England netball star Jo Harten claimed the Commonwealth Games has outstripped other global competitions to become the most important event in the sport’s calendar.
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Commonwealth Games England chairman Ian Metcalfe has ruled out the possibility of athletics being held at London’s Olympic Stadium should either Birmingham or Liverpool be awarded the 2022 Games.
Olympic and Commonwealth Games gymnastics champion Max Whitlock was among those who carried the Queen’s Baton as the latest leg of its Relay en route to Gold Coast 2018 came to London.
England beat India by nine runs to win the International Cricket Council (ICC) Women's World Cup final at Lord’s in London after an emotional, pulsating and gut-wrenching final which was in doubt until the penultimate over.
India ended up cruising past rivals Pakistan here today as they continued their fine run in the International Cricket Council Women’s World Cup on a day where all eight teams chasing the title played.
Suzie Bates is set to become the first Olympian to appear in 100 One-Day Internationals (ODI) when she leads New Zealand against South Africa in the International Cricket Council (ICC) Women's World Cup tomorrow in Derby.
Defending champions Australia are only paying attention to on-the-field matters for the International Cricket Council Women’s World Cup which begins tomorrow in England.
Pakistan's final preparations for the International Cricket Council (ICC) Women's World Cup have been energised by the men's success in the Champions Trophy last Sunday (June 18), but captain Sana Mir insists their back-to-back Twenty20 gold medals at the Asian Games might well have been even more significant.
The Olympic flame for Pyeongchang 2018 will be lit at Ancient Olympia on October 24.
Nepal’s cricketers believe they could be playing test match cricket in less than 20 years if a two tier international set-up becomes a reality.
With less than a month to go before the Games open in Rio, the Olympic flame arrived in the town of Rio Grande, the southernmost point on its journey.
The journey of the Olympic flame around Brazil was always likely to turn into one giant carnival, and it has certainly been so in the first 14 days.
United Nations (UN) Secretary General Ban Ki Moon joined International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach to greet the Rio 2016 Olympic flame at the UN Headquarters in Geneva.
The Rio 2016 flame is not yet quite on the way to Rio de Janeiro and will first visit Switzerland where it will be greeted at the United Nations headquarters in Geneva tomorrow before arriving at the Olympic Museum in Lausanne.
Rio 2016 President Carlos Nuzman has formally received the Olympic flame on behalf of his city at a colourful Handover Ceremony in Athens.