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Double gold for Australia as England draw a blank in Velodrome

By Nick Butler at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome in Glasgow

Time trialler Scott Sunderland won the first of two Australian gold medals in the Velodrome today ©Getty ImagesScott Sunderland and Anette Edmondson each secured cycling gold medals for Australia on the third day of action here today, while Tom Scully of New Zealand and the Scottish tandem pairing of Neil Fachie and Craig MacLean also tasted victory.

Scotland scare All Blacks as Ibrox rocks to rugby sevens

By Gary Anderson at Ibrox Stadium in Glasgow

Scotland and New Zealand played out a thriller at Ibrox Stadium today in the Commonwealth Games ©Getty Images A packed house over two sessions today witnessed the thrills and spills of Commonwealth Games rugby sevens as the quarter-finalists were decided following the completion of the group stages here that almost included an historic win for hosts Scotland over New Zealand.

Competition schedule announced for Under-15 Baseball World Cup

By Gary Anderson

The competition schedule for the Under-15 Baseball World Cup has been revealed ©IBAFThe competition schedule for the Under-15 Baseball World Cup has been released and sees Venezuela get the defence of their title underway against Hong Kong.

Website launched for 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing Championships in Panorama

By Gary Anderson

The website for the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships has been launched ©Getty Images A new website has been launched for next year's International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Alpine Skiing World Championships in Panorama, Canada.

Edmondson siblings settle for silver apiece in track cycling events

By Paul Osborne at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome in Glasgow

Brother and sister duo Alex and Annette Edmondson take silver on the track today ©Getty ImagesBrother and sister duo Alex and Annette Edmondson of Australia had to settle for silver on the track today after losing their respective gold medal finals at the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome.

Nepal Olympic Committee approves budget

By Zjan Shirinian

The Nepal Olympic Committee has confirmed its budget for the next 12 months ©Getty ImagesThe Nepal Olympic Committee (NOC) has passed a budget of NPR32 million (£193,400/$328,400/€244,500) at its General Assembly.

London 2012 champion Formosa the big name in Australian World Equestrian Games Para-dressage squad

By Gary Anderson

Australia has named a squad of four riders for the upcoming Para-Dressage events at the World Equestrian Games ©Getty Images Paralympic champion Joann Formosa has been named on the Australian squad of four riders who are set to compete in the Para-dressage events at the World Equestrian Games that get underway in Normandy, France next month.

Zanardi seeking to continue strong season at Para-cycling World Cup in Segovia

By Nick Butler

Alex Zanardi will be among those competing at the World Cup event ©Getty ImagesItaly's two-time London 2012 champion, Alex Zanardi be among 400 cyclists from 38 countries will compete in the latest leg of the Para-Cycling Road World Cup in Segovia this weekend.

USOC edging "closer to decision" as four cities in 2024 Olympic race meet for briefing

By Zjan Shirinian

Clockwise (from top left) Boston, San Francisco, Washington D.C. and Los Angeles ©Getty ImagesThe four United States cities battling to be their country's candidate for the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games have come together for a briefing as chiefs say they are edging "closer to a decision".
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