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South Korean Jin wins second gold at Shooting World Championships

By Gary Anderson

Jin Jongoh celebrates with his second gold medal at the Shooting World Championships in Granada ©ISSF/Michael SchreiberSouth Korean Jin Jongoh has fired his way to a second gold medal at the Shooting World Championships in Granada with victory in the men's 10 metre air pistol competition.

Invictus Games gets underway with thrilling day of athletics

By Paul Osborne

Alex Tate was one of hundreds of service personnel to compete in the opening day of action at the Invictus Games ©Getty ImagesGreat Britain's Joe Townsend had the home crowds cheering on the opening day of sporting action at the Invictus Games as he secured four gold medals at the Lee Valley Athletics Centre.

RIOU set to welcome second intake of students for MSA course

By Paul Osborne

Students from around the world are set to undertake the second edition of the MSA course at the Russian International Olympic University ©RIOUIrish kickboxing world champion Catherine O'Grady is one of a number of students set to undertake the second edition of the Russian International Olympic University's (RIOU) Master of Sport Administration (MSA) course.

New European wheelchair rugby tournament structure announced for Rio 2016

By Gary Anderson

The IWRF has announced a new divisional structure to determine European qualification for Rio 2016 ©Getty ImagesThe International Wheelchair Rugby Federation has announced a new divisional structure in Europe that will include three fully sanctioned tournaments with the aim of allowing countries the opportunity to progress to the top division and a chance to qualify for Rio 2016. 

Top seeds make positive start in team competition at Para-table tennis World Championships

By Gary Anderson

Team action is underway at the Para table tennis World Championships in Beijing ©ITTFThe team events at the Para-table tennis World Championships at the National Para Training Centre in Beijing have got underway with most of the top-seeded sides making positive starts in their quest for gold.

Pistorius cleared of murder but threat of long prison sentence still hangs over him

By Gary Anderson

Oscar Pistorius has been found not guilty of murdering Reeva Steenkamp ©AFP/Getty ImagesOscar Pistorius has been cleared of all murder charges by a South African judge but could still face a charge of culpable homicide after shooting dead his former girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.

Exclusive: I am very happy justice has prevailed, says rhythmic gymnastics official

By Emily Goddard

Natalia Kuzmina is glad to see the end of the rhythmic gymnastics judges' course scandal ©RLM FinsburyNatalia Kuzmina, President of the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) Rhythmic Gymnastics Technical Committee, has claimed she is "very happy" to see justice finally prevail in the long-running judges' course scandal that at one time saw her suspended from duty.

Baku 2015 joins forces with French National Olympic Committee and Sentez-Vous Sport

By Duncan Mackay

Baku 2015 will partner with the CNOSF and Sentez-Vous Sport to help promote the first-ever European Games ©Sentez-Vous Sport Baku 2015 are hoping that a new partnership with the French National Olympic Committee (CNOSF) and the Sentez-Vous Sport festival will help encourage a more active lifestyle in Azerbaijan, as well as raising the profile of the inaugural European Games. 

Almost one million 2015 Rugby World Cup tickets on sale tomorrow

By Emily Goddard

England 2015 Rugby World Cup tickets will go on sale tomorrow ©England 2015Almost one million tickets for next year's Rugby World Cup in England will go on sale to the general public in the United Kingdom and across the globe tomorrow.
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