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Monday, 15th August - 2022 Crossfit Games - Madison, Wisconsin, recently hosted the 16h Edition of the Crossfit Game...

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15th to 21st August - Your guide to major world sports events bringing you World Championships, World Cups, Continent...

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14/08 2022 NASCAR Cup Series - Richmond Raceway: Kevin Harvick claims the win in Virginia, with Christopher Bell in second and Chris Buescher completes the podium / Chase Elliott leads the overall standings


FIM Motocross World Championship - MXGP of Finland: Slovenia's Tim Gajser is crowned the 2022 MXGP FIM Motocross World Champion, joining the greats as a five-time World Champion after securing his fourth championship in the premier MXGP class
14/08 FIM Hard Enduro Championship - Red Bull TKO: 1. Trystan Hart 2. Manuel Lettenbichler 3. Mario Roman 4. Wade Young 5. Teodor Kabakchiev / Spain's Mario Roman leads the overall standings on 88
14/08 Cycling: UCI Eliminator World Cup - Oudenaarde: Elite Cross-Country Eliminator: Simon Gegenheimer (GER) and Gaia Tormena (ITA) / Elite Cross-Country Short Circuit: Emanuele Huez (ITA) and Gaia Tormena // UCI ProSeries - Arctic Race of Norway - Andreas Leknessund (NOR)
14/08 Cycling: UCI MTB Marathon Series - Sakarya: Elite - Katazina Sosna (LTU) and Lubomír Petruš (CZE) / UCI Women's WorldTour - Tour of Scandinavia: 1. Cecilie Ludwig (DEN) 2. Liane Lippert (GER) 3. Alexandra Manly (AUS)
14/08 FIA Rallycross World Championship - RX of Norway: Sweden's Johan Kristoffersson claims the top podium position, followed by fellow countryman Timmy Hansen just over three seconds later. Norway's Ole Christian Veiby completes the podium
14/08 Basketball - FIBA U18 Africa Championship - Antananarivo, Madagascar: Mali's Women and Egypt's Men are crowned the African Champions in the capital city / Lithuania beat Spain to claim the FIBA U18 Women's European Championship in Heraklion
14/08 Equestrian - ECCO FEI World Championships - Herning, Denmark: Sweden's Henrik von Eckermann, the number 1-ranked Jumping athlete in the world, wins the Individual gold medal at the FEI World Jumping Championship


Powerboating - UIM F2 World Championship - GP of Lithuania: UAE's Mansoor Al Mansoori and Sami Seliö claim first and second place, with Gian Sacchi of Monaco completing the podium / Mansoor Al Mansoori takes the lead on the overall standings
14/08 FIA Formula E World Championship Round 17 - Seoul: Belgium's Stoffel Vandoorne is the 2022 Drivers Champion with Mercedes-EQ the Constructors Champion / Round 17 result 1. Edoardo Mortara (SUI) 2. Stoffel Vandoorne (BEL) 3. Jake Dennis (GBR)

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13/08 Progressive American Flat Track - Castle Rock TT: JD Beach claims maximum points, with Jared Mees in second and Briar Bauman in third. Mees leads the overall standings on 209 points, only 6 points ahead of Bauman. Both riders have 3 wins in the season so far
13/08 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship - Unadilla National: 450 Class 1. Chase Sexton 2. Eli Tomac 3. Jason Anderson / 250 Class 1. Jo Shimoda 2. Justin Cooper 3. Hunter Lawrence // Leaders: 450 Class - Chase Sexton / 250 Class - Jett Lawrence


FIM Speedway Grand Prix - Cardiff: Britain's Dan Bewley claims the win in the Principality Stadium, with Poland's Bartosz Zmarzlik in second and Patryk Dudek ocmpleting the podium / Zmarzlik remains in the lead on 78 points
13/08 WRRC World Championship Boogie Woogie 2022 - Stuttgart: Main Class - Alessia Ghezza & Dimitri Masotti (ITA) / Juniors - Arianna Martinucci & Fabio Ravedoni (ITA) / Senior - Stéphanie Arnaud & Stéphane Martins (FRA)
13/08 Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series - Oslo: Women 1. Rhiannan Iffland (AUS) 2. Molly Carlson (CAN) 3. Meili Carpenter (USA) / Men 1. Gary Hunt (FRA) 2. Alessandro de Rose (ITA) 3. Aiden Heslop (GBR)
13/08 World Mountain Running Association Gold Label - Sierre-Zinal, Switzerland: Women 1. Esther Chesang 2. Maude Mathys 3. Philiaries Kisang / Men 1. Mark Kangogo 2. Andreu Blanes 3. Patrick Kipngeno
13/08 FIA Formula E World Championship Round 15 - Seoul: New Zealand's Mitch Evans claims the first of back-to-back races and cuts the lead to Stoffel Vandoorne. Oliver Rowland is second and Lucas di Grassi completes the podium. Vandoorne leads by 21 points
10/08 UCI ProSeries - Eurométropole Tour - Belgium: Norway's Alexander Kristoff claims the win, with Belgium's Dries van Gestel in second and fellow countryman Victor Campenaerts completing the podium


For the first time in history an Asian side wins the International Handball Federation Women’s Youth (U18) World Championship. The Republic of Korea beat Denmark 31-28 in North Macedonia
09/08 ISSF World Championship Running Target - Chateauroux, France: 50m Running Target: Men - Ihor Kizyma (UKR) Men Junior - Aaro Juhani Vuorimaa (FIN) Mixed Men - Jesper Nyberg (SWE) Mixed Men Junior - Roman Chadai (UKR) / 10m Running Target: Men - Emil Martinsson (SWE) Men Junior - Roman Chadai (UKR)
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