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World's best Para-skiers prepare for IPC Nordic Skiing World Championships

By Paul Osborne

The IPC Nordic Skiing World Championships will get underway in Cable today with the Opening Ceremony ©Getty ImagesThe world's top Nordic skiers have finally made the trip to Cable, United States, as they touch up on final preparations ahead of the 2015 International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Nordic Skiing World Championships.

Association of National Olympic Committees signs agreement with International Sports Relations Foundation

By Daniel Etchells

Husain Al-Musallam (left), an ANOC official, poses with Ji Suk Chae, iSR Foundation secretary general, after signing the Memorandum of Agreement ©OCAThe Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) has signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the International Sports Relations (iSR) Foundation at the 2nd Asian Athletes' Forum in Kuwait.

Frenzel claims fourth successive Nordic Combined World Cup win

By Daniel Etchells

Eric Frenzel (centre) celebrates his success with second-placed Jan Schmid (left) and third-placed Haavard Klemetsen (right) ©Getty ImagesGermany's Eric Frenzel further extended his lead at the top of the International Ski Federation (FIS) Nordic Combined World Cup standings after securing a fourth consecutive victory in Sapporo, Japan.

Para-athletes to be given more sporting opportunities among US member colleges and universities

By Paul Osborne

The ECAC will more sports opportunities for disabled athletes in its league and championships ©ECACThe United States' Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) has made a historic decision to provide more sports opportunities for disabled athletes in its leagues and championships.

Iranian success at 2014 Asian Para-Games recognised by Supreme Leader

By Daniel Etchells

Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei, the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution, praised the achievements of the Iranian athletes at the 2014 Asian Para-Games ©NPC IranIranian medallists from the 2014 Asian Para-Games have been congratulated by the country's Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei, at a ceremony.

Tunisia complete remarkable comeback to topple Zambia at Africa Cup of Nations

By Paul Osborne

Tunisia scored a late winner to complete a comeback against Zambia at the Africa Cup of Nations ©Getty ImagesCaptain Yassine Chikhaoui headed in a late winner to complete a remarkable comeback for Tunisia as they beat Zambia 2-1 in their Group B encounter at the Africa Cup of Nations at Estadio de Ebebiyín in Equatorial Guinea

Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee launch "#10golds24" programme

By Liam Morgan

The Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee have launched their 10golds24 campaign to help improve the future of its elite-level athletesThe Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee (TTOC) have launched their "#10golds24" programme, with the aim of achieving 10 gold medals by the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Papua New Guinea athletes to receive PGK20,000 prize for each gold medal at Port Moresby 2015

By Emily Goddard

Justin Tkatchenko (centre) has announced that Papua New Guinea athletes competing at their home Pacific Games in Port Moresby this year will receive a PGK20000 prize for each gold medal they win ©PNG2015 Pacific Games/FacebookPapua New Guinea athletes competing at their home Pacific Games in Port Moresby this year will receive a PGK20,000 (£5,100/$7,700/€6,700) prize for each gold medal they secure, it has been revealed.

World's best gear up for season opening Karate 1 Premier League Paris

By Emily Goddard

Alizée Agier (right) is among the world class field set to compete at the Karate 1 Premier League Paris ©Getty ImagesSome of the world's best karate players, including world champions Giana Lofty of Egypt, Enes Erkan of Turkey and France's Alizée Agier, are preparing to take part in the Karate 1 Premier League Paris, which gets underway tomorrow in the French capital.
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