The number of competitors in the men’s individual recurve event at the World Archery Championships in Copenhagen has passed the 200 mark, it has been announced, making the competition the biggest in the sport’s history.
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The Cerebral Palsy International Sport and Recreation Association (CPISRA) have announced tickets for the World Games have officially gone on sale.
The Hong Kong Sports Institute (HKSI) have rolled out a new education programme allowing youngsters there to become full-time athletes in a bid to increase their medal prospects at future major Games.
The ticketing row which overshadowed the Port Moresby 2015 Closing Ceremony, leaving hundreds of spectators outside the Sir John Guise Stadium, was caused by a fans without tickets trying to gain access, as well as a larger number of VIPs turning up for the event than anticipated it has been claimed.
The International Swimming Federation (FINA) have announced they have extended their partnership with Chinese electrical company Midea for two years ahead of the upcoming World Championships in Kazan, Russia.
Pacific Games Council (PGC) executive director Andrew Minogue has hailed the participation of Australia and New Zealand at at the 15th edition of the event, which finished here yesterday.
The Australian Olympic Committee was represented by five Olympians in the 2015 Indigenous Marathon Project's Deadly Fun Run Championships in Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, to mark 30 years since the world-famous landmark was given back to its original owners.
The curtain came down on Port Moresby 2015 here this evening with a festival-style Closing Ceremony that provided a party ending to the 15th Pacific Games, although several hundred people were unable to gain access to the the Sir John Guise Stadium because of problems with tickets.
China's Tao Zheng broke his own three-year-old world record to win the gold medal in the men’s S6 100 metres at the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Swimming World Championships at the Tollcross International Swimming Centre in Glasgow.
Papua New Guinea finished top of the Pacific Games medals table for only the second time in the their history as their athletes produced another excellent performance here on the final day of competition at Port Moresby 2015.
Nalin Nipiko's sparkling innings of 49 helped Vanuatu secure their first-ever Pacific Games men’s cricket gold medal with a four-wicket victory over hosts and defending champions Papua New Guinea at Bisini Sports Grounds today.
The Association of National Olympic Committees of Africa (ANOCA) Zone II will re-open in December 2015, it has been announced, with an international taekwondo tournament in Mali’s capital Bamako, the first sporting event to be held there following the Ebola crisis.
American Dustin Johnson maintained his one-shot lead at the top of The Open leaderboard while compatriot Tiger Woods faltered once again and now looks set to miss the cut for the second consecutive major on a rain-affected day at St Andrews.
Simmonds bounces back from freestyle disappointment with medley gold at IPC Swimming World Championships
Britain's Ellie Simmonds bounced back from her shock S6 400 metres defeat earlier in the week by storming to gold in the women's SM6 200m individual medley in a world record time at the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Swimming World Championships at the Tollcross International Swimming Centre in Glasgow.
British Olympic Association receive boost for Rio 2016 as UK Sport to fund help pre-Games training camp
UK Sport have announced they are to inject £1.9 million ($2.9 million/€2.7 million) into Team GB’s preparation camp for the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.