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Drozd claims first world title with skeet gold at Shooting World Championships

By Gary Anderson

Brandy Drozd of the United States claimed her first world title in Granada with victory in the women's skeet competition ©ISSFAmerican Brandy Drozd secured her first international title after firing her way to skeet gold at the Shooting World Championships in Granada, while there were also gold medals for Russia, France and the United States in junior competition.

Light winds disrupt schedule at Sailing World Championships with 49er only fleet to race

By Gary Anderson

New Zealanders Marcus Hansen and Josh Porebski took victory in race one of the 49er class in Santander today ©Getty ImagesThe fourth day of action at the International Sailing Federation World Championships in Santander was severely disrupted by a lack of winds, which resulted in only the yellow fleet of the 49er class able to complete racing.

Fiji announces team officials for Port Moresby 2015 Pacific Games

By Emily Goddard

Fiji has announced its team officials for the Port Moresby 2015 Pacific Games ©FASANOCFiji has revealed the names of its team officials for the Port Moresby 2015 Pacific Games.

Switzerland’s Suter-Erath secures hat-trick of titles at European Para-Badminton Championships

By Gary Anderson

European Para-Badminton Championships have taken place in Murcia over the past four days ©BWFKarin Suter-Erath was the star of the show at the European Para-Badminton Championships in Murcia, Spain as she claimed three gold medals, while England's Martin Rooke won two golds and a silver.

Sochi medallists to be honoured at 2014 Canadian Paralympic Sport Awards

By Gary Anderson

Members of the Sochi 2014 Canadian Paralympic squad will be honoured at the Canadian Paralympic Awards in Toronto this week ©AFP/Getty ImagesThe Canadian Paralympic Sports Awards are set to take place in Toronto this week, where the performance of Canadian athletes at the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games will be recognised.

Honorary IOC member Diallo dies aged 82

By Emily Goddard

Alpha Ibrahim Diallo has died aged 82 ©IOCAlpha Ibrahim Diallo, the honorary International Olympic Committee (IOC) member from Guinea, has died at the age of 82.

Kostner summoned by investigators over claims she was complicit in Olympic champion's doping

By Zjan Shirinian

Carolina Kostner will go before Italian Olympic Committee officials on Friday in connection with the doping of her former boyfriend Alex Schwazer ©Getty ImagesWorld champion figure skater Carolina Kostner is being hauled before Italian Olympic Committee (CONI) officials investigating whether she was complicit in the doping of her former boyfriend and Olympic race walking champion Alex Schwazer.

Exclusive: IPC "not promoting" the return of Pistorius, says President Sir Philip

By Mike Rowbottom

Sir Philip Craven, President of the International Paralympic Committee, pictured at the Sochi 2014 Games ©Getty ImagesSir Philip Craven, President of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC), has stressed that while his organisation has said Oscar Pistorius, found guilty of culpable homicide, would be free to return to competition once he has satisfied the South African legal system, it is far from welcoming him back into the fold.

Rugby World Cup organisers prepared to deal with "inevitable" black market ticket sales

By Paul Osborne at The Lensbury in Teddington 

Organisers are ready to tackle illegla ticket selling ahead of Rugby World Cup 2015 ©RugbyWorldCupBlack market ticket sales for Rugby World Cup 2015 are "inevitable" claims the tournament's head Alan Gilpin, however, organisers say they are well prepared to deal with the issue.
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