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French pair rise to occasion to win ice dance gold at World Skating Championships

By Michael Pavitt

Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron of France were crowned ice dance world champions in Shanghai ©AFP/Getty ImagesFrench pair Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron elevated themselves from fourth place after the short dance programme to claim gold in the ice dance competition at the World Figure Skating Championships in the Crown Indoor Stadium at the Shanghai Oriental Sports Center.

China earn three more golds at Para-cycling World Championships

By Michael Pavitt

Guihua Liang was one of three Chinese gold medallists on day two of the Championships ©Getty ImagesChina added a further three golds to their medal tally on the second day of the Para-cycling World Championships at Velodrome Omnisport in Apeldoorn.

Uzbekistan claim double gold and new Kosovan talent emerges on opening day of Samsun Judo Grand Prix

By Michael Pavitt

Sharafuddin Lutfillaev won one of two gold medals for Uzbekistan ©IJFUzbekistan secured both golds on offer in the men's events on the opening day of the International Judo Federation Samsun Grand Prix, at the Yaşar Doğu Sports Arena in Turkey today. 

Favourites record victories on opening day of Hong Kong Sevens World Series

By Michael Pavitt

Series leaders South Africa cruised to an opening day win over Argentina ©World RugbyUpsets were few and far between on the opening day of the HSBC Sevens World Series Hong Kong event, in which the favourites all recorded comfortable victories.

Mola and Jorgensen seeking further wins as World Triathlon Series visits Auckland

By Nick Butler

Mario Mola, pictured winning in London last year, will be looking to continue a superb start to the season ©Getty ImagesSpaniard Mario Mola will be looking to continue his superb start to the season at this weekend's second stop of the 2015 World Triathlon Series in Auckland.

Canada seeking home glory at World Men's Curling Championships

By Nick Butler

A total of 12 teams are descending on Halifax for the World Men's Curling Championships ©WCF/Celine StuckiNova Scotia will play host to its first Ford World Men's Curling Championships when action begins in Halifax tomorrow, with hosts Canada seeking a first title since 2012.

Lithuania to host annual judo tournament for blind and partially sighted

By Duncan Mackay

Lithuanai's annual International Judo Tournament for blind and partially sighted will take place in Vilnius in September ©Getty ImagesThe Lithuanian Blind Sports Federation has announced it will again host its annual International Judo Tournament for the blind and partially sighted in Vilnius later this year, they have announced. 

United States end Americas Wheelchair Basketball Challenge unbeaten after beating hosts Canada

By Michael Pavitt

Paralympic champions Canada fell to defeat to an unbeaten United States team ©Getty ImagesThe United States defeated Paralmypic gold medallists Canada in their final game of the 2015 Americas Wheelchair Basketball Challenge to win the tournament in Toronto.

Top seeds untroubled on second day of Cajun Classic

By Michael Pavitt

Sweden's Stefan Olsson will face defending champion Gordon Reid in the quarter-finals ©Getty ImagesThe top six seeds advanced to the quarter-finals of the men's wheelchair singles on the second day of the Cajun Classic in Louisiana.
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