The Women's Fistball World Championship begins tomorrow in Grieskirchen in Austria, where the German team are looking to win a fourth straight title.
The Netherlands beat Austria by 16 runs to make a superb start to the Women's European Softball Championship in Venezia in Italy.
Italy required extra time to beat Austria, while Denmark comfortably beat Wales on the first day of knockout action at UEFA Euro 2020.
Denmark and Austria sealed places in the last 16 of UEFA Euro 2020 after earning decisive wins as Groups B and C were completed.
Austrian siblings Anna-Maria and Eirini Alexandri led the way as nine duets booked Tokyo 2020 spots at the International Swimming Federation's (FINA) Artistic Swimming Olympic Games Qualifying Tournament (ASOGQT) in Barcelona.
England began their UEFA European Championship campaign with a 1-0 victory on home soil against Croatia - the team who knocked them out of the last FIFA World Cup in the semi-finals.
This year's Women's World Fistball Championship has been moved from Switzerland to Austria because of COVID-19 restrictions.
Cuba and Austria both claimed two gold medals at the International Canoe Federation (ICF) Canoe Sprint World Cup in Barnaul.
The Austrian Ice Hockey Association (ÖEHV) has extended the contract of men's national team head coach and sports director Roger Bader.
Austrian Paralympic Committee (ÖPC) general secretary Petra Huber met with officials from three Japanese towns and cities to discuss cultural exchanges between the settlements and Austrian Paralympians.
Former world team champion Eva-Maria Brem of Austria has announced her retirement from Alpine skiing at the age of 32.
The Austrian Baseball Federation has agreed to recognise softball in the organisation's name.
Germany’s Julia Taubitz claimed her second gold of the Luge World Championships before being denied a third when Austria clinched a surprise victory over the hosts in the team relay event in Königssee.
Andreas Prommegger and Claudia Riegler of Austria won the team mixed parallel slalom event on home snow in Bad Gastein as part of the International Ski Federation (FIS) Snowboard World Cup.
Austrian cyclist Stefan Denifl has been sentenced to two years in prison for his role in the Operation Aderlass blood doping scandal.