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Home favourite into Australian Open final as two wheelchair titles decided

By Michael Pavitt

Dylan Alcott will face David Wagner in the quad wheelchair singles final ©Getty ImagesAustralia's Dylan Alcott is through to the final of the quad wheelchair singles at the Australian Open in Melbourne, having come through the group stage in impressive style, winning all three matches without losing a set.

American wins in St Moritz to claim maiden Para-skeleton World Cup series

By Nick Butler

Eric Eierdam celebrates after his Para-skeleton World Cup victory ©TwitterUnited States' Eric Eierdam sealed first place in the inaugural Para-skeleton World Cup series today with the narrowest of victories over British rival Matt Richardson in St Moritz.

Group stage draw made for European Wheelchair Basketball Championship

By Michael Pavitt

The draw was conducted at Worcester Cathedral in Worcestershire, England ©Great Britain Wheelchair BasketballThe 2015 European Wheelchair Basketball Championship group stages were drawn today in Worcester Cathedral.

France's Claude secures first victory this season at Open European Biathlon Championships

By Daniel Etchells

Fabien Claude (centre) celebrates his triumph in the junior men's 10 kilometre sprint at the IBU Open European Championships ©IBUFrance's Fabien Claude claimed his first victory of the season in the junior men's 10 kilometres sprint at the International Biathlon Union Open European Championships in Otepää, Estonia.

Bring Back the Mile unveils four-stop Grand Prix tour for 2015 with over $85,000 prize money

By Mike Rowbottom

Jack Bolas en route to winning last year's Bring Back the Mile grand prix ©BringBacktheMileBring Back the Mile, the United States movement campaigning to promote the decreasingly-raced famous imperial distance, has announced its line-up for this year's Grand Prix tour.

World champions celebrate with more success in Lake Placid

By Michael Pavitt

Canada reigned supreme with two gold and two bronze medals in Lake Placid ©FISCanadian dominance of the moguls season continued at Lake Placid with newly crowned Freestyle Skiing World Championship gold medallists Justine Dufour-Lapointe and Mikael Kingsbury topping the podiums once again at the International Skiing Federation (FIS) World Cup.

Italian duo in prime position to defend Nacra 17 title at ISAF World Cup

By Daniel Etchells

Vittorio Bissaro and Silvia Sicouri are well positioned to defend their Nacra 17 title at the ISAF Sailing World Cup ©ISAF Italy's Vittorio Bissaro and Silvia Sicouri remain on course to retain their International Sailing Federation (ISAF) Nacra 17 World Cup title after maintaining their lead over Great Britain's Ben Saxton and Nicola Groves, and France's Billy Besson and Marie Riou in Miami.

Final day of Para-Alpine World Cup cancelled due to bad weather in Tignes

By Nick Butler

Heavy snowfall forced the cancellation of the final day of action in Tignes, with the resort pictured here in 2013 ©AFP/Getty ImagesBad weather has forced the cancellation of the final day of action at the World Cup in Tignes, meaning the Para-Alpine skiing community has shifted its gaze north-east to St Moritz for next week's final.

Pole continues Nordic combined supremacy but Russia strike gold again in women's ski jumping

By Michael Pavitt

Poland's Adam Cieslar leapt to his second gold of the 2015 Winter Universiade ©UniversiadePoland's Adam Cielsar claimed his second Nordic combined gold medal of the Winter Universiade in Štrbstké Pleso, Slovakia, while Russia leapt to victory in the women's team ski jumping competition.
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