The second set of United States Olympic and Paralympic rowing trials have begun in New Jersey today, with time trials held in three events.
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IBU confirms RBU not eligible for reinstatement until at least December 2022 at latest meeting of working group
A working group overseeing the reinstatement of the Russian Biathlon Union (RBU) has underlined that the national body will not be able to become a full International Biathlon Union (IBU) member again until at least December 2022.
The World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) has launched a new podcast, The Global Game, to mark 100 days until the softball tournament begins at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
An International Tennis Federation (ITF) study into the gender equality in coverage of the sport has found that women's tennis receives less attention than men's and that the discussion is less focused on happenings on the court.
Ten British athletes who will benefit from the Nicholas Cheffings Para Athlete Bursary in 2021 have been announced by law firm Hogan Lovells.
Cara Button has been named senior manager of Game Plan, the Canadian Olympic Committee (COC)-backed athlete well-being programme.
Austrian Paralympic Committee (ÖPC) general secretary Petra Huber met with officials from three Japanese towns and cities to discuss cultural exchanges between the settlements and Austrian Paralympians.
Hideki Matsuyama held his nerve to win The Masters by a single shot and become the first Japanese man to win a golf major.
India beat Argentina 3-0 in the Hockey Pro League in Buenos Aires to pile on the misery for the men's Olympic champions.
Stephen Clegg set an S12 world record in the men's 100 metres butterfly to end the World Para Swimming World Series meeting in Sheffield on a high for the host nation.
Customers who purchased tickets for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics through the authorised ticket reseller (ATR) in the United States may only receive a 75 per cent refund on the cost of their package.
Japan's Hideki Matsuyama produced a superb display to open up a four-shot lead heading into the final round of The Masters at Augusta National.
India scored an equaliser with just six seconds remaining and then beat Olympic champions Argentina in a shootout to cap a successful return to Hockey Pro League action.
Para Taekwondo Committee chair urges coaches to get certified as 61 countries unable to enter international competitions
More than 29 per cent of World Taekwondo members do not have any certified Para taekwondo coaches, making them ineligible to enter athletes in official competitions.
Five-time Paralympic champion Ellie Simmonds was one of two British winners on the third day of the World Para Swimming World Series meeting in Sheffield.