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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

14/08

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

14/08

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

13/08

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

10/08

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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