Boglarka Kapas won her fourth gold of the European championships on Sunday, as Hungary emerged top of the final medal table to wrap up the final
Many believe Friday 13th is unlucky but it turned out to be full of good fortune for a number of competitors on the first day of the Almaty Grand
The Olympic torch arrives in Brazil for the official start of the torch relay, counting down 95 days to the opening ceremony.
The International Athletics Federation is due to hear from its taskforce sent to investigate Russia's new anti-doping regime.
Australia's Adam Scott has come in for criticism after announcing he would be unavailable for the Rio Olympics,
because of his busy schedule.
He had to settle for second best in his previous tournament in Turin, but in Havana Britain’s Richard Kruse tasted gold after winning the men’s
Concerns over Rio’s Olympic preparations are set to top the agenda at the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) meeting on Tuesday, after a severed
For the motorheads Nasser Al-Attiyah is better known for his two Dakar Rally victories, but for those who are keen on shooting the Qatari is the 2012
Two of Rio’s Olympic venues are currently under the spotlight as test events for field hockey and badminton began this week. Seven nations, including
Rio 2016 organisers have been forced to make major cutbacks in order to stay within the $1.9 billion operational budget, it was announced
Tom Daley and the Olympics may go together like toast and jam but the former World Champion told Euronews in an interview Thursday that he didn’t
British Cycling has announced it is to end its association with broadcaster Sky in 2016. The partnership was formed in 2008 to help raise the sport’s
The International Olympic Committee once again expressed concern on Monday over the water pollution in Rio’s Guanabara Bay which will hold the
The explanation behind double Olympic archery champion Marco Galiazzo’s success is a constant desire to win, the 32-year old Italian revealed to