Brend Frederickx, making his first Hyundai Archery World Cup final appearance in his first international season, saw gold turn to silver with his final arrow in Shanghai today.
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World record holder Liu Hong and London 2012 Olympic champion Chen Ding will aim to retain their 20 kilometres titles at the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Race Walking Challenge meeting in the Chinese city of Taicang tomorrow.
Women's world champions Switzerland secured their place in the final at the Curling World Cup Grand Final after extending their unbeaten run on the third day of competition in Beijing.
Nine-time Paralympic champion Sophie Pascoe of New Zealand broke a world record and Singapore’s Toh Wei Soong produced the most popular performance in earning home gold on the opening day of the World Para Swimming Series.
Germany and Poland 1 topped their respective groups with a sweep of all their matches in the pool play round at the inaugural Pingtan Beach ParaVolley World Series Open in China.
Hosts China made a strong impact on the podium places on the opening day of the third World Para Athletics Grand Prix of the year in Beijing.
The United States are set on maintaining their domination of the two-day International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) World Relays, which will start in Yokohama in Japan tomorrow.
Lorena Wiebes of the Netherlands strengthened her grip on the title at the Tour of Chongming Island in China as she earned her second successive stage victory.
Kimberley Rhode won the women’s skeet title at the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) Shotgun World Cup in Changwon as Italy’s Diana Bacosi had to settle for silver.
Belgium’s Archery World Cup debutant Brend Frederickx teed up a second gold medal match in Shanghai today as he and Sarah Prieels earned a place in the compound mixed team final.
Four bowls clubs in Wales are preparing to host the World Bowls Atlantic Championships, which star tomorrow and run until May 23.
Lorena Wiebes of the Netherlands sprinted home to win the opening stage of the Tour of Chongming Island in China today.
Hosts China are set to field many of their Paralympic and world champions at the third World Para Athletics Grand Prix of the year starting in Beijing tomorrow.
Home swimmer Toh Wei Soong is planning to build on his season’s success at the World Para Swimming World Series event which starts in Singapore tomorrow.
Olympic women's champions Sweden fell to their second successive defeat at the inaugural Curling World Cup Grand Final in Beijing today.