Rita Ferreira and Ana Teixeira will be hoping to earn their third successive International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) Acrobatic World Cup win this season at this weekend's event in Belgium.
Georgia's Marsagishvili among star performers as UWW Beach Wrestling World Series event begins in Portugal
Georgia's Dato Marsagishvili was among the athletes that impressed most during the first day of qualification action at the United World Wrestling (UWW) Beach Wrestling World Series event in Chaves in Portugal.
Chaves in Portugal is set to host the first leg of the United World Wrestling (UWW) Beach Wrestling World Series with competition to be spread over the coming two days.
Spain thrashed hosts Portugal 4-0 in the final of the inaugural UEFA Women's Futsal Euros final in Porto.
Hosts Portugal and Spain will meet in the final of the inaugural UEFA Women's Futsal Euros after winning their respective semi-finals in Porto today.
The inaugural UEFA Women's Futsal Euros competition will kick off tomorrow in Porto with four teams competing.
Spain's Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez has proposed launching bid from his country for the 2030 FIFA World Cup in tandem with Morocco and Portugal.
The Boccia International Sport Federation's (BISFed) 2019 General Assembly will be held in the Portuguese city of Povoa, it has been announced, following the end of the Boccia World Cup in November 2019.
Paralympic cycling champion Christiane Reppe of Germany won her debut Paratriathlon World Cup event in Portugal after switching from her previous sport.
Pimenta faces the pressure as Portugal prepare for ICF Canoe Sprint and Paracanoe World Championships
Local hero Fernando Pimenta is the face of the International Canoe Federation (ICF) Canoe Sprint and Paracanoe World Championships that start in in Montemor, Portugal tomorrow.
France, Italy and Portugal enjoy success on opening day of World University Canoe Sprint Championships
Italy, France and Portugal each won two semi-finals as action began at the World University Canoe Sprint Championships in Szolnok in Hungary.
Czech Republic and Australia claim time trial golds as FISU World University Cycling Championships begin
The Czech Republic and Australia were the first two nations to earn gold medals as the World University Cycling Championships got underway in the Portuguese city of Braga.
Portuguese city Braga is set to welcome 200 competitors from around the globe for the eighth World University Cycling Championships.
Janis Smedins and Aleksandrs Samoilovs earned the gold medal the hard way at the Espinho Open in Portugal – the latest 4-star stop on the International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) Beach Volleyball World Tour.
A collective sigh of disappointment was audible across the footballing world yesterday as fans woke up to a troubling realisation.