The Professional Squash Association (PSA) have revealed that the 2016 J.P Morgan Tournament of Champions will have parity in prize money between men’s and women’s events for the first time.
Michael Pavitt Senior reporterFollow @michael_pavitt
Recent articles by Michael
A study by the Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market (OHIM), has claimed the sale of fake sports equipment costs legitimate manufacturers in the European Union €500 million (£365 million/$563 million) every year.
Teams are due to show their support of the “Keep Rugby Clean” anti-doping education programme during the 2015 Rugby World Cup in England, with each side at the tournament set to use September 26 to back the campaign by wearing t-shirts promoting its message.
Coe warns Radcliffe should not be victim of "McCarthyesque witch-hunt" as he backs her claims of innocence
International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) President Sebastian Coe has come out in support of world marathon record holder Paula Radcliffe after she was linked to doping by a British Parliament inquiry into blood doping on Tuesday (September 8).
Mi Hyang Lee and Lexi Thompson share lead after opening day of Evian Championships as Inbee Park endures difficult day
South Korea’s Mi Hyang Lee and 20-year-old American Lexi Thompson share the lead at the end of the opening day of the Evian Championships in Évian-les-Bains, France.
Brett Gosper, chief executive of World Rugby, has predicted the sport is set to embark on a “golden period” with the 2015 World Cup set to begin next week in England, before the rugby sevens makes its Olympic debut next year in Rio de Janeiro.
Ireland’s Nicolas Roche earned Team Sky’s first stage victory of the 2015 Vuelta a España, seeing off the threat of Spain’s Haimar Zubeldia in the closing stages of stage 18 in Riaza.
Britain’s Jamie Murray and Australia’s John Peers reached the men’s doubles final at the US Open at Flushing Meadows, but heavy rain saw the women’s singles semi-finals postponed until Friday.
Skate Canada have signed a two-year agreement with Bloomex, which will see the company become their official florist.
The UK charity Women in Sport has released a report which they hope will lead to greater participation and engagement among women and girls.
Chris Earle, the former director of sport at the Aspire Academy in Qatar, has begun his new role as the English Football Association’s (FA) Head of Education where he will aim to increase standards of football coaching throughout the country.
Olympic champions Sir Matthew Pinsent and Etienne Stott praise venue ahead of ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships
Four-time Olympic rowing gold medallist Sir Matthew Pinsent has joined Britain’s top slalom canoeists at London’s Lee Valley White Water Centre, ahead of the International Canoe Federation (ICF) Canoe Slalom World Championships.
Brazilian sport ambassadors at the ongoing Fortaleza 2015 Youth School Games have met with many of the 3,850 student-athletes participating in competition across the nine-day event to offer their guidance and support.
Romanian fighters record impressive victories to reach AIBA Junior World Boxing Championships semi-finals
Romania enjoyed success on quarter-final day at the International Boxing Association (AIBA) Junior World Boxing Championships as both of their fighters booked semi-final places after recording impressive wins in the Russian city of St Petersburg.
Spain’s Joaquim Rodriguez moved into the race leaders red jersey after finishing two seconds clear of Italy’s Fabio Aru on stage 16 of the Vuelta a España, while Luxembourg’s Frank Schleck rode the final kilometres of the route from Luarca to Ermita de Alba to earn the stage win.