Hosts South Africa enjoyed crushing wins in both the women's and men's African Hockey Championships on home soil in Johannesburg today.
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Spanish Paralympic swimmer Teresa Perales has been honoured with the Premio Leyenda award - becoming the first Para-athlete to receive the prize.
Canadian wheelchair tennis player Joel Dembe has announced his retirement from the sport.
Roxanne Viviers bagged a hat-trick as Zimbabwe began the International Hockey Federation (FIH) Women's African Championships with a thumping 9-0 victory over Tanzania in Johannesburg today.
Jérôme Champagne has launched another bid to win the FIFA Presidency.
FIFA Presidential election date to remain the same as Platini is told he can't run if still suspended
FIFA have confirmed that the date of its Presidential election will not be moved - with the vote set to be held at an extraordinary congress on February 26 as originally planned.
Canadian tennis ace Eugenie Bouchard has opened legal proceedings against the United States Tennis Association (USTA) after a head injury she suffered at the US Open in September.
Paralympic champions Australia became the first country to book their place in the semi-finals of the BT World Wheelchair Rugby Challenge at the Copper Box Arena on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London today.
Tokyo 2020 organisers are going from "strength to strength" as the Japanese capital prepares to host the Olympics and Paralympics in just under five years' time, according to International Olympic Committee (IOC) vice-president John Coates.
Former South African Football Association (SAFA) official Lindile Kika has been banned from the sport for six years by FIFA's Ethics Committee due to his role in a match-fixing scandal prior to the 2010 World Cup.
FIFA Presidential candidate Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein claims the February 26 election to find a new chief of football's governing body should not be postponed, as doing so would create "further instability".
Paralympic champions Australia began their BT World Wheelchair Rugby Challenge campaign with a 65-62 victory over Japan at London's Copper Box Arena.
Double world champion sit-skier Corey Peters has been named as athlete of the year for 2015 by Snow Sport New Zealand after a superb season.
Sprint gold medallist Scott Reardon is in no mood to share at the forthcoming International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Athletics World Championships in Doha, after being forced to accept the T42 100 metre title alongside rival Heinrich Popow two years ago.
European Athletics (EA) President Svein Arne Hansen says he is keen to strengthen relations in the Baltic countries after a visit to Lithuania.