Australia began the defence of their International Cricket Council (ICC) Women's World Cup title in ominous fashion as they thrashed the West Indies by eight wickets in Taunton.
The International Orienteering Federation (IOF) has announced that next month's World Championships will be broadcast throughout Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia.
A website and logo has been unveiled by the Professional Squash Association (PSA) to celebrate the PSA Foundation becoming officially recognised as a charity in the United Kingdom.
South Africa beat Pakistan by three wickets in the third group game of the International Cricket Council (ICC) Women's World Cup in England.
Netball South Africa (NSA) has met with the South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC) to discuss allegations of poor governance within the organisation.
Snooker will be contested as a mixed gender event for the first time at next month's World Games in Wroclaw, it has been announced.
The United States secured two of the three gold medals on offer as the World Flying Disc Federation World Championships of Beach Ultimate concluded in Royan in France today.
A medieval themed Opening Ceremony officially began the 17th edition of the Island Games in Gotland today.
India got their International Cricket Council Women’s World Cup off to a brilliant start after defeating hosts England by 35 runs in Derby today.
Instructor certificates have been handed out for the first time to eight sambo specialists in The Netherlands.
The United States Cricket Association (USACA) have been officially expelled as a member of the International Cricket Council (ICC).
Gotland is poised to host the 16th edition of the Island Games, which will take place until June 30.
Russia and the United States will clash for the gold medal in the women's event after the two countries emerged victorious from their respective semi-finals at the World Flying Disc Federation World Championships of Beach Ultimate in Royan in France.
Defending champions Australia are only paying attention to on-the-field matters for the International Cricket Council Women’s World Cup which begins tomorrow in England.
Pakistan's final preparations for the International Cricket Council (ICC) Women's World Cup have been energised by the men's success in the Champions Trophy last Sunday (June 18), but captain Sana Mir insists their back-to-back Twenty20 gold medals at the Asian Games might well have been even more significant.