ALGIERS-Algeria and Argentina drew 25- 25 (halftime: 11-14) on Wednesday in Algiers as part of 2nd round of Group D the U21 World Handball Championship.
TUNIS-The Algerian senior athletics team won 18 medals (9 gold, 5 silver and 4 bronze) in the Arab Championships held at Rades stadium (Tunisia) on 15-18 July, and ranked 3rd in the medal count.
 LONDON-Algerian athlete Hamdi Sofiane won the bronze medal of the 200m race (T37) Tuesday evening in London part of the 5th round of the 8th World Para Athletics Championships 2017.
ALGIERS- Algeria beat Morocco 24-19 (half-time: 13-8) Tuesday evening at Harcha-Hacene sports hall in Algiers in a match held part of for the 1st round of the U21 World Handball Championship (group D).
TUNIS-The Algerian athletics team have increased the number of their medals at the Arab Athletics Championship in Rades (Tunisia) with three new medals (2 gold and 1 bronze) as part of the 3rd round of the competition.
 ALGIERS-The Men's U21 World Handball Championship (U21) kicked off Tuesday in Algiers with two games (Germany-Hungary/Spain-Brazil).
LONDON- The jury of appeal awarded the 400-meter gold medal to athlete Mohamed Berrahal as part of the 8th World Para Athletics Championships (T51).
ALGIERS- Seven (07) athletes, divided into two categories (athletics and judo), will represent Algeria at the 23rd Summer Deaflympics scheduled from 18 to 30 July in Samsun (Turkey) with the goal of “living up to the event,” and achieve acceptable “performances,” said Monday, the Algerian Sports Federation for the Deaf (FSSA).
ALGIERS- The Algerian men’s U21 handball team will play against Morocco Tuesday, at 20:45 p.m., at Harsha Hacene sports hall in a game counting for the first day (Group D) of the World handball championship, taking place in Algiers (18-30 July) organizers told APS on Monday.
LONDON- Algerian athlete Kamel Kardjena snatched gold medal of the shot event Sunday, in London, on the third day of the 8th World Para Athletics Championships, marked by the participation of Algeria with 19 athletes.