China's candidate city, Jinjiang, will stage the 2020 Gymnasiade after earning a clear first round victory here over Taoyuan in Chinese Taipei and Budapest in Hungary.
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World Archery and its partners will contribute towards reconstruction work in the aftermath of the recent earthquake in Mexico City, where its World Championships start tomorrow.
Uğur Erdener has been unanimously re-elected unopposed as World Archery President for a fourth four-year term at the Federation’s 2017 Congress in Mexico City.
Longstanding diplomatic tensions between China and Chinese Taipei will be fully tested here in this Sardinian resort tomorrow as they stand as rival bidders, along with Hungary, to host the International School Sport Federation’s (ISF) 2020 Gymnasiade.
Lightweight men's four dropped as Congress approves FISA plan for World Championships gender equality
Plans to introduce gender equality to the World Rowing Championships - reflecting the process that took place within the Olympic programme in February - were endorsed by 137 votes to six at the International Rowing Federation (FISA) Congress in Sarasota-Bradenton.
Exclusive: Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games would not stop London staging European Athletics Championships in same year
Birmingham's emergence as the only official bidder for the 2022 Commonwealth Games is unlikely to affect plans to hold the European Athletics Championships at the Olympic Stadium in London in the same year.
Delegates at tomorrow's International Rowing Federation (FISA) Congress in Sarasota-Bradenton will be asked to endorse the FISA Council's recommendation that the 2021 World Rowing Championships should go to China for the first time - with Shanghai the only bidders.
A new ruling by the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) on headgear comes into effect today, that will enable female Muslim players to wear the hijab in international competition.
The International Canoe Federation (ICF), currently overseeing an innovative World Championship in Pau, will review the event with a view to proposing possible new disciplines for future Olympics.
South Korea’s skaters started their season in style as they won three of the four gold medals on the first finals day of the International Skating Union’s World Cup Short Track in Budapest, with the 2015 overall world champion Choi Min Jeong winning the women’s 1,500 and 500 metres titles.
Home athlete Matthias Kyburz and Tove Alexandersson of Sweden each earned a fourth International Orienteering Federation World Cup title as they won their respective middle distance races at today’s final in the Swiss Alpine resort of Grindelwald.
Satch returns for Britain, but Australia win first men’s four gold in 26 years at World Rowing Championships
Britain, Olympic champions in the men’s four boat class on the last five occasions, had to settle for a global bronze at today’s World Rowing Championships in Sarasota-Bradenton despite the return of Rio 2016 eights gold medallist Will Satch, who had to be substituted from the boat due to illness just before the semi-finals.
Christie builds well at ISU Short Track World Cup in Budapest, but men’s world champion Seo fails twice
Britain’s overall world champion Elise Christie built on her strong start at the International Skating Union (ISU) Short Track World Cup in Budapest as she won her 1000 metres heat – but South Korea’s overall men’s world champion Seo Yi-Ra failed to progress from his heat at the same distance.
Home canoeing fans erupted in celebration today as France’s C2 pair of Gauthier Klauss and Matthieu Peche won gold at the 2017 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships in Pau.
Argentina’s 31-year-old world and Olympic women’s under-48 kilograms champion Paula Pareto, returning to competition after concentrating for the last year on her work as a doctor, won a bronze medal on the opening day of the International Judo Federation’s Grand Prix in Zagreb.