Magnus Cort triumphed on the fifth stage of the BinckBank Tour in The Netherlands from a breakaway group.
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Group winners Croatia suffered quarter-final defeat to Spain at the International Swimming Federation Men's Youth World Water Polo Championships in Hungary today.
Newly-crowned European champion Nicola Spirig will hope for further success when she competes in front of a home crowd at the International Triathlon Union (ITU) World Cup in Lausanne.
The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) have announced that Karim Ibrahim has been removed from their Council.
Organisers have announced that a bear will be the official mascot for the 2019 Men's Ice Hockey World Championships in Slovakia.
The German Football Association (DFB) have announced that former national team captain Philipp Lahm will lead the Organising Committee should the country be awarded the 2024 European Championships.
Switzerland’s Sandra Graf clinched gold in the women’s H4 time trial event at the Para Cycling Road World Cup at Baie Comeau in Quebec.
World number one Simona Halep completed victory in her delayed match at the Cincinnati Masters to book her place in the third round on a rain affected day.
The Cyprus Olympic Committee (COC) has announced the death of Iro Mitsidou at the age of 87.
Krasnoyarsk 2019 have claimed the International University Sport Federation (FISU) Forum has provided them with useful information as they prepare for the Winter Universiade.
Fabio Jakobsen earned victory in a bunch sprint on the opening stage of the BinckBank Tour in Bolsward.
Dutch long track speed skating coach Geert Kuiper has joined Speed Skating Canada as a technical coach advisor.
Italian Nordic combined athlete Armin Bauer has announced his retirement from the sport at the age of 28.
Belarus President claims European Games will boost image and tourism amid ongoing criticism of human rights record
Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko has claimed the European Games will have a positive impact on the image of the country and provide a boost to tourism, despite ongoing criticism of the country's human rights record.
Sigulda District Council have provisionally supported the acquisition of land which could be used to construct an Athletes' Village as part of Latvia’s involvement in a Stockholm bid for the 2026 Winter Olympics.