Hosts and reigning champions Australia bounced back from their shock defeat at the hands of New Zealand with a 51-41 victory over England as the second phase of the Netball World Cup at the Allphones Arena on the Olympic Park in Sydney got underway.
Georgia claimed two gold medals on the opening night of the Junior Wrestling World Championships at the Pan-American Judo Center in Salvador da Bahia, Brazil.
Italy's Valentino battles hard to book last eight spot at European Confederation Continental Championships
Three-time Olympian Domenico Valentino beat Belarus’ Vazgen Safaryants on day five of the EUBC European Confederation Continental Championships in Samokov to book his place in the men’s lightweight division quarter-finals.
Australian pair Lucas Protopapas and Josh Barry claimed bowls pairs gold at the 2015 Cerebral Palsy International Sports and Recreation Association (CPISRA) World Games with victory over Scotland’s Fraser Mathieson and Garry Brown in Nottingham today.
Iran's powerlifter Siamand Rahman has been voted the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Allianz Athlete of the Month for July after polling 81 per cent of the vote.
The Professional Squash Association (PSA) have announced record growth in their television exposure during the first half of 2015, as their push for inclusion at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic programme continues.
Three years after her last competitive international race - in which she won the London 2012 women’s double sculls title with Katherine Grainger - Britain's Anna Watkins has announced that she is back in training and aiming for the Rio 2016 Games.
Olympic bronze medallist admits "relief" Britain have secured Rio 2016 spot ahead of EuroHockey Championships
London 2012 Olympic hockey bronze medallist Kate Richardson-Walsh admitted it was a “huge relief” for her side to qualify for next year's Olympics in Rio de Janeiro as she prepares to lead her England team into the Unibet EuroHockey Championships, due to begin here on August 21.
Two wounded ex-service personal, supported by the Help for Heroes’ Sports Recovery Programme have been selected as part of British Canoeing's 13-strong team for this month's Para-canoe World Championships in Milan.
There can be no slowing the pace of preparations with less than a year to go until the start of Rio 2016, the chair of the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) Coordination Commission, Nawal El Moutawakel, warned at the start of the penultimate inspection visit here today.
Swimming finals here at next year's Olympic Games will start at 10pm and finish after midnight, it has been confirmed, with preliminary sessions not due to begin until 1pm in order to compensate.
Transport company Yamato Holdings have been appointed as the latest Official Partner of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
More coverage must be given to human rights issues when country hosts major sports events, new report claims
Greater coverage must be given to human rights concerns around the world, a report designed to coincide with Rio 2016 One Year To Go celebrations has proclaimed.
The Confederation of African Athletics (CAA) has become the latest organisation to hit out at the recent doping allegations to plague the sport, claiming “immense damage” has been caused to their athletes and that they are “disturbed” a lot of them are aimed at Kenyan athletes.
Problems with the planned athletics venue look set to force major changes to the 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games on the Caribbean island of Saint Lucia, insidethegames understands.