By Zjan ShirinianThe Nepal Olympic Committee (NOC) has passed a budget of NPR32 million (£193,400/$328,400/€244,500) at its General Assembly.
By Gary AndersonParalympic champion Joann Formosa has been named on the Australian squad of four riders who are set to compete in the Para-dressage events at the World Equestrian Games that get underway in Normandy, France next month.
By Nick ButlerItaly's two-time London 2012 champion, Alex Zanardi be among 400 cyclists from 38 countries will compete in the latest leg of the Para-Cycling Road World Cup in Segovia this weekend.
By Zjan ShirinianThe four United States cities battling to be their country's candidate for the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games have come together for a briefing as chiefs say they are edging "closer to a decision".
By Nick Butler at the Main Press Centre in GlasgowA crisis surrounding the Welsh squad at Glasgow 2014 has deepened after Rhys Williams, one of the team's biggest hopes for an athletics medal, withdrew from the Commonwealth Games after being charged with an anti-doping violation.
By Zjan ShirinianPeru has launched a bid to host the 130th International Olympic Committee (IOC) Session in 2017, in what it is hoped can act as a "symbol" for the future.
By Gary AndersonWorld football governing body FIFA has written to the Ghana Football Association (GFA) expressing concerns over a Government investigation into the team's performance at the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
By Nick ButlerA Formula One Grand Prix in Baku in 2016 will herald a "new frontier" for the sport, Azerbaijan's Youth and Sports Minister, Azad Rahimov, has insisted today following official confirmation of the inaugural event.
By Gary AndersonRamunas Navardauskas rode his way into the history books today by winning a rainy stage 19 to become the first man from Lithuania to claim a victory in the Tour de France.
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