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September 30 - GB Taekwondo has announced a new sponsorship agreement with Beacon Bingo and sister company Cashino that will see the gaming firms support athletes such as Olympic champion Jade Jones in the build up to Rio 2016.
September 30 - A plaque in honour of Britain's Tour de France and four-time Olympic gold medal winning cyclist Sir Bradley Wiggins has been unveiled in the Paddington Recreation Ground in Kilburn in Central London.
September 29 - Following the successful hosting of the Lagos International Classic last month, Nigeria have been awarded the rights to host the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) African Top 16 Cup next year, it has been announced.
September 29 - Kenya's Wilson Kipsang finished ahead of compatriots Eliud Kipchoge and Geoffrey Kipsang on his way to setting a world record time of 2 hours 03min 23sec at the BMW Berlin Marathon today.
September 29 - Angola have become the first side to successfully defend the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) Women's Afrobasket title after defeating the host nation Mozambique 64-61 in the final.
September 29 - Hosts Kazakhstan secured three more gold medals on the final day of the inaugural International Judo Federation (IJF) Grand Prix in the Almaty Sports Palace, to finish top of the medal table from rivals Brazil and Russia.
September 28 - World Archery President and International Olympic Committee (IOC) member Uğur Erdener has been re-elected unopposed for another term at the helm during the World Archery Congress in the Turkish city of Belek, keeping hold of his position in a landslide vote.
September 28 - Home crowds at the Almaty Sports Palace were treated to a great display of action on the opening day International Judo Federation (IJF) Almaty Grand Prix, which saw Kazakhstan claim two gold medals.
Canadian show jumper Ian Millar holds the record for the most Olympic appearances by an athlete in any sport. When he competed at London 2012 at the age of 65 it was the tenth time he had competed in the Games since making his debut 30 years earlier at Munich 1972. He had won his only Olympic medal at Beijing 2008 when he was part of Canada’s team that took silver in the team jumping event. Millar won a gold medal in the Pan American Games team jumping event at Toronto 2015. He announced his retirement in 2019.
The Media and Communications Executive will work closely with CGE’s Media and Communications Manager to support the delivery of the organisation’s communications strategy. They will assist on the delivery of CGE’s external communication through media outlets and digital platforms with an aim to share our values, athlete stories and celebrate success to inspire the nation.
The coronavirus pandemic forced a near global shutdown of sport across the world, but sports governing bodies have staged successful events despite the COVID-19 crisis. Mike Rowbottom speaks to those who have been able to do so.