World Taekwondo Europe President Sakis Pragalos and secretary general Michael Fysentzidis visited the Ministry of Youth and Sports in Belgrade to discuss the 2020 European Taekwondo Championships being held in the Serbian capital.
Belgrade has been announced as the host of the 2018 World Shooting Para Sport European Championships.
Russia claimed three gold medals as the success for the nation continued on the fourth day of the World Finswimming Championships in Belgrade.
Serbia's Milica Starović was quickest in the women's K1 500 metres as her home European Canoe Sprint Championships opened in Belgrade.
Three-time Olympic medallist Synek claims men's single sculls title on final day of World Rowing Cup
Ondřej Synek of Czech Republic emerged triumphant in the men's single sculls final on the last day of action at the World Rowing Cup in the Serbian capital Belgrade.
Germany’s Jason Osborne led the field by a considerable distance to ensure he won the men’s single sculls title at the World Rowing Cup in the Serbian capital Belgrade.
Great Britain were among the heat winners in the men’s quadruple sculls to qualify directly for the final on the opening day of the World Rowing Cup in Belgrade.
Belgrade will stage the opening event of the World Rowing Cup season with competition beginning tomorrow.
National Olympic Committees (NOC) preparations for Games was a key discussion point on the opening day of the European Olympic Committees (EOC) seminar here today.
Progress by organisers of the Minsk 2019 European Games will be among topics of discussion at the 39th European Olympic Committees (EOC) Seminar in Belgrade.
Nanjing was today named as host for the International Association of Athletics Federation’s (IAAF) 2020 World Indoor Championships.
Action is set to begin in the third and final leg of the International Canoe Federation (ICF) Sprint World Cup season tomorrow in Belgrade with Olympic gold medallists heading onto the water.
Rowers from Great Britain and Switzerland enjoyed an emphatic final day at the opening World Rowing Cup stage of the season in Belgrade, winning six gold medals between them.
Croatia's Rio 2016 Olympic silver medallist Damir Martin successfully made it through to the final of the men's single sculls event on day two of the first World Rowing Cup of the season in Belgrade.
Olympic champions Great Britain were the top qualifiers in the men's coxless four on a disrupted opening day of the first 2017 World Rowing Cup stage of the season in Belgrade.