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South Korean Prime Minister praises country's Asian Games athletes for efforts in contributing to reconciliation effort

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South Korea's Prime Minister Lee Nak-yon has told his country's athletes that the world will be i...

Hall and Davies spearhead British charge for golf gold medal at Glasgow 2018 European Championships

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Newly-crowned champions Georgia Hall and Laura Davies will lead Great Britain's charge for medals...

Three nations preserve unbeaten starts at Women's Softball World Championship

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Holders United States, hosts Japan and Puerto Rico all made it six wins from six games as pool pl...

Indian gold medal hope for 2018 Asian Games pulls out because of injury

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A leading Indian hope for an Asian Games gold medal at Jakarta Palembang 2018 has pulled out of t...

Jan named as new Slovenian ice hockey coach after Kopitar's swift exit

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The Ice Hockey Federation of Slovenia have appointed Ivo Jan as the new head coach of the senior ...

Football Federation Australia rejects "crucial aspects" of review into structure

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Football Federation Australia (FFA) has rejected "some crucial aspects" of a FIFA-commissioned re...

Velodrome to be used at Asian Games in Jakarta narrowly avoids fire

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A storeroom next to the cycling track due to be used at the Asian Games in Jakarta and Palembang ...

Thousands join street dance in Jakarta to promote Asian Games

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Indonesia's President Joko Widodo was among those to take part in a "mass dance" in Jakarta today...

Couzy continues trap domination at European Shooting Championship Shotgun

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Melanie Couzy continued her superb form to win the women's trap final at the European Shotgun Cha...

Classification under scrutiny at dedicated IPC meeting in Bonn

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The future of classification and its development across all Para-sports was debated by almost 100...