By Max Winters at the Taiwan Sport University Arena and Michael Pavitt at the Main Press Centre in Taipei
Taipei 2017 Organising Committee chief executive Su Li-chiung has condemned the protests at last night's Opening Ceremony and promised stricter safety measures for the rest of the Universiade.
Russia's bid to be reinstated by the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) in time for Pyeongchang 2018 has been boosted after 14 countries wrote a letter expressing their support for them.
British aerial skier Lloyd Wallace is "conscious and comfortable" after he suffered a crash while training in Switzerland.
Alpine Skiing World Cup champion Marcel Hirscher is expected to be out of action until December after breaking his left ankle.
Om Yun-chol set three Summer Universiade records to claim the first of a hat-trick of weightlifting gold medals for North Korea as they finished top of the day one medals table here.
China’s Chen Long will be bidding for a third consecutive global crown at the Badminton World Federation World Championships in Glasgow, where action is due to begin tomorrow.
Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Championship winners Iran will take on Kyrgyzstan, Jordan and Tahiti in the group stage of the men's futsal tournament at the 2017 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games (AIMAG) in Ashgabat.
The Botswana National Olympic Committee (BNOC) have run a workshop for medical staff at a hospital to educate them about their role in supporting athletes and teams.
The Taipei 2017 Summer Universiade was officially declared open this evening in a Ceremony that was briefly marred by protests.
Ireland’s Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport has confirmed that the Moran Report looking into a ticketing scandal at Rio 2016 involving officials from the country will be sent to the Ethics Commission of the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
A Special General Assembly has been called for next month by the National Olympic Committee of Kenya (NOCK) to discuss when to hold another meeting to choose a new chairman and executive after the original election was postponed.
Cricket will not be included as part of Birmingham's bid for the 2022 Commonwealth Games, according to politicians in the city.
International University Sports Federation (FISU) President Oleg Matytsin has insisted the use of the name Chinese Taipei, rather than Taiwan, follows clear protocols set out in the Olympic Movement.
Four-time Olympic gold medallist and multiple world champion Sir Mo Farah has backed Birmingham's bid for the 2022 Commonwealth Games.