The Cyprus National Olympic Academy held its 30th Session with "Athletes as Role Models" as the core topic.
Cyprus will be represented by six athletes at the 2018 Summer Youth Olympic Games due to begin here tomorrow.
The Cyprus Olympic Committee (COC) held its Olympic Day celebrations alongside athletes and sporting governing bodies in Nicosia.
Cyprus were crowned winners of the rhythmic gymnastics team event to surpass their record total of gold medals at a Commonwealth Games here today.
Cyprus have confirmed a 47-member team for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games as they mark their 10th participation at the multi-sport event.
Cyprus and Iceland claimed five athletics gold medals each today as action came to a close at the Games of the Small States of Europe (GSSE) in San Marino.
Cyprus experienced considerable success in athletics today as action continued at the Games of the Small States of Europe (GSSE) in San Marino.
The Cyprus Olympic Committee (COC) has held a conference entitled "Women in Sport: A Catalyst in Solving Social Issues".
The European Taekwondo Union (ETU) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Cyprus Sport Organisation (CSO).
The Cyprus National Olympic Academy hosted its 28th annual session on the theme of "the impact of sport on social health".
Russia capped off a successful three days here at the World University Sambo Championships by claiming the mixed team title at the expense of Kyrgyzstan.
Russia sealed top spot in the medal standings at the inaugural World University Sambo Championships here in Cyprus’ capital after claiming a further four golds today to take their tally to 10.
Russia were the dominant force on the first day of the inaugural World University Sambo Championships here, winning all six of the finals in which they were represented.
The first-ever World University Sambo Championships are set to begin here in Cyprus tomorrow as athletes battle it out for medals across 10 different men’s and women’s weight categories.
Cyprus Olympic Committee President Dinos Michaelides has claimed the country have achieved their best ever results at the Olympic Games at Rio 2016, despite failing to claim a medal.