Defending champions Tunisia finally had the satisfaction of winning a 10th Men’s African Volleyball Championship on the home soil of their capital Tunis – but they were made to work hard for it by Cameroon.
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Jolanda Neff retained her elite women’s cross country title in style at the European Cycling Union (UEC) Mountain Bike Championships in Brno in the Czech Republic.
Britain’s Emily Benham Kvåle won her fifth World Mountain Bike Orienteering Championships (WMTBOC) medal and second gold as sprint racing in and around the town of Viborg opened Denmark’s first hosting of the event.
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Britain top World Rowing Under-23 Championship medals table for first time after four golds on final day
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Frei retains women’s under-23 cross country title at UEC Mountain Bike European Championships in Brno
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Democratic Republic of the Congo today became the first winners of the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) AfroCan tournament in Mali’s capital city of Bamako.
South Korea’s Lee Mi-hyang, who led the Evian Championship by a shot coming into today’s third round in the fourth women’s golf major of the season, dropped back to joint-fifth after following her earlier rounds of 65 and 67 with a 71 that left her on 10 under par.