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Incheon 2014 to conduct record number of doping tests at Asian Games

By Emily Goddard

Incheon 2014 has revealed it will carry out 1,920 doping tests at the Asian Games ©Incheon 2014Incheon 2014 has revealed it will carry out 1,920 doping tests at this month's Asian Games - a record number for the continental multisport event.

Sky Deutschland announced as exclusive broadcast partner for EHF Champions League

By Gary Anderson

The Velux EHF Champions League will be broadcast exclusively in Germany by Sky Deutschland ©Bongarts/Getty ImagesSky Deutschland has signed a new three-year deal that will see the firm have exclusive broadcast rights to the Velux European Handball Federation (EHF) Champions League in Germany.

Sailing World Championships underway with Laser and Laser Radial classes in Santander

By Gary Anderson

Juan Maegli leads the way in the Laser class after day one of the Sailing World Championships ©Getty ImagesRacing got underway at the International Sailing Federation (ISAF) World Championships in Santander today with the Laser and Laser Radial classes.

TTOC President Lewis concerned over sports funding shortfall

By Paul Osborne

Brian Lewis has expressed his conern over the latest national budget ©TTOCTrinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) President Brian Lewis has expressed concern at the shortfall in sports funding across the nation following the announcement of the 2014-2015 national budget.

Former British hockey captain Hawes to lead BOA Athletes’ Commission

By Gary Anderson

Former Team GB hockey captain Ben Hawes is the new chairman of the BOA Athletes' Commission ©Getty ImagesThree-time Olympian and former Team GB hockey captain Ben Hawes is the new chairman of the British Olympic Association (BOA) Athletes' Commission, it has been announced. 

Three wrestlers strike first World Championship title in Tashkent

By Paul Osborne

Arsen Julfalakyan finally got his hands on gold with victory at the Wrestling World Championships in Tashkent ©United World WrestlingIt was a day of firsts at the Wrestling World Championships as Arsen Julfalakyan, Mélonin Noumonvi and Yuliya Tkach all secured their first ever world titles with victory in Tashkent's Gymnastics Palace arena.

CAS appoints Singapore barrister as head of ad hoc division for Asian Games

By Duncan Mackay

Singapore's Michael Hwang has been appointed President of the CAS ad hoc division for the Asian Games in Incheon ©Michael HwangSingapore's Michael Hwang has been appointed President of the ad hoc division of the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) created for the Asian Games in Incheon, it was announced today.

Taishan announced as first new sponsor of United World Wrestling

By Gary Anderson

Taishan Sports Industry Group executive director Gang Cui (left) and United World Wrestling President Nenad Lalovic sign a new partnership agreement in Tashkent ©United World WrestlingChinese sports equipment firm Taishan Sports Industry Group has been announced as the first new sponsor of United World Wrestling in a deal that runs until the end of 2020.

Pan American Para-Taekwondo Championships latest step in Tokyo 2020 campaign

By Paul Osborne

The WTF believes that the 2014 Pan America Para-Taekwondo Championships has hlp build momentum for the sports inclusion at Tokyo 2020 ©WTFThe World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) is continuing to build momentum in its efforts to see the sport included on the Paralympic programme at Tokyo 2020 following the conclusion of the Pan America Para-Taekwondo Championships.
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