Ellie Downie made history in Montpellier becoming the first British woman to win a major championships all-around medal.
On the track she also set new world records over 1,500-meter and 5,000 T54 to cap a memorable year.
The world’s best athletes are set to head to the Park for the three-day athletics event
Rolex Eventing Testimonee and 2006 World Champion Zara Phillips will be competing at the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event.
An uncontested run to the finish line saw Gwen Jorgensen (USA) grab another slice of ITU history
Yelena Isinbayeva has her sights set on a spectacular farewell to her record-breaking career.
“I'm really proud of our team, they battled hard through some adversity and competed until the very end,” said Ken Klee, head coach of the U.S. Women’s National Team.
It was a day of firsts as Gwen Jorgensen (USA) claimed her first 2015 ITU World Triathlon Auckland title on Sunday.
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2015 IIHF Women's World Championship
Ten highly ranked European teams will take to the track across three days from the 15 – 17 May to battle it out in this Women’s Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA) tournament.
Jessica Ennis-Hill, the Olympic heptathlon gold medalist, will compete for the first time in nearly two years when she runs in the 100m hurdles at the Great CityGames in Manchester on 9 May.
Greek fencer Vassiliki Vougiouka will represent her sport and feature in extensive marketing campaigns in their home countries and on social media to promote the Games.
Morgan-Brett will lead the team as Chef de Mission whilst Pottharst will add her considerable experience to the Australian Uniroos in her role as peak performance mentor.
14-year-old Mima ITO (JPN) has shocked the table tennis world.
Brazilian trio of Ligia SILVA, Jessica YAMADA and GUI Lin were stretched to their limits before accounting for the Puerto Rican Women's Team 3-1.
Nadine Muller won the discus in Leiria to take the senior title for the fourth time at the European Cup Winter Throwing on Sunday.
Long Island's first flat track women's roller derby league celebrates its 10th season with the return of our home teams.
Jorgensen left the water 35 seconds down on the leaders, and then stepped onto the run course around one minute down. But in an incredible burst of speed, the Threadneedle No.1 cut 45 seconds of that deficit in the first 2.5km lap.
At halfway in the final, the Dutch star was third, possibly fourth, in a race where Britain's Dina Asher-Smith, the world junior 100m champion in the lane immediately to her right, was in front.
When the next European Athletics Indoor Championships are held in Belgrade in two years' time it is not difficult to guess who will be the face of the championships.
Former wheelchair racer Petitclerc, who was nominated by the Canadian Paralympic Committee, retired from competition after winning her 14th career gold at Beijing 2008.
When an athlete goes through those cold winter mornings of training, their minds wander to how good they can be. Katarina Johnson-Thompson looked to the top of the tree.
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
"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.