Germany's men bounced back from their crushing defeat yesterday with a shootout victory over Belgium in the International Hockey Federation (FIH) Hockey Pro League in Düsseldorf.
Belgium's men extended their lead atop the International Hockey Federation (FIH) Hockey Pro League standings with an emphatic 6-1 win over Germany as the competition returned following a six-month hiatus brought about by the coronavirus pandemic.
The International Hockey Federation (FIH) Hockey Pro League will make its return after an enforced six-month break tomorrow, with Germany set to host Belgium in back-to-back matches.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry says it has summoned the German Ambassador to Tehran to strongly condemn "interference in Iran’s internal affairs", following tweets criticising the execution of wrestling champion Navid Afkari.
Katrin Eger has been appointed youth secretary for the German Disabled Sports Youth (DBSJ) association.
The German Boxing Federation (DBV) have said a "large part" of their Olympic team has tested positive for coronavirus during a training camp in Austria.
Hosts and defending champions Portugal ran riot in their opening match at the Euro Beach Soccer League Superfinal as they thrashed France 7-0.
Germany’s archery team have been dealt a blow ahead of next year’s Olympic Games following Elena Richter’s unexpected retirement.
Germany narrowly defeated Austria 7-5 in a team judo competition held under strict hygiene regulations in Vienna.
German ice hockey players Frank Mauer and Moritz Seider have carried out mini-internships at their national federation.
German Nordic combined athlete David Mach has been named as elite student of the year at the prestigious Ski Boarding School in Oberstdorf.
Germany and the Netherlands have played the first softball match between two national teams since March after competing in back-to-back friendlies in Cologne.
European men's goalball champions Germany have returned to training following an enforced break caused by the coronavirus crisis.
The German Olympic Sports Confederation (DOSB) has warned that the financial damage to German sports organisations as a result of the coronavirus pandemic could run into the billions.
German Karate Federation (DKV) President Wolfgang Weigert has admitted he feels sorry for athletes who may be forced to re-qualify for Tokyo 2020, but claimed the revised system was fair to all competitors.