By Paul OsborneApplications are being welcomed for the Toronto 2015 Young Reporters Programme, a sport management and journalism training initiative to be held during next summer's Pan American Games.
By Paul OsborneRichard Browne and Tatyana McFadden have been named Male and Female Para-Athletes of the Year by USA Track and Field, the National Governing Body for track and field, long-distance running and race walking in the United States.
By Nick ButlerMalaysian superstar Nicol David capped a perfect year with a thrilling victory at the Women's World Squash Championships in Cairo, saving four successive match points to beat home hope Raneem el Weleily.
By Paul OsborneThere was a reversal of fortunes on the second day of action at the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Alpine Skiing Europa Cup as five-time Sochi 2014 champion Anna Schaffelhuber beat Austrian sitting-class rival, Claudia Loesch.
By Daniel Etchells
India is facing a resumption of its ban from international boxing after the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) rejected Boxing India's application for national federation recognition, instead backing the controversial Indian Amateur Boxing Federation (IABF).
By Nick ButlerPope Francis has reiterated his support for Rome's bid to host the 2024 Summer Olympics and Paralympics following a special Mass in the Vatican, although he joked "he will not be around" to see the Games, should the bid be successful.
By Daniel Etchells
Rita Jeptoo, winner of the 2013-2014 World Marathon Majors (WMM) women's series, is set to be stripped of her title and handed a two-year ban after the "B" sample of an out-of-competition drug test confirmed her use of erythropoietin (EPO).
By Paul OsborneThe selection process to choose the 70,000 volunteers needed for the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games is underway in Brazil, it has been announced.
By Paul OsborneFrance's Beijing 2008 Olympic wrestling champion Steeve Guenot has been banned for one year for missing doping tests.
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