Scotland have announced they are bidding to host the 2019 edition of the Solheim Cup at The Gleneagles Hotel in Perthshire as they look to continue to stage the world’s biggest golf events in the country.
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A 2015 Rugby World Cup ball has been launched into space as part of the countdown to the tournament due to start at Twickenham Stadium in England on September 18.
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The International Basketball Association (FIBA) has officially opened its new regional office for Oceania in the Gold Coast, Australia.
America's Dustin Johnson has a one shot lead at the US PGA Championship after carding a six-under-par opening round at Whistling Straits golf course in Wisconsin, the third consecutive major he has led at the end of the first day.
Dion Townsend-Roberts produced a world record in the final of the men’s F42/44/47 high jump to claim Parapan American Games gold for the United States, while there were a further two world records in athletics events on the seventh day of the Games.
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The Professional Squash Association (PSA) have announced record growth in their television exposure during the first half of 2015, as their push for inclusion at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic programme continues.
Cuba’s Omara Duran recorded the fastest 100 metres time ever by a female Para-athlete on the first day of athletics at the Parapan American Games in Toronto.
Speedo have been announced as the exclusive swimwear and swim equipment supplier to the International Swimming Federation (FINA) Swimming World Cup series until 2019.
The Netherlands’ Roy Korving continued his run at the EUBC European Confederation Continental Championships in Samokov, enjoying another impressive victory in the men’s under 91 kilogram heavyweight competition.
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