At the end of five days of competition in Swansea, Great Britain, Russia sit top of the medals table with 41 gold medals and 88 overall. In second place is Ukraine with 17 golds and 43 medals overall, while the hosts Great Britain finished in third with 16 gold medals and 52 overall.
Finals decided at para-rowing World ChampionshipsGreat Britain and Australia enjoyed a successful day on the water as the heats concluded at the 2014 World Rowing Championships. Read more...about this news following the link
Nordic skiing calendar for 2014-15 announcedSkiers will head to Finland, South Korea, Japan and Norway for World Cups beginning on 10 December 2015, ahead of the 2015 World Championships. Read more...about this news following the link
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- NPC Iran holds its 12th General Assembly in Tehran The General Assembly heard progress reports about the growth of the Paralympic Movement in Iran and an update on preparations for October's Asian Para Games.
- Brenner and Pearson take top spot on day one Defending world champion Hannelore Brenner put in an excellent performance, with Great Britain’s Lee Pearson also impressing at the World Equestrian Games in Normandy, France.