England's Muninder Hayer secured a gold medal in the seated club throw F31 class with a world record throw of 12.18 metres on another exciting day of athletics at the 2015 Cerebral Palsy International Sports and Recreation Association (CPISRA) World Games in Nottingham.
The International Basketball Association (FIBA) has officially opened its new regional office for Oceania in the Gold Coast, Australia.
Britain eyeing five gold medals after historic day at European Confederation Continental Championships
Great Britain will be represented in five of the 10 finals at the EUBC European Confederation Continental Championships in Samokov, marking the best performance by a boxing team from England, Scotland and Wales in the 90-year history of the event.
England legend helps launch tournament ball into space as countdown to 2015 Rugby World Cup continues
A 2015 Rugby World Cup ball has been launched into space as part of the countdown to the tournament due to start at Twickenham Stadium in England on September 18.
South Africa’s Lawrence Brittain has been announced as one of six finalists for the 2015 Parmigiani Spirit Award, which seeks to reward a university rower who has demonstrated the core values of rowing in his or her social academic and sporting lives.
The official World Series of Boxing (WSB) Season VI group draw is scheduled to take place today in Vargas, Venezuela as the 16 competing teams learn the challenge ahead of them to reach the knock-out stages.
Exclusive: Bubka gets support of four countries in campaign to become IAAF President as Coe picks up first African country
Sergey Bubka's campaign to be the next President of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) gathered momentum today as four countries publicly promised to vote for him in the elections in Beijing next week.
Rio 2016 will face another major challenge as the months count down until next summer's Olympics and Paralympics when a second sailing test event is due to take place in Guanabara Bay on Saturday (August 15) amid continuing pollution concerns.
Toronto residents are being urged by civic and sport leaders to fill up all the Parapan American Games venues this Saturday (August 15) in a bid to finish the event on a high.
United States remain on target to finish top of the medals table at next year's Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, according to a latest projection published with a year to go, with Britain expected to win just 10 golds and Brazil predicted to sneak into the top 10 with nine.
Ulrike Spitz is to replace Christian Klaue as the head of media and public relations at the German Olympic Sports Confederation (DOSB), it has been announced.
Oscar Pistorius is likely to be released from jail next week after serving 10 months of his five-year sentence for shooting dead his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp in 2013.
Top seeds Misaki Matsutomo and Ayaka Takahashi suffered a shock exit from the women’s doubles event on a day of upsets at the Badminton World Championships in Jakarta, losing to Malaysia's 24th ranked pair Amelia Alicia Anscelly and Soong Fie Cho.
China won a further two medals at the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup in Gabala to move to the top of the standings with four events remaining.
Jamaica claim comfortable victory over Uganda in Netball World Cup to keep pursuit of semi-final spot alive
Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games bronze medallists Jamaica boosted their chances of reaching the semi-finals of the Netball World Cup as they beat Uganda 59-47 at the Allphones Arena on the Olympic Park in Sydney.