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Berlin next stop on IPC Athletics Grand Prix tour as attention turns to European Championships

By Gary Anderson

Marlou van Rhijn of the Netherlands will be one of the athletes competing in Berlin this weekend ©AFP/Getty ImagesBerlin will stage the next International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Grand Prix tour event with the final regular-season meeting of the year expected to see 570 athletes from 34 countries competing over three days.

New women's baseball league launched in Australia

By Gary Anderson

A new women's baseball league has been launched in Newcastle, New South Wales in Australia ©WBSCWomen's baseball in Australia has been boosted by the launch of the Newcastle Women's Baseball League (NWBL) which will see four teams taking part in a six-week competition.

Top Bahamas Olympic Committee officials honoured at ball

By Paul Osborne

The Bahamas Olympic Committee saw two of its top officials honoured at the Flamingo Ball today ©BOCThe Bahamas Olympic Committee (BOC) has today seen two of its top executives honoured at the College of The Bahamas' inaugural Flamingo Ball.

Trusted Choice announced as presenting partner for 2014 World Lacrosse Championships

By Gary Anderson

Trusted Choice has been announced as the presenting partner for next month's World Lacrosse Championships ©World Lacrosse 2014The Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) has announced that Trusted Choice has been appointed the official presenting partner of this year's World Lacrosse Championships taking place in Denver in the United States.

Cameron picks up his racket at schools tennis event outside Westminster

By Gary Anderson

British Prime Minister David Cameron grabbed his racket to take part in an LTA tennis event at Westminster ©AFP/Getty ImagesBritish Prime Minister David Cameron was on hand to meet children from 10 schools from across the country taking part in a special tennis event outside the Houses of Parliament in Westminster, London.

Finland's Leo-Pekka Tahti secures triple win at Tunis IPC Athletics Grand Prix

By Gary Anderson

Leo-Pekka Tahti of Finland was in fine form in Tunis taking three wins at the IPC Athletics Grand Prix ©AFP/Getty ImagesFinland's four-time Paralympic champion Leo-Pekka Tahti was the star of the show at the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Athletics Grand Prix meeting in Tunis after securing three wins, while there was mixed fortunes for home star Walid Ktila.

Paralympic champions Bosnia and Herzegovina impress at World Sitting Volleyball Championships

By Gary Anderson

Paralympic champions Bosnia and Herzegovina have powered through the pool stages at this year's World Championships in Poland ©AFP/Getty ImagesParalympic champions Bosnia and Herzegovina have yet to drop a set as they are one of four teams to qualify for the quarter-finals with a 100 per cent record in the men's competition at this year's World Sitting Volleyball World Championships.

Powell drugs ban reprieve offers route to Glasgow 2014

By Duncan Mackay

Asafa Powell could compete in the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow next month after the Court of Arbitration for Sport temporarily lifted his drugs ban ©Getty ImagesFormer 100 world metres record holder and Olympic gold medallist Asafa Powell has had his drugs ban lifted, temporarily at least, by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), allowing him to compete in the Jamaican Championships next weekend where he could qualify for the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

Qatar pledge to spread Olympic values across Arab world after signing MoU in Ancient Olympia

By Duncan Mackay

Qatar Olympic Committee secretary general Sheikh Saoud bin Abdulrahman Al Thani has signed an MoU with the International Olympic Academy, who were represented by its President Isidoros Kouvelos ©QOCA Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed today between the Qatar Olympic Committee (QOC) and the International Olympic Academy (IOA) at Ancient Olympia in Greece. 
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