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YIA exchange to 6th ESSA Conference: ECSS delegate presented poster in the framework of ECSS – ESSA poster exchange

Germany, May 6, 2014: The European College of Sport Science (ECSS) together with Exercise & Sport Science Australia (ESSA) organise a poster exchange for young upcoming scientists in the field of sport and exercise science. In April 2014 ECSS Young Investigators Award (YIA) winner at ECSS Barcelona 2013, Kathrin Freyler from the

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The Chinese men’s and women’s team have defended their World Team Table Tennis Championships title at the biggest ever ITTF World Championships in Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo, May 4, 2014: The Chinese juggernaut rolled on in front of a capacity crowd of 9000 in Yoyogi Gymnasium to win their 19th World Team Table Tennis Championships titles. In the Chinese men’s team who were the top seeds, which consisted of the world’s top three players, headed into the finals

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Ludwig/Walkenhorst clinches first ever Grand Slam title in Shanghai

Shanghai, China, May 4, 2014 – Germany’s second seeds Laura Ludwig and Kira Walkenhorst held off Chinese dark horses Wang Fan/Yue Yuan in the thrilling full-set women’s final of the Shanghai Grand Slam Sunday afternoon to clinch their first ever FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour title. Having taken nine silver and six

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Second time Sweden and Slovakia firstly, Sweden Women’s U19 WFC Champion & Floorball Official Special Olympics sport

Poland, May 4, 2014: The match between Sweden and Switzerland was expected to be a more even and exciting match than in the end was the fact. The higher ranked Slovakia was on beforehand favourite to win against Hungary and also took a slight grip of the happenings in the beginning of

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ITTF Board of Directors Approve Changes to ITTF World Championships

Tokyo, May 2, 2014: History was made today in Tokyo, Japan, as the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) Board of Directors made some significant decisions on the future of the World Table Tennis Championships. On the back of the success of the mixed nation pairs on the GAC Group ITTF World Tour

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Four team’s hard work and persistence paid off as they have been promoted to the ITTF World Team Championships’ top division today in Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo, May 3, 2014: England and Italy were successful in jumping up from the men’s second division to the Championship Division, while Brazil and Sweden will be joining the world’s best teams at the 2016 ITTF World Championships in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Team England’s Liam Pitchford was the key to England returning

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Gambia suspended from all competitions for two years

Cairo, May 3, 2014: The Executive Committee of the Confederation Africaine de Football under the chairmanship of CAF President, Issa Hayatou met on 29 and 30 April 2014, at the CAF headquarters in Cairo, Egypt. Fifteen (15) points were on the agenda including revision of the regulations of the Orange Africa Cup

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New stars joined familiar names as the first medals were awarded at the 2014 ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup in Milan, Italy

Milan – Italy, May 3, 2014: China’s Zhou Yu was certainly one of those new stars, as the 25-year-old became the first of a new wave of athletes from China to win gold on the International Stage; she showed great composure to close out the K1 Women 1000m final ahead of the

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European Universities Games 2018 attributed

Denizli – Turkey: During the 15th General Assembly of the European University Sports Association (EUSA), the 4th edition of the European Universities Games, to take place in 2014, has been attributed. The European Universities Games is a multi-sport student sport event, accompanied with cultural and educational programme. In 2018 the Games will

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Ex. Hockey Olympian Anwar Ahmed Khan is no more. By Rashid Ali Siddiqui

Pakistan’s one of the great hockey hero Olympian Anwar Ahmed Khan breathed his last in Karachi on May 2, 2014. He was 81 since he was born on September 24, 1933 in Bhopal, India. With his demise a golden chapter of Pakistan hockey ended. He was a gold medalist and twice silver medalist