Hosts Ukraine won both gold medals available on the second day of the European Diving Championships in Kiev.
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Olympic omnium champion Elia Viviani is among the star field set to compete at the European Road Cycling Championships in Alkmaar in the Netherlands this week.
Emil Frey Ltd will provide transport at the 2021 International University Sports Federation Winter Universiade in Lucerne after signing a sponsorship deal with the Organising Committee.
The United States will bid to underline their recent dominance of the World Junior Rowing Championships at this year's competition in Tokyo, which is doubling as a test event for next year's Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Australian Paralympians at Tokyo 2020 will be fuelled by Australian Beef after Paralympics Australia secured a sponsorship deal with Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA).
Two programmes targeting reformatory inmates and female domestic abuse victims has been officially unveiled by World Taekwondo in Kathmandu in Nepal.
Puerto Rico maintained their perfect start to the Women's Under-19 World Lacrosse Championships as they surprised Haudenosaunee in Canada.
Mexico booked their place in the women's beach soccer tournament at the Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) World Beach Games in Doha.
Reigning champion Omar Assar was pushed to the limits as he successfully defended his International Table Tennis Federation title in Lagos.
Germany won the first gold medal of the European Swimming League (LEN) European Diving Championships by clinching the mixed team event title in Kiev.
Belgium reached the quarter-finals of the International Korfball Federation World Korfball Championships in Durban with a crushing win against Hungary.
Britain's Joe Choong will lead home hopes when the European Modern Pentathlon Championships, which double as an Olympic qualification event, take place in Bath.
Frenchman Fabien Pianazza will bid to defend his RS:X World Youth Championship title when the competition gets underway in Saint Petersburg tomorrow.
Ski and Snowboard Australia (SSA) chief executive Michael Kennedy said the development of a national snowsports training centre (NSTC) is critical to the long-term success of the country's athletes, in an increasingly-competitive environment.
"Miracle on Ice" hockey arena set for revamp as part of $100 million Lake Placid makeover for 2023 Winter Universiade
Lake Placid Olympic Sports Complex will undergo a refurbishment after the New York State Olympic Regional Development Authority (ORDA) approved modernisation plans in time for the 2023 Winter Universiade.