Sweden rounded off the European Orienteering Championships at Neuchâtel in Switzerland with a golden double as Tove Alexandersson and Emil Svensk won the respective women’s and men’s sprint races.
The International Fistball Association (IFA) has revealed the logo for the 2023 Men’s World Fistball Championship in Mannheim in Germany.
The University Club of Chicago’s Cathedral Hall is set to host the Professional Squash Association (PSA) World Championships for the first time later this year.
Switzerland's Matthias Kyburz and Sweden's Tove Alexandersson claimed the men's and women's sprint titles at the European Orienteering Championships in Neuchatel in Switzerland after three rounds of knockout racing.
Alyssa Healy and Babar Azam have been named the International Cricket Council (ICC) Players of the Month for April.
Romania's Olga Maleiko has admitted it was difficult to move down a weight category for the 2020 World Sambo Championships, where she claimed the women's under-68-kilogram gold medal.
The Global Esports Federation (GEF) has announced that the first three editions of the Global Esports Games are to take place in Singapore, Istanbul and Riyadh, in that order and starting from this year.
Home athletes Kyburz and Roos top qualifying for knockout sprint at European Orienteering Championships
Home athlete Matthias Kyburz won one of the three men’s heats for tomorrow’s knockout sprint at the European Orienteering Championships in Neuchâtel.
The T20 World Cup could be expanded to 20 teams in future after it was revealed the International Cricket Council (ICC) is considering adding another four teams from the 2024 edition onwards.
The International Federation of Teqball (FITEQ) has announced that players entering its competitions are now required to take part in anti-doping webinars and educational workshops.
Netball Australia has unanimously endorsed reforms to its governance along with its eight member organisations following months of collaboration and discussion.
Strand slip helps hosts Switzerland to winning start at sprint events at European Orienteering Championships
Hosts Switzerland got off to a winning start in the first designated sprint events at the European Orienteering Championships in the history of the sport, as they took gold in the sprint relay on the shores at Lake Neuchâtel today.
Professional Squash Association (PSA) chairman Ziad Al-Turki has been appointed to the Saudi Arabian Olympic Committee (SAOC) Board.
Hosts Switzerland will be targeting gold when the first sprint-focused European Orienteering Championships in the history of the sport start in Neuchâtel tomorrow, with spectators absent due to COVID-19 restrictions.
The International Federation of Teqball (FITEQ) marked the one-year anniversary of the launch of its Club Development Programme by revealing that more than 2,500 clubs had been boosted by the initiative.