Odivelas in Portugal will host the 2015 International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Judo European Championships, it has been announced.
Lima wants to stage as many international events as possible over the next few years to prepare for a bid to host to the Olympics and Paralympics, Peruvian Olympic Committee President José Quiñones has claimed.
Pacific Games Council (PGC) executive director Andrew Minogue has hailed the participation of Australia and New Zealand at at the 15th edition of the event, which finished here yesterday.
More than 17,000 runners were today given the first opportunity to see the London 2012 Olympic Stadium, which is currently being transformed in time for this year's Rugby World Cup and for Premier League West Ham United to move into for the 2016-2017 season.
Commonwealth Games England appoint new Board members to represent athletes and Para-sports in build-up to Gold Coast 2018
Commonwealth Games England (CGE) have announced they have appointed Alex Danson and Dawn Newbery to its Board to help the team prepare for Gold Coast 2018.
The International Swimming Federation (FINA) have announced they have extended their partnership with Chinese electrical company Midea for two years ahead of the upcoming World Championships in Kazan, Russia.
Canada clutched victory from the jaws of defeat tonight to win Pan American Games baseball gold in farcical, yet sensational, fashion over the United States in perhaps the outstanding sporting moment of Toronto 2015 so far.
Amateur shares Open lead at St Andrews but Spieth poised to strike for historic third consecutive major victory
Irish Amateur Paul Dunne will go into the final round of The 144th Open tomorrow as the joint leader but American Jordan Spieth will start as the favourite after he finished his weather-affected third round only one shot off the lead.
Germany's Andre Greipel continued his superb form at the 2015 Tour de France by winning the penultimate sprint stage of the race from Mende to Valence.
Martin Pacek claimed Sweden's maiden Grand Slam title with victory in the men's under 100 kilograms division on the second of the International Judo Federation (IJF) event in Tyumen.
Russia finished top of the medals table as the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Swimming World Championships drew to a close at the Tollcross International Swimming Centre in Glasgow tonight but there was no doubt the individual star of the event was Brazil's Daniel Dias.
A good weekend for France ended with them winning the seventh edition of the Triathlon Mixed Relay World Championships for the first time in their history in Hamburg today.
Mexico and Panama will meet in the semi-finals of the Gold Cup after they won their respective quarter-finals against Costa Rica and Trinidad and Tobago in East Rutherford tonight.
The Australian Olympic Committee was represented by five Olympians in the 2015 Indigenous Marathon Project's Deadly Fun Run Championships in Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, to mark 30 years since the world-famous landmark was given back to its original owners.
France's Stéphane Houdet won his first British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships men’s singles title today in a nail biting final against Belgium's Joachim Gerard at the Nottingham Tennis Centre.