasgow today as he ensured gold for Jamaica in the 4x100 metres relay with a Commonwealth Games record of 37.58sec.
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