Scotland lead the way at the European Bowls Team Championships after day two of competition in Jersey.
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Turkey's Hatice Kubra Ilgun defeated Britain's double Olympic champion Jade Jones to win 57 kilograms gold at the World Taekwondo Grand Prix in Rabat.
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Czech Republic clinched the Junior Davis Cup title today as the Fed Cup crown went to the United States in Budapest.
Great Britain claimed two of the three gold medals available as the World Taekwondo (WT) Grand Prix made its African debut in Morocco's capital Rabat.
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Lithuania added the continental crown to their Paralympic gold medal as the International Blind Sports Federation Goalball European Championships concluded in Finland.
World number one Son Wan-ho won his mouth-watering battle with double Olympic champion Lin Dan to reach the semi-finals of the Badminton World Federation Japan Open.
The World Archery Championships in Mexico City will currently go ahead as planned next month, despite the devastating earthquake which has rocked the country.
Denmark's world champion Viktor Axelsen continued his progression at the Badminton World Federation Japan Open with second round victory at the Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium.