Argentina recorded their third straight victory away from home as they beat China to reduce the gap to current women's International Hockey Federation Pro League leaders The Netherlands.
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Sweden recorded two victories to move clear at the top of the standings at the Women's World Curling Championships in the Danish town of Silkeborg.
Siem Reap in Cambodia is scheduled to host the next men's International Volleyball Federation Beach World Tour event as the circuit heads to Southeast Asia.
Planica in Slovenia and Chaikovsky in Russia are this weekend set to stage the final International Ski Jumping Federation (FIS) Ski Jumping World Cup events of the season.
There was no play possible on the opening day of the International Cricket Council World Twenty20 East Asia-Pacific regional qualification finals in Papua New Guinea.
Russian Bobsleigh Federation (RBF) vice-president and interim head Elena Anikina was elected President of the organisation at an Extraordinary Meeting in Sochi today.
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Candidates for President of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) laid out their plans for the future of the organisation as the campaign to replace Sir Craig Reedie reached a key milestone at the Annual Symposium here.
Koehler calls for tougher sanctions against athlete entourages after Austrian caught in middle of blood transfusion
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WADA admit International Federations may need encouragement in pursuing cases from Moscow Laboratory data
International Federations (IFs) may need encouragement in pursuing cases stemming from the Moscow Laboratory data but the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) is prepared to take them on if they are unable to, according to President Sir Craig Reedie.
Countries should set up their own investigation teams to help WADA with doping probes, Sir Craig claims
World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) President Sir Craig Reedie has suggested larger countries should establish their own group of investigators to strengthen doping probes and compliment the organisation's existing department.
A questionnaire aimed at examining the "prevalence of doping behaviour in Europe" will be distributed by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) to athletes competing at this year's European Games in Minsk.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) will ask FIFA to intervene after former Deputy Sports Minister Yuri Nagornykh, one of the masterminds of the Russian doping scandal, was appointed to the Board of Premier League club Lokomotiv Moscow.
Sir Craig pleads for unity as claims access to Moscow Laboratory shows WADA made the right decision to reinstate RUSADA
World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) President Sir Craig Reedie made a plea for unity following the fractious fall-out to the Russian doping scandal as he claimed gaining access to the data at the Moscow Laboratory has proven the organisation made the right decision to reinstate the country.
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