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UCI President blasts "naked" outfits worn by Colombian women's cycling team as "unacceptable"

By Paul Osborne

The kit worn by a womens Colombian cycling team has caused uproar on social media ©TwitterBrian Cookson, President of the International Cycling Union (UCI), has criticised the "unacceptable" outfits worn by a women's Colombian cycling team while racing at the Giro della Toscana in Tuscany, Italy.

Fiji organising Women in Sport Workshop

By Duncan Mackay

FASANOC's Women in Sports Commission are organising a special Workshop on Saturday ©FASANOCA Women in Sport Workshop is due to take place this week in Suva, the capital of Fiji, where topics will include conflict management and collaborative problem-solving.

Australians with disability given chance to follow in footsteps of Paralympic heroes with multi-million dollar base

By Paul Osborne

Australians with a disability will be given more opportunity to participate in winter sport as a multi-million dollar investment is announced for a new athletes base at Falls Creek ©Disabled WinterSport Australia Australians with a disability will have more opportunity to follow in the footsteps of their Paralympic heroes after a multi-million dollar investment was announced for a new accessible athlete base at Falls Creek.

Tickets on sale now for 2015 Wrestling World Championships

By Gary Anderson

The Orleans Arena in Las Vegas will be the venue for next year's Wrestling World Championships ©Orleans HotelAs the dust begins to settle on the Wrestling World Championships which drew to a close in Uzbekistan capital Tashkent today, ticket and hotel packages for next year's event in Las Vegas are already on sale.

Soryan leads Iran to team gold by winning sixth title at World Wrestling Championships

By Gary Anderson

Iranian Hamid Soryan won his sixth world title on the final day of action in Tashkent ©Martin Gabor/United World WrestlingA sixth world title for Olympic champion Hamid Soryan helped Iran to team gold on the final day of action at the World Wrestling Championships in Uzbekistan capital Tashkent.

American Richmond retains double trap title at Shooting World Championships

By Gary Anderson

Joshua Richmond defended his double trap title at the Shooting World Championships in Granada ©ISSFJoshua Richmond from the United States won his second consecutive men's double trap gold by defending his title at the Shooting World Championships in Granada.

Junior world champions Lemaître and Retornaz lead women's 470 fleet at Sailing World Championships

Emily Goddard

Light winds and a strong current tested the athletes on day three of the Sailing World Championships in Spain ©Getty ImagesJunior world champions Maëlenn Lemaître and Aloïse Retornaz are in pole position in the women's 470 fleet after day three of competition at the Sailing World Championships.

Hosts Poland seal hard-fought victory over France to secure berth in Round III of Volleyball World Championships

By Paul Osborne

Poland secured a berth in the third round of the Volleyball World Championships with a hard fought victory over France ©Getty ImagesA hard-fought victory over pool leaders France has given hosts Poland a berth in the third round of the Volleyball World Championships as pool play comes to a close.

Sochi track hosts first race ahead of Formula One debut

By Zjan Shirinian

The finishing touches are being put to the Sochi Autodrom, pictured here in February ©Getty ImagesRussia's preparations for its first Formula One race have taken a major step today with the newly constructed Sochi racetrack hosting its inaugural race.
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