Brazil maintained their 100 per cent start to the Copa América with a controversial 2-1 win over Colombia in Rio de Janeiro.
Six countries in the mix for semi-final spots with one day to go of men’s Volleyball Nations League preliminary round
Six countries are in contention for the semi-final places at the men’s Volleyball Nations League, with one day of preliminary round matches remaining in Rimini.
Brazil lead the standings as all four semi-final places are still up for grabs with two days of the preliminary round phase of the men’s Volleyball Nations League remaining in Rimini.
Mixed results for semi-finalists on final day of round-robin action at women’s Volleyball Nations League
The semi-finalists at the women’s Volleyball Nations League at Rimini in Italy endured mixed fortunes on the final day of round-robin play.
Last-minute hosts Brazil maintained their winning start to the defence of their Copa América title in Brasília as they beat Peru 4-0 in their second Group B match.
The Brazilian Olympic Committee (COB) has taken part in a blood drive, with Olympic champions among those donating and encouraging others to follow suit.
More than 40 coronavirus cases have been confirmed as being linked to the Copa América, according to the Brazilian Health Ministry.
Defending champions Brazil will face London 2012 silver medallists France in the group stage of the blind football tournament at the delayed Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
Defending champions the United States continued their unbeaten run as they racked up another century of points to thrash Venezuela at the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) Women's AmeriCup in Puerto Rico.
Last-minute hosts Brazil swept aside a COVID-19-inflicted Venezuela to make a winning start to the defence of their Copa América title in Brasília.
The rearranged Copa América is set to get underway in Brazil amid public opposition to the country stepping in to host the event at the last minute and COVID-19 concerns.
Brazil lead the men’s Volleyball Nations League competition after the third week of action following a straight sets win over Poland in the men’s event in Rimini.
Hosts Puerto Rico got their International Basketball Federation (FIBA) Women's AmeriCup campaign off to a winning start with a comfortable victory over Venezuela on the opening day of the tournament in San Juan.
Copa América will kickoff in Brazil on Sunday (June 13) after the country’s Supreme Federal Court ruled against calls for it to be cancelled amid fears that it could help make the country’s already dire fight against COVID-19 worse.
Brazil's Supreme Federal Court could force the cancellation of Copa América, which was controversially moved there at the last moment from neighbouring Argentina.