England's Laura Massaro began the defence of her Windy City Open presented by Guggenheim and EquiTrust Life Insurance Company title in style.
England women have finished their four week tour of New Zealand in a positive fashion
THEY’VE been the talk of the ANZ Championship again this summer and West Coast Fever defender Shae Brown is adamant the team wants to live up to expectations
Queensland Firebirds took a decisive step towards sealing a top four spot with a commanding 60-33 win over the Central Pulse.
World No.1 Lydia Ko was hitting the ball so poorly on the driving range that she decided to pack it all in
The continental championship will be held from 9-16 August in the capital of the Canadian province of Alberta.
Eight qualifiers from eight separate nations earned places in the main draw of the Windy City Open
Young trio look to dominate NZ Open field
Malawi’s Queens netball side has been involved in some key humanitarian work this week, The world’s leading club competition, the 2015 ANZ Championship gets under way this weekend plus more
Fierce rivals and true legends of the sport Lisa Andersen (USA) and Layne Beachley (AUS) will face-off on Australia's Gold Coast.
Jenny Lang Ping led China to second place at the FIVB Volleyball Women's World Championship Italy 2014.
Heavyweights contests in France and Germany stood out among all else over the weekend in potentially decisive matches for the respective title campaigns.
Coach Anatoli Buyalski expects American Lindsey Harding to wear the national team jersey as a naturalized player.
Ellie Brooks started the Burton Automotive Women’s Classic as the underdog, credit WSL/Matt Dunbar
The Netherlands took the first world title of the evening in the women's Scratch Race, their first gold medal of these championships. Kirsten Wild won the rainbow jersey. The final title of the night went to Germany's Kristina Vogel
Ko, as has become her custom, set another swag of records today in holding off Korean Amy Yang by two shots to win on the fabled Royal Melbourne Composite Course.
"This is my first World Championships," stated Wiasak, "I have never even won a national championship, so it is fantastic to get a World title.
Russia's Anastasia Voynova took gold after finishing in the bronze medal position last year, while world record holder Anna Meares of Australia retained silver, and defending champion Miriam Welte of Germany dropped to bronze. UCI ©Guy Swarbrick
The top four heading into weekend battle have a combined age of just 76 and the oldest just 22.
Dr Anita Navin visited Ethiopia this week. The visit was part of the INF programme to introduce netball to the country. The Sneakers Stingrays are champions of Singapore's 2015 Netball Super League. Manchester Thunder retained their undefeated record in the UK Netball Superleague plus more
Competing at both the Beijing and London Olympic Games, Hannah has been a consistent and committed member of the GBR gymnastics team
The 25-year-old's innings was the decisive one for the White Ferns, but the win had been set up by openers Rachel Priest and Suzie Bates.
The 2015 UCI Track Cycling World Championships opened in St-Quentin-en-Yveline, France, on Wednesday with a world record time set, plus a win for the host nation.
So joked the Korean 26-year-old after a blemish-free 68 left her at five under and a one-shot leader from boom Thai teenager Ariya Jutanugarn, with world No.1 Lydia Ko a shot further back in a tie for third.
FIFA Puskas Award runner-up Stephanie Roche is set to create another slice of history after being signed by NWSL club Houston Dash. photo ATP
England claimed a convincing eight-wicket win over New Zealand in the first Twenty20 international after bowling the hosts out for their lowest-ever score at the Cobham Oval.
Isinbayeva, 32, is retiring after the Olympics in Rio in 2016 which she hopes will be a summer where she can stretch her world record of 5.06m.
Nicolette Fernandes and Joey Chan both crashed out of the first round of the WSA International 25 squash event