Viviane Forest, Canada’s poster girl for the 2010 Winter Paralympic Games, is among seven new members inducted into the Canadian Paralympic Hall of Fame.
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The European Union of Gymnastics (UEG) will change its name to European Gymnastics on April 1 next year following approval at the General Assembly in the Bulgarian capital of Sofia.
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Organisers of next year's European Universities Games in Belgrade are aiming for them to be the "most successful ever".
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The International Biathlon Union (IBU) has reallocated the 2020 Summer Biathlon World Championships to Ruhpolding in Germany.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) vice-president Juan Antonio Samaranch, the chair of the Beijing 2022 Coordination Commission, is reportedly "very impressed" by progress after a three-day site visit.
Former Olympian and Labour Senator Nova Peris has claimed the establishment of a statue to Peter Norman, who played a part in the hugely controversial men’s 200m podium protest for civil rights at the Mexico 1968 Olympics, was "long overdue".
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Kazakhstan,Tunisia and Greece earned their first gold medals in under-21 events at the World Karate Federation Cadet, Junior and Under-21 Championships in Santiago.