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European Triathlon Union heads to Serbia for Athlete Development Camp

By Gary Anderson

July 16 - Training Camp ETUThe European Triathlon Union (ETU) and the Serbian National Federation (SNF) are set to host an Athlete Development Camp for 16 promising young athletes in Karataš from July 20 to 30.

Mayor of Gwangju hopes for united Korea team for 2015 Universiade

By James Crook

Lemke visits North Korea 2July 15 - The Mayor of Gwangju, Kang Un-tae, has told of his hopes to see a unified Korean team at the 2015 Summer Universiade in his city, whilst four North Korean students were invited to the Youth Leadership Programme (YLP), which will take place in Gwangju next month, to boost the relationship between the nations teenagers.

Mongolian athletes dominate podium at home IJF Judo Grand Prix

By Gary Anderson

July 15 - MongoliaMongolian athletes won seven of the 14 gold medals available at the first ever International Judo Federation (IJF) Judo Grand Prix to be staged in the country at the Buyant-Uhaa Sport Complex in Ulaanbaatar, over the weekend.

Randers praised following the 2013 EHF Beach Handball Championships

By Gary Anderson

July 15 - HandballThe 2013 European Handball Federation (EHF) European Beach Handball Championships has come to a close with the Danish city of Randers receiving praise for its hosting of the tournament.

Choue re-elected as World Taekwondo Federation President

By Emily Goddard

WTF President Chungwon Choue was re-elected for a third time the day before the 2013 WTF World Taekwodo Championships startedJuly 15 - Chungwon Choue has been re-elected to serve a fourth four-year term as President of the World Taekwondo Federation at the organisation's general assembly in Puebla.

Rowers to miss out on inaugural European Games

By Emily Goddard

rowingJuly 15 - Rowing will not appear at the inaugural European Games in Baku in 2015 after no suitable venue was found for the sport.

IOC ruling emerges as new battleground in cycling's power struggle

By Emily Goddard

bmx freestyleJuly 15 - Last week's decision by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) not to add any new disciplines to the programme for Rio 2016 has emerged as the latest battleground in the tetchy duel for the Presidency of the International Cycling Union (UCI).

adidas suspends Gay contract as administrators react to latest athletics body blow

By David Owen

tyson-gay-2009-3-19-14-2-3July 15 - Sportswear brand adidas has moved to suspend its contract with Tyson Gay, the US sprinter, as sports administrators began to react today to the latest body blow to hit the flagship Olympic sport of athletics.

BP announces continued backing of British athletes through to Rio 2016

By Gary Anderson

July 15 - BPBP has become a top-level partner of the British Olympic Association (BOA) and the British Paralympic Association (BPA) to continue its commitment to the nation's athletes through Sochi 2014 and Rio 2016.
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