Sweden tasted home success at today's International Equestrian Federation Jumping Nations Cup leg in Falsterbo.
Switzerland’s nine-times world champion Nino Schurter won a test of nerve to claim gold in the men’s cross country event at the International Cycling Union (UCI) Mountain Bike World Cup in Les Gets, France.
World champions China won the fifth International Basketball Federation 3x3 Women's Series event of the season following a nerve-jangling final against Spain.
Italy, Japan and Russia have all advanced to the second round of the International Volleyball Federation Women's Under-20 World Championship with unbeaten records after extending their winning runs to three matches in Mexico today.
France's Nolan Beddiaf and Italy's Francesca Lollobrigida won the skating marathon titles on the streets of Barcelona on the final day of the World Roller Games.
England won the International Cricket Council Men's World Cup for the first time after beating New Zealand after the final at Lord's in London for the first time in history was decided by a super over after the match was tied with both teams having scored the same number of runs.
Sweden claimed home victory in the International Equestrian Federation Dressage Nations Cup event in Falsterbo today.
Gustavo Fernández of Argentina won his first Wimbledon wheelchair singles title after a superb fightback against world number one Shingo Kunieda.
Egypt won two of the seven golds on offer on the second day of the World Para Powerlifting Championships in Kazakhstan’s capital Nur-Sultan – formerly Astana.
China won two more golds at the International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation (IWAS) Wheelchair Fencing World Cup in Warsaw to increase to seven their tally with one more day of competition remaining.
England matched the joint-highest score of the competition so far as they swept Samoa aside to complete their Group D campaign with three wins from three in the Netball World Cup at the M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool today.
Matt Crossen scored a seven-minute hat-trick as England defeated the United States to reach the semi-finals of the International Federation of Cerebral Palsy Football World Cup.
Back-to-back Olympic champion Áron Szilágyi will be aiming for an elusive world title on home soil at the World Fencing Championships which begin in Budapest tomorrow.
Racing begins tomorrow across nine classes at the Youth Sailing World Championships in Gdynia.
An athletes' lounge and breakout area has been set-up for those competing at the 2019 Pacific Games here as part of the "Voices of the Athletes" (VoA) programme launched by the Oceania National Olympic Committees (ONOC).