World silver medallist Anders Antonsen will carry home hopes in the men's draw at the Badminton World Federation Denmark Open, which begins tomorrow.
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France's Anthony Jeanjean and Britain's Charlotte Worthington have been crowned as the inaugural winners of the BMX Freestyle Park European Championships.
Sweden won the overall International Equestrian Federation Eventing Nations Cup title as Germany clinched their fourth win of the season at the final leg in Boekelo in The Netherlands.
Russia overwhelmingly dominated the World Youth and Junior Sambo Championships in Tashkent by winning a massive haul of gold medals and all four team titles.
Hungary's five-time overall World Cup champion Katinka Hosszú clinched yet another victory as she won the women's 200 metres medley in Berlin.
Vladimir Morozov raced to another two victories at the International Swimming Federation World Cup in Berlin.
Famous swimwear brand Speedo has been announced as the headline sponsor of the British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) Swimming Series.
Hosts Qatar enjoyed a fine start to the men's beach handball tournament at their home Association of National Olympic Committees World Beach Games here by winning both of their matches in Group B.
Defending champion Sourav Kothari will face number one seed Peter Gilchrist in the final of the World Billiards Championship in Melbourne.
The World Shooting Para Sport Championships will begin in Sydney tomorrow, with the event combining rifle, pistol and trap events for the first time.
The International Sambo Federation (FIAS) has launched an online channel dedicated to the sport.
Hungary's triple Olympic champion Katinka Hosszú could make it 300 victories on the International Swimming Federation World Cup circuit in Berlin, which starts tomorrow.
The Chinese Taipei Olympic Committee (CTOC) held its Sports Affairs Workshop at the National Sports Training Centre in Koahsiung.
Bids have been received from more than 40 cities for World University Championship events in 2022 and 2024.
Tennis ace Naomi Osaka is to confirm her Japanese citizenship in order to represent the host nation at next year's Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.