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Record year for International Paralympic Committee

By David Owen

The International Paralympic Committee has reported a record €12.79 million revenue ©IPCThe International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has reported a record revenue of €12.79 million (£10.1 million/$17.2 million) for 2013.

Nibali wins Tour de France stage 18 to retain yellow jersey

By Emily Goddard

Vincenzo Nibali has all but won the 2014 Tour de France ©Getty ImagesVincenzo Nibali proved once again his indomitable strength at the 2014 Tour de France by winning stage 18 solo to retain the overall leader's yellow jersey.

2015 Turkish Open to finish on a Wednesday in move to boost women’s golf

By Gary Anderson

The LET has announced that next year's Turkish Ladies Open will finish on a Wednesday ©Getty Images The Ladies European Tour (LET) has announced next year's Turkish Ladies Open will become the first professional golf tournament to finish on a Wednesday, in a move it claims will help boost the profile of the women's game.

Record numbers turn out for Bosphorus swim from Asia to Europe

By Gary Anderson

Over 1,600 competitors took to the waters of the Bosphorus to compete in the annual Asia to Europe race ©Anadolu Agency/Getty ImagesMore than 1,600 competitors took to the waters of the mighty Bosphorus to compete in the National Olympic Committee of Turkey's (NOCT) annual race from Europe to Asia, which was won for the second year in a row by home swimmer Hasan Emre Musluoğlu in a time of 41 minutes and 26 seconds.

Assistant Chef de Mission being sought in Canada for Toronto 2015 Parapan American Games

By Gary Anderson

The Canadian Paralympic Committee is now seeking an Assistant Chef de Mission for Toronto 2015 ©CPCThe Canadian Paralympic Committee (CPC) is inviting applications for the role of Assistant Chef de Mission at next year's Parapan American Games in Toronto.

Right time to move on says Howie as she steps down as head coach of British women’s curling

By Gary Anderson

Rhona Howie (centre) has stepped down as head coach of Britain and Scotland's women's curling teams ©Getty Images After four years in the job, Rhona Howie has announced she is leaving her role as head coach of the British women's performance curling programme just months after guiding Team GB to bronze at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games.

Paek drafted in to lead South Korean ice hockey squad to 2018 Olympic qualification

By Emily Goddard

Jim Paek has been tasked with guiding the South Korean ice hockey squad to 2018 Olympic qualification ©Getty ImagesJim Paek has been named as the new head coach of the men's South Korean ice hockey team and tasked with leading the nation to qualification at their home Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang in 2018.

Leinonen claims gold by slimmest of margins at IPC Shooting World Championships

By Gary Anderson

There was a dramatic end to shooting competition in Suhl today ©Getty Images In the most dramatic final yet of this year's International Paralympic Committee Shooting World Championships in Suhl, Finland's Minna Leinonen claimed gold by just one tenth ahead of Serbian world record holder Dragan Ristic in the R5 mixed 10-metre air rifle prone competition.

FIFA President visits Qatar to discuss 2022 World Cup with Emir

By Paul Osborne

FIFA President Sepp Blatter with Emir Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani ©Getty Images/FIFAFIFA President Sepp Blatter has met with Qatar's Emir Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani in an effort to review preparations for the 2022 World Cup. 
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