Academics from Loughborough University have joined forces with the Twinning Project, an initiative that uses sport to help prisoners prepare for release and provides a route to paid employment.
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Home favourites and defending champions Ai Kondo Yoshida and Miho Yoshioka are leading the women’s event standings after day two of racing at the 470 World Championships on Enoshima Bay in Japan.
Great Britain’s girls’ team won their two games today to remain undefeated at the 2019 International Blind Sports Federation Goalball Youth World Championships in Penrith.
Sochi is set to return to the international skeleton calendar later this year when the city hosts the first stage of the Intercontinental Cup.
Olympic gold medallist Looney named head coach of women's ice hockey programme at Lindenwood University
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Belgian cyclist Bjorg Lambrecht has died at the age of 22 following a crash during stage three of the Tour de Pologne.
Spain’s Roberto Bautista Agut progressed to the second round of the Rogers Cup after beating Australia’s Bernard Tomic in straight sets in Montreal.
Australia claimed a surprise win over Canada as action begun in the women’s team event at the World Squash Federation Junior Championships in Kuala Lumpur.
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Defending women’s singles champion Carolina Marin has pulled out of the 2019 Badminton World Federation (BWF) World Championships due to injury.
Swedish duo take lead in men's event as racing begins at 470 World Championships at Tokyo 2020 venue
Sweden’s Anton Dahlberg Dahlberg and Fredrik Bergström hold the overall lead in the men’s event after the first day of racing at the 470 World Championships on Enoshima Bay in Japan.
Baseball5 has been contested for the first time in Britain as part of the Kent and Medway Business Games (KMBG) at Medway Park in Gillingham.
France are set to begin the defence of their title against Canada tomorrow when the Men’s Youth World Handball Championship begins in North Macedonia’s capital Skopje.