Nico Parlier overtakes Briton Oliver Bridge after winning five of his six races on Al Mouj Beach in Oman.
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Viktor Axelsen's match against Japan’s Kazumasa Sakai was declared a walkover after he failed to recover from a toe infection suffered in the final of the China Open.
The 2017-2018 International Swimming Federation Women’s European Water Polo World League started in Utrecht and Dos Hermanas with both the hosts, The Netherlands and Spain, making full use of their home advantage against Hungary and Russia respectively.
The home of Paralympic sport is to host a special event as the countdown to Pyeongchang 2018 reaches 100 days.
The South Korean Foreign Ministry has said North Korea are still welcome at next year’s Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games, which will take place between February 9 to 25, despite being labelled a "state sponsor of terrorism" by the United States.
The Professional Squash Association (PSA) has confirmed that the Saudi PSA Women’s Squash Masters, which was set to take place in Riyadh in Saudi Arabia between November 26 and December 1, has been moved to January due to "logistical challenges".
The World Karate Federation (WKF) calendar was unveiled in Madrid and includes dates for events such as the World Championships and the Karate 1-Premier League.
More than 70 matches were played on the first day of the Badminton World Federation (BWF) Hong Kong Open as qualifying rounds in all five categories were completed.
All but one of the top five from day one managed to hang onto their spots despite having to compete in difficult conditions at the International Kiteboarding Association World Championships in Oman.
The International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) Team World Cup in London is set to attract an international audience of 500 million people and is seen as a chance to increase the popularity of the sport in Britain.
After several years as an official with the Philippine Committee of Fitness and Bodybuilding (PCBF), former international bodybuilder Rowena Walters has been appointed as President of the organisation.