Macau and Indonesia each won playoff ties today at the Asia Oceania Korfball Championships in Saitama.
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A #UnitedByTheFlame campaign inviting social media users to carry their own digital flame has been launched by the Buenos Aires 2018 Organising Committee.
Saudi Arabia will chase a fourth successive title when the 2018 International Federation for Athletes with Intellectual Impairments (INAS) Football World Championships begins in Sweden tomorrow.
Nigeria's Sports Minister Solomon Dalung has supposedly pledged to immediately sign-off the repayment of half of the missing $150,000 (£106,000/€121,000) mistakenly sent to the country last year by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF).
Australia dominated the podium positions at the Oceania region's President's Cup taekwondo competition in Tahiti.
The Central American and Caribbean Games was declared closed in Barranquilla in a Closing Ceremony full of music, dance and fireworks in Colombia.
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Mountain bikers from Portugal and Germany claimed downhill titles today at the World University Cycling Championships in Portugal.
China and Japan each claimed gold medals on day two of competition at the first World University Wushu Championship in in Macau.
Top seeds United States were among the winners today as the Women's Softball World Championships continued in Japan.
Melanie Couzy continued her superb form to win the women's trap final at the European Shotgun Championship at the Shooting Park Leobersdorf.
China will meet Chinese Taipei in the final of the Asia-Oceania Korfball Championship in Saitama in Japan after each won their respective semi-finals today.
All three reigning male Olympic medallists are entered for the International Gymnastics Federation Trampoline World Cup set to start in Maebashi in Japan tomorrow.
Sprint racing is due to begin proceedings at the World Orienteering Championships in Riga tomorrow.