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2015 in sports describes the year's events in world sport. This year, some sporting events listed below are qualifying ones, for athletes, to compete at the 2016 Summer Olympics and Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro. From July 2015 to May 2016, the venues for the 2016 Summer Olympics and Paralympics will be tested, by hosting various events in them.[1]

Contents

Calendar by month[edit]

January[edit]

Date Sport Venue/Event Status Winner/s
26 December 2014–5 Ice hockey Canada 2015 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships International  Canada
28 December 2014–6 Ski jumping Germany/Austria 2014–15 Four Hills Tournament Continental Austria Stefan Kraft
1 Ice hockey United States 2015 NHL Winter Classic Domestic Washington, D.C. Washington Capitals
3–11 Cross-country skiing Germany/Switzerland/Italy 2015 Tour de Ski Continental Men: Norway Martin Johnsrud Sundby
Women: Norway Marit Bjørgen
4–10 Ice hockey France 2015 IIHF World Women's U18 Championship – Division I International  France is promoted to Top Division
 Austria is relegated to Division I Qualification
4–10 Tennis Australia 2015 Hopman Cup International  Poland
4–17 Rallying Argentina/Bolivia/Chile 2015 Dakar Rally International Bikes: Spain Marc Coma (Austria KTM)
Quads: Poland Rafał Sonik (Japan Yamaha)
Cars: Qatar Nasser Al-Attiyah / France Matthieu Baumel (United Kingdom Mini)
Trucks: Russia Ayrat Mardeev / Aydar Belyaev / Dmitriy Svistunov (Russia Kamaz)
5–12 Ice hockey United States 2015 IIHF World Women's U18 Championship International  United States
8–11 Table tennis United Arab Emirates 2015 World Team Cup International Men:  China
Women:  China
9–24 Association football Jamaica 2015 CONCACAF U-20 Championship Continental  Mexico
9–31 Association football Australia 2015 AFC Asian Cup Continental  Australia
10 Formula E Argentina 2015 Buenos Aires ePrix International Portugal António Félix da Costa (Japan Amlin Aguri)
10–11 Speed skating Russia 2015 European Allround Speed Skating Championships Continental Men: Netherlands Sven Kramer
Women: Netherlands Ireen Wüst
11–18 Snooker United Kingdom 2015 Masters International England Shaun Murphy
12 American football United States 2015 College Football Playoff National Championship Domestic Ohio Ohio State Buckeyes
13–26 Association football American Samoa 2015 OFC U-17 Championship Continental  New Zealand
14–7 February Association football Uruguay 2015 South American Youth Football Championship Continental  Argentina
15–25 Freestyle skiing & Snowboarding Austria FIS Freestyle Ski and Snowboarding World Championships 2015 International Freestyle Ski:  Canada
Snowboarding:  United States
Overall:  United States
15–1 February Handball Qatar 2015 World Men's Handball Championship International  France
16–17 Luge Norway 2015 FIL Junior World Luge Championships International Men: Russia Roman Repilov
Women: Germany Jessica Tiebel
Men's Doubles: Germany Florian Loeffler / Manuel Stiebing
Team Relay: Latvia Ulla Zirne, Kristers Aparjods, and Kristens Putins & Karlis Kriss Matuzels
17–8 February Association football Equatorial Guinea 2015 Africa Cup of Nations Continental  Ivory Coast
19–25 Ice hockey New Zealand 2015 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships – Division III International  China is promoted to Division II Group B
19–25 Ice hockey Poland 2015 IIHF World Women's U18 Championship – Division I Qualification International  Denmark is promoted to Division I
19–1 February Tennis Australia 2015 Australian Open International Men: Serbia Novak Djokovic
Women: United States Serena Williams
22–1 February Nordic skiing United States 2015 IPC Biathlon and Cross-Country Skiing World Championships International For cross-country results, click here.
For biathlon results, click here.
23–25 Speed skating Netherlands 2015 European Short Track Speed Skating Championships Continental Men's Overall winner: Netherlands Sjinkie Knegt
Men's medal tally:  Netherlands and  Russia (2 gold medals each.)
Women's Overall winner: United Kingdom Elise Christie
Women's medal tally:  Great Britain and  Russia (2 gold medals each.)
24–25 Luge Germany 2015 Junior European Luge Championships International Men's winner: Germany Sabastian Bley
Women's winner: Germany Jessica Tiebel
Men's Doubles winners: Germany Florian Loeffler / Manuel Stiebing
Team Relay winners: Russia Victoria Demchenko, Roman Repilov, Evgeny Evdokimov & Alexei Groshev
24–1 February Multi-sport Slovakia 2015 Winter Universiade (co-host with  Spain) International  Russia (Venues: Štrbské Pleso and Osrblie)
25 American football United States 2015 Pro Bowl Domestic Team Irvin
Offensive MVP: Florida Matthew Stafford (Michigan Detroit Lions)
Defensive MVP: Wisconsin J. J. Watt (Texas Houston Texans)
25 Ice hockey United States 2015 NHL All-Star Game Domestic Team Toews
MVP: Canada Ryan Johansen (Ohio Columbus Blue Jackets)
25–15 November Rallying European Union/Mexico/Argentina/Australia 2015 World Rally Championship season International
26–1 February Figure skating Sweden 2015 European Figure Skating Championships Continental Men: Spain Javier Fernández
Ladies: Russia Elizaveta Tuktamysheva
Pairs: Russia Yuko Kavaguti / Alexander Smirnov
Ice Dance: France Gabriella Papadakis / Guillaume Cizeron
27–3 February Biathlon Estonia 2015 IBU Open European Championships Continental Junior:  Russia
Senior:  Russia
31 Triathlon Spain 2015 ETU Winter Triathlon European Championships Continental Men: Russia Pavel Andreev
Women: Russia Olga Parfinenko
31–1 February Cyclo-cross Czech Republic 2015 UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships International Men's Elite: Netherlands Mathieu van der Poel
Women's Elite: France Pauline Ferrand-Prévot
31–8 February Multi-sport Canada 2015 Winter World Masters Games International For results, click here.

February[edit]

Date Sport Venue/Event Status Winner/s
1 American football United States Super Bowl XLIX Domestic Massachusetts New England Patriots
MVP: California Tom Brady (Massachusetts New England Patriots)
2–15 Alpine skiing United States FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2015 International  Austria
3–5 August Association football 2015 Copa Libertadores Continental
4–8 Snooker Germany 2015 German Masters International England Mark Selby
4–14 Multi-sport Spain 2015 Winter Universiade (co-host with  Slovakia) International  Russia (Venue: Granada)
4–21 November Association football 2015 AFC Champions League Continental
6 & 11 Association football Argentina 2015 Recopa Sudamericana Continental Argentina River Plate
6–13 Curling Finland 2015 World Wheelchair Curling Championship International  Russia
7–15 November Tennis 2015 Fed Cup International
9–15 Figure skating South Korea 2015 Four Continents Figure Skating Championships International Men: Kazakhstan Denis Ten
Ladies: United States Polina Edmunds
Pairs: Canada Meagan Duhamel / Eric Radford
Ice dance: Canada Kaitlyn Weaver / Andrew Poje
9–31 October Association football 2015 AFC Cup Continental
12–15 Badminton Belgium 2015 European Mixed Team Badminton Championships Continental Denmark Denmark
12–15 Speed skating Netherlands 2015 World Single Distance Speed Skating Championships International Netherlands Netherlands
13–14 Air racing United Arab Emirates 2015 Red Bull Air Race World Championship season – Abu Dhabi International United Kingdom Paul Bonhomme (Aircraft: Zivko Edge 540 from United States Zivko Aeronautics)
13–8 November Association football 2015 CAF Champions League Continental
13–29 November Association football 2015 CAF Confederation Cup Continental
14–15 Luge Latvia 2015 FIL World Luge Championships International  Germany
14–29 March Cricket Australia/New Zealand 2015 Cricket World Cup International  Australia
15 Basketball United States 2015 NBA All-Star Game Domestic Game winners: Western Conference
Shooting Stars Competition winners: Team Bosh
Texas Chris Bosh (Florida Miami Heat), Pennsylvania Swin Cash (New York New York Liberty), and France Dominique Wilkins (retired)
Skills Challenge winner: Illinois Patrick Beverley (Texas Houston Rockets)
Three-Point Contest winner: Ohio Stephen Curry (California Golden State Warriors)
Slam Dunk Contest winner: Washington (state) Zach LaVine (Minnesota Minnesota Timberwolves)
15–1 March Association football Niger 2015 African U-17 Championship Continental  Mali
16–22 Snooker Wales 2015 Welsh Open International Scotland John Higgins
17–24 Biathlon Belarus 2015 IBU Youth/Junior World Championships International  Russia
18–21 Ice hockey Hong Kong 2015 IIHF Women's World Championship Division II – Group B Qualification International  Turkey is promoted to Division II Group B
18–22 Track cycling France 2015 UCI Track Cycling World Championships International  France
18–1 March Nordic skiing Sweden FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2015 International  Norway
20–22 Speed skating Poland 2015 World Junior Speed Skating Championships International  Netherlands
20–20 November Motorsport United States 2015 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Domestic
21 Association football Algeria 2015 CAF Super Cup Continental Algeria ES Sétif
21 Triathlon Australia 2015 OTU Triathlon Oceania Championships Continental Men: Australia Jacob Birtwhistle
Women: Australia Jaz Hedgeland
21 Ice hockey United States 2015 NHL Stadium Series Domestic California Los Angeles Kings
21–21 November Motorsport United States 2015 NASCAR Xfinity Series Domestic
22 Marathon Japan 2015 Tokyo Marathon (WMM #1) International Men: Ethiopia Endeshaw Negesse
Women: Ethiopia Berhane Dibaba
22 NASCAR United States 2015 Daytona 500 Domestic Connecticut Joey Logano (North Carolina Team Penske)
22–22 November Motorsport United States 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Domestic
23–8 March Bobsleigh and Skeleton Germany FIBT World Championships 2015 International  Germany
27–1 March Speed skating Japan 2015 World Junior Short Track Speed Skating Championships International  South Korea
27–15 March Association football Honduras 2015 CONCACAF U-17 Championship Continental  Mexico
28–1 March Luge Russia 2015 FIL European Luge Championships Continental Men: Russia Semen Pavlichenko
Women: Germany Dajana Eitberger
Men's Doubles: Germany Tobias Wendl / Tobias Arlt
Team Relay: Germany Dajana Eitberger / Felix Loch / Tobias Wendl and Tobias Arlt
28–1 March Speed skating Kazakhstan 2015 World Sprint Speed Skating Championships International Overall Men's winner: Russia Pavel Kulizhnikov
Overall Women's winner: United States Brittany Bowe
Medal tally:  United States
28–8 March Curling Estonia 2015 World Junior Curling Championships International Men:  Canada (Skip: Braden Calvert)
Women:  Canada (Skip: Kelsey Rocque)

March[edit]

Date Sport Venue/Event Status Winner/s
1–10 Alpine skiing Canada 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships International  Russia
2–8 Figure skating Estonia 2015 World Junior Figure Skating Championships International Men: Japan Shoma Uno
Ladies: Russia Evgenia Medvedeva
Pairs: China Yu Xiaoyu / Jin Yang
Ice dance: Russia Anna Yanovskaya / Sergey Mozgov
3–15 Biathlon Finland Biathlon World Championships 2015 International  France and  Germany (three gold medals each)
4–29 Association football Paraguay 2015 South American Under-17 Football Championship Continental  Brazil
5–8 Golf United States 2015 WGC-Cadillac Championship International United States Dustin Johnson
5–4 October Rugby league Australia 2015 NRL season Continental
6–7 Triathlon United Arab Emirates World Triathlon Series #1 International Men: Spain Mario Mola
Women: United States Gwen Jorgensen
6–8 Athletics Czech Republic 2015 European Athletics Indoor Championships Continental  Russia
6–25 October Association football United States 2015 Major League Soccer season Domestic
6–29 November Tennis 2015 Davis Cup International
7–8 Speed skating Canada 2015 World Allround Speed Skating Championships International Men: Netherlands Sven Kramer
Women: Czech Republic Martina Sáblíková
7–13 Ice hockey Spain 2015 IIHF Women's World Championship Division II – Group B International  Slovenia is promoted to Division II Group A
 Belgium is relegated to Division II Group B Qualification
8 WTCC Argentina FIA WTCC Race of Argentina International Race 1: Argentina José María López (France Citroën)
Race 2: France Sébastien Loeb (France Citroën)
8–22 Association football Senegal 2015 African U-20 Championship Continental  Nigeria
9–22 Tennis United States 2015 BNP Paribas Open International Men: Serbia Novak Djokovic
Women: Romania Simona Halep
10–14 Snooker India 2015 Indian Open International Wales Michael White
13–15 Speed skating Russia 2015 World Short Track Speed Skating Championships International  South Korea
14 Formula E United States 2015 Miami ePrix International France Nicolas Prost (France E.dams Renault)
14–15 Triathlon Australia Triathlon World Cup #1 International Men: France David Hauss
Women: Spain Tamara Gómez Garrido
14–22 Curling Japan 2015 World Women's Curling Championship International   Switzerland (Skip: Alina Pätz)
15 Formula One Australia 2015 Australian Grand Prix International United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton (Germany Mercedes)
15–22 Ice hockey Serbia 2015 IIHF World U18 Championship Division II – Group B International  Romania is promoted to Division II Group A
 Australia is relegated to Division III Group A
17–19 Ice hockey New Zealand 2015 IIHF World U18 Championship Division III – Group B International  Turkey is promoted to Division III – Group A
17–6 April Basketball United States 2015 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament Domestic North Carolina Duke Blue Devils
20–22 Amateur wrestling Marshall Islands 2015 Oceania Wrestling Championships Regional  Marshall Islands
20–7 April Basketball United States 2015 NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Tournament Domestic Connecticut Connecticut Huskies
21–22 Triathlon New Zealand Triathlon World Cup #2 International Men: South Africa Richard Murray
Women: United States Kaitlin Donner
22–28 Ice hockey Estonia 2015 IIHF World U18 Championship Division II – Group A International  South Korea is promoted to Division I Group B
 Estonia is relegated to Division II Group B
22–28 Ice hockey Chinese Taipei 2015 IIHF World U18 Championship Division III – Group A International  Iceland is promoted to Division II Group B
 South Africa is relegated to Division III Group B
23–29 Figure skating China 2015 World Figure Skating Championships International Men: Spain Javier Fernández
Ladies: Russia Elizaveta Tuktamysheva
Pairs: Canada Meagan Duhamel / Eric Radford
Ice Dance: France Gabriella Papadakis / Guillaume Cizeron
24–5 April Tennis United States 2015 Miami Open International Men: Serbia Novak Djokovic
Women: United States Serena Williams
26–29 Track cycling Netherlands 2015 UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships International Men:  China
Women:  China and  Great Britain (3 gold medals each)
28 Athletics China 2015 IAAF World Cross Country Championships International  Ethiopia
28–29 Triathlon New Zealand 2015 World Triathlon Series #2 International Men: United Kingdom Jonathan Brownlee
Women: United States Gwen Jorgensen
28–4 April Ice hockey Sweden 2015 IIHF Women's World Championship International  United States
28–5 April Multi-sport Russia 2015 Winter Deaflympics International  Russia
28–5 April Curling Canada 2015 Ford World Men's Curling Championship International  Sweden (Skip: Niklas Edin)
28–5 April Squash Czech Republic 2015 European Junior Squash Championships Continental Men: England George Parker
Women: England Georgina Kennedy
Team:  England
29–4 April Bandy Russia 2015 Bandy World Championship International  Russia
29 Formula One Malaysia 2015 Malaysian Grand Prix International Germany Sebastian Vettel (Italy Ferrari)
29 Motorcycle racing Qatar Qatar motorcycle Grand Prix International MotoGP: Italy Valentino Rossi (Japan Yamaha)
Moto2: Germany Jonas Folger (Spain AGR Team)
Moto3: France Alexis Masbou (Germany SaxoPrint–RTG)
29–30 August IndyCar United States/Canada 2015 IndyCar Series season International
30–5 April Snooker China 2015 China Open International England Mark Selby
30–5 April Ice hockey United Kingdom 2015 IIHF Women's World Championship Division II – Group A International  Kazakhstan is promoted to Division I Group B
 New Zealand is relegated to Division II Group B

April[edit]

Date Sport Venue/Event Status Winner/s
2–5 Golf United States 2015 ANA Inspiration International United States Brittany Lincicome
3–12 Ice hockey Turkey 2015 IIHF World Championship Division III International  North Korea is promoted to Division II Group B
4 Formula E United States 2015 Long Beach ePrix International Brazil Nelson Piquet Jr. (China China Racing)
5–4 October Baseball United States/Canada 2015 Major League Baseball season Domestic
6–12 Ice hockey China 2015 IIHF Women's World Championship Division I – Group B International  Slovakia is promoted to Division I Group A
 North Korea is relegated to Division II Group A
8–24 May Cricket India 2015 Indian Premier League Domestic
9–11 Wrestling United States 2015 Wrestling World Cup International  Iran
9 & 11 Ice hockey United States 2015 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament Frozen Four Domestic Rhode Island Providence Friars
9–12 Golf United States 2015 Masters Tournament International United States Jordan Spieth
9–18 Weightlifting Georgia (country) 2015 European Weightlifting Championships Continental  Ukraine
8 October 2014–11 Ice hockey United States/Canada 2014–15 NHL season Domestic Presidents' Trophy: New York New York Rangers
Top scorer: British Columbia Jamie Benn (Texas Dallas Stars)
11–12 Triathlon Australia 2015 World Triathlon Series #3 International Men: United Kingdom Jonathan Brownlee
Women: United States Gwen Jorgensen
12 Motorcycle racing United States Motorcycle Grand Prix of the Americas International MotoGP: Spain Marc Márquez (Japan Repsol Honda)
Moto2: United Kingdom Sam Lowes (Italy Speed Up)
Moto3: United Kingdom Danny Kent (Germany Leopard Racing)
12 Formula One China 2015 Chinese Grand Prix International United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton (Germany Mercedes)
12–18 Ice hockey Hungary/Slovenia 2015 IIHF World U18 Championship Division I International  Denmark is promoted to the Top Division
 Hungary is relegated to Division I Group B
 Austria is promoted to Division I Group A
 Lithuania is relegated to Division II Group A
12–18 Ice hockey France 2015 IIHF Women's World Championship Division I – Group A International  Czech Republic is promoted to the Top Division
 Latvia is relegated to Division I Group B
12–19 Tennis Monaco 2015 Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters International Serbia Novak Djokovic
12–21 November Motorsport European Union/United States/Japan/China/Bahrain 2015 FIA World Endurance Championship season International
13 Association football Switzerland 2014–15 UEFA Youth League Final Continental England Chelsea
13–19 Artistic gymnastics France 2015 European Artistic Gymnastics Championships Continental Overall:  Russia
Men:  Great Britain
Women:  Russia
13–19 Ice hockey Netherlands 2015 IIHF World Championship Division I – Group B International  South Korea is promoted to Division I Group A
 Netherlands is relegated to Division II Group A
13–19 Ice hockey Iceland/South Africa 2015 IIHF World Championship Division II International  Romania is promoted to Division I Group B
 Australia is relegated to Division II Group B
 China is promoted to Division II Group A
 South Africa is relegated to Division III
28 October 2014–15 Basketball United States/Canada 2014–15 NBA season Domestic Season's Top Seed: California Golden State Warriors
Top Scorer: California Russell Westbrook (Oklahoma Oklahoma City Thunder)
16 Basketball United States 2015 WNBA draft Domestic #1 pick: Illinois Jewell Loyd, Indiana University of Notre Dame (Washington (state) Seattle Storm)
16–19 Figure skating Japan 2015 ISU World Team Trophy in Figure Skating International  United States
16–26 Ice hockey Switzerland 2015 IIHF World U18 Championships International  United States
17–26 Fencing Chile 2015 Pan American Fencing Championships Continental  United States
18–25 Curling Russia 2015 World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship International Hungary Dorottya Palancsa / Zsolt Kiss
18–25 Curling Russia 2015 World Senior Curling Championships International Men:  United States (Skip: Lyle Sieg)
Women:  Canada (Skip: Lois Fowler)
19 Formula One Bahrain 2015 Bahrain Grand Prix International United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton (Germany Mercedes)
19 Motorcycle racing Argentina Argentine motorcycle Grand Prix International MotoGP: Italy Valentino Rossi (Japan Yamaha Motor Racing)
Moto2: France Johann Zarco (Finland Ajo Motorsport)
Moto3: United Kingdom Danny Kent (Germany Leopard Racing)
19 WTCC Morocco FIA WTCC Race of Morocco International Race 1: Argentina José María López (France Citroën)
Race 2: France Yvan Muller (France Citroën)
19–25 Ice hockey Poland 2015 IIHF World Championship Division I – Group A International  Kazakhstan and  Hungary are promoted to Top Division
 Ukraine is relegated to Division I Group B
20 Marathon United States 2015 Boston Marathon (WMM #2) International Men: Ethiopia Lelisa Desisa
Women: Kenya Caroline Rotich
24–26 Judo Canada 2015 Pan American Judo Championships Continental  Brazil
24–26 Amateur wrestling Chile 2015 Pan American Wrestling Championships Continental Men's Freestyle:  United States
Women's Freestyle:  Canada,  Cuba, and the  United States (2 gold medals each)
Greco-Roman:  Cuba
24–3 May Sledge hockey United States 2015 IPC Ice Sledge Hockey World Championships International  United States
25–26 Triathlon South Africa 2015 World Triathlon Series #4 International Men: United Kingdom Alistair Brownlee
Women: United Kingdom Vicky Holland
25–29 Powerlifting Mexico 2015 IPC Powerlifting Americas Open Championships Continental  Mexico
7 October 2014–26 Association football 2014–15 OFC Champions League Continental New Zealand Auckland City
26 Marathon United Kingdom 2015 London Marathon (WMM #3) International Men: Kenya Eliud Kipchoge
Women: Ethiopia Tigist Tufa
26–3 May Table tennis China 2015 World Table Tennis Championships International  China
5 August 2014–29 Association football 2014–15 CONCACAF Champions League Continental Mexico Club América
29–3 May Golf United States 2015 WGC-Cadillac Match Play Championship International Northern Ireland Rory McIlroy
29–3 May Rhythmic gymnastics Belarus 2015 European Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships Continental  Russia
30–2 May American football United States 2015 NFL Draft Domestic #1 pick: Alabama Jameis Winston, Florida Florida State University (Florida Tampa Bay Buccaneers)

May[edit]

Date Sport Venue/Event Status Winner/s
1 Athletics China 2015 IAAF Race Walking Challenge International Men: China Chen Ding
Women: China DUAN Dandan
1–17 Ice hockey Czech Republic 2015 IIHF World Championship International
2 Horse racing United States 2015 Kentucky Derby Domestic Horse: United States American Pharoah
Jockey: Mexico Victor Espinoza
Trainer: United States Bob Baffert
2 Rugby union England 2015 European Rugby Champions Cup Final Continental France Toulon
2–3 Athletics The Bahamas 2015 IAAF World Relays International  United States
3 Motorcycle racing Spain Spanish motorcycle Grand Prix International MotoGP: Spain Jorge Lorenzo (Japan Movistar Yamaha MotoGP)
Moto2: Germany Jonas Folger (Spain AGR Team)
Moto3: United Kingdom Danny Kent (Germany Leopard Racing)
3 WTCC Hungary 2015 FIA WTCC Race of Hungary International Race 1: Argentina José María López (France Citroën)
Race 2: Hungary Norbert Michelisz (Hungary Zengõ Motorsport)
5–10 Volleyball Switzerland 2015 FIVB Women's Club World Championship International
6–10 Amateur wrestling Qatar 2015 Asian Wrestling Championships Continental
6–22 Association football Bulgaria 2015 UEFA European Under-17 Championship Continental
7–10 Golf United States 2015 Players Championship International
8–18 Multi-sport South Korea 2015 IBSA World Championships and Games International
9 Formula E Monaco 2015 Monte Carlo ePrix International
9–10 Triathlon China Triathlon World Cup #3 International
9–31 Road Cycling Italy 2015 Giro d'Italia International
9–31 Multi-sport Iceland 2015 Games of the Small States of Europe Continental
10 Formula One Spain 2015 Spanish Grand Prix International
14 Association football Germany 2015 UEFA Women's Champions League Final Continental
14–17 Golf United States Regions Tradition International
14–24 Amateur boxing Chinese Taipei 2015 Women's Junior/Youth World Boxing Championships International
15 Athletics Qatar Qatar Athletic Super Grand Prix International
16 Horse racing United States 2015 Preakness Stakes Domestic
16 WTCC Germany FIA WTCC Race of Germany International
16–17 Triathlon Japan 2015 World Triathlon Series #5 International
16–17 Air racing Japan Red Bull Air Race World Championship – Chiba International
17 Athletics China Shanghai Golden Grand Prix International
17 Motorcycle racing France French motorcycle Grand Prix International
17–19 September Motosport Canada 2015 NASCAR Canadian Tire Series season Domestic
21–24 Golf United States Senior PGA Championship International
21–24 Golf England 2015 BMW PGA Championship International
23–24 Rowing Czech Republic 2015 European Rowing Junior Championships Continental
24 Formula One Monaco 2015 Monaco Grand Prix International
24 IndyCar United States 2015 Indianapolis 500 Domestic
24–7 June Tennis France 2015 French Open International
27 Association football Poland 2015 UEFA Europa League Final Continental
27–31 Amateur wrestling Egypt 2015 African Wrestling Championships Continental
29–31 Rowing Poland 2015 European Rowing Championships Continental
30 Athletics United States Prefontaine Classic International
30 Formula E Germany 2015 Berlin ePrix International
30–31 Air racing Croatia Red Bull Air Race World Championship – Rovinj International
30–31 Triathlon Italy 2015 ITU Cross Triathlon World Championships International
30–31 Triathlon United Kingdom 2015 World Triathlon Series #6 International
30–20 June Association football New Zealand 2015 FIFA U-20 World Cup International
31 Motorcycle racing Italy Italian motorcycle Grand Prix International

June[edit]

Date Sport Venue/Event Status Winner/s
1–6 Multi-sport Iceland 2015 Games of the Small States of Europe International
2–20 Rugby union Italy 2015 World Rugby Under 20 Championship International
3–6 Squash Slovakia 2015 European Squash Individual Championships Continental
4 Athletics Italy Golden Gala International
4–7 3x3 (basketball) Hungary 2015 FIBA 3x3 U18 World Championships International
5–16 Multi-sport Singapore 2015 Southeast Asian Games International
5–13 September Basketball United States 2015 WNBA season Domestic
6 Association football Germany 2015 UEFA Champions League Final Continental
6 Horse racing United Kingdom 2015 Epsom Derby Domestic
6 Horse racing United States 2015 Belmont Stakes Domestic
6–11 Fencing Switzerland 2015 European Fencing Championships Continental
6–14 Weightlifting Poland 2015 Junior World Weightlifting Championships International
6–5 July Association football Canada 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup International
7 Athletics United Kingdom British Grand Prix (Birmingham) International
7 Formula One Canada 2015 Canadian Grand Prix International
7 WTCC Russia FIA WTCC Race of Russia International
8–10 Baseball United States 2015 Major League Baseball Draft Domestic
8–14 Archery United States 2015 World Archery Youth Championships International
9–14 Water polo China FINA Women's Water Polo World League 2015 Super Final International
11 Athletics Norway Bislett Games International
11–14 Golf United States Constellation Senior Players Championship International
11–14 Golf United States 2015 KPMG Women's PGA Championship International
11–16 Fencing Egypt 2015 African Fencing Championships Continental
11–28 Basketball Hungary/Romania EuroBasket Women 2015 Continental
11–4 July Association football Chile 2015 Copa América Continental
12–28 Multi-sport Azerbaijan 2015 European Games Continental
13 Athletics United States Adidas Grand Prix International
13–14 Triathlon Mexico Triathlon World Cup #4 International
13–29 Association football United Kingdom 2015 CPISRA Football 7-a-side World Championships International
14 Motorcycle racing Catalonia Catalan motorcycle Grand Prix International
17–30 Association football Czech Republic 2015 UEFA European Under-21 Championship Continental
18–21 Golf United States 2015 U.S. Open International
21 Formula One Austria 2015 Austrian Grand Prix International
21 WTCC Slovakia FIA WTCC Race of Slovakia International
22–4 July Association football Iceland 2015 UEFA Women's Under-17 Championship Continental
23–28 Water polo Italy 2015 FINA Men's Water Polo World League Super Final International
25 Basketball United States 2015 NBA Draft International
25–28 Golf United States U.S. Senior Open International
26–27 Ice hockey United States 2015 NHL Entry Draft International
26–5 July Multi-sport United States 2015 World Police and Fire Games International
26–5 July Beach volleyball Netherlands 2015 Beach Volleyball World Championships International
27 Formula E United Kingdom 2015 London ePrix International
27 Motorcycle racing Netherlands Dutch TT International
27 Mountain bike racing Italy 2015 UCI Mountain Bike Marathon World Championships International
27 Triathlon Germany 2015 ETU Aquathlon European Championships Continental
27–28 Triathlon Sweden 2015 ITU Long Distance Triathlon World Championships International
27–3 July Multi-sport Jersey 2015 Island Games International
27–5 July Basketball Greece 2015 FIBA Under-19 World Championship International
28 WTCC France FIA WTCC Race of France International
29–12 July Tennis United Kingdom 2015 Wimbledon Championships International

July[edit]

Date Sport Venue/Event Status Winner/s
2–8 Multi-sport Netherlands 2015 IWAS World Junior Games International
2–11 Amateur boxing Thailand 2015 ASBC Asian Confederation Boxing Championships Continental
3–12 Volleyball Cyprus 2015 FIVB Women's Junior World Championship International
3–14 Multi-sport South Korea 2015 Summer Universiade International
4 Association football Republic of Ireland 2015 UEFA Regions' Cup Final Continental
4 Athletics France Meeting Areva International
4–5 Air racing Hungary Red Bull Air Race World Championship – Budapest International
4–18 Multi-sport Papua New Guinea 2015 Pacific Games Continental
5 Formula One United Kingdom 2015 British Grand Prix International
6–19 Association football Greece 2015 UEFA European Under-19 Championship Continental
7–26 Association football United States 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup Continental
8–19 American football United States 2015 IFAF World Championship International
9 Athletics Switzerland Athletissima International
9–12 Golf United States 2015 U.S. Women's Open International
9–12 Triathlon Switzerland 2015 Triathlon European Championships Continental
9–19 Beach soccer Portugal 2015 FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup International
10–26 Multi-sport Canada 2015 Pan American Games Continental
12 Motorcycle racing Germany German motorcycle Grand Prix International
12 WTCC Portugal FIA WTCC Race of Portugal International
13–19 Fencing Russia 2015 World Fencing Championships International
13–19 Swimming United Kingdom 2015 IPC Swimming World Championships International
14 Baseball United States 2015 Major League Baseball All-Star Game Domestic
15–19 Athletics Colombia 2015 IAAF World Youth Championships in Athletics International
15–27 Association football Israel 2015 UEFA Women's Under-19 Championship Continental
16–19 Golf Scotland 2015 Open Championship International
17 Athletics Monaco Herculis International
18–19 Triathlon Germany 2015 World Triathlon Series #7 International
18–19 Triathlon Germany 2015 ITU Triathlon Mixed Relay World Championships International
18–26 Basketball Russia 2015 FIBA Under-19 World Championship for Women International
19–2 August Handball Brazil 2015 Men's Junior World Handball Championship International
21–25 BMX racing Belgium 2015 UCI BMX World Championships International
22–26 Rowing Bulgaria 2015 World Rowing U23 Championships International
23–26 Golf England Senior Open Championship International
23–30 Weightlifting Nepal 2015 Asian Men's and Women's Weightlifting Championships Continental
24–25 Athletics United Kingdom London Grand Prix International
24–2 August Baseball Chinese Taipei 12U Baseball World Cup International
24–9 August Aquatics Russia 2015 World Aquatics Championships International
25–2 August Multi-sport United States 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games International
26 Formula One Hungary 2015 Hungarian Grand Prix International
26–30 Powerlifting Kazakhstan 2015 IPC Powerlifting Asian Open Championships Continental
26–2 August Archery Denmark 2015 World Archery Championships International
28–2 August Beach volleyball Austria 2015 European Beach Volleyball Championships Continental
30 Athletics Sweden DN Galan International
30–2 August Golf Scotland 2015 Women's British Open International

August[edit]

Date Sport Venue/Event Status Winner/s
1–2 Triathlon Brazil 2016 Summer Olympics Test Events International
1–9 Multi-sport France 2015 Indian Ocean Island Games International
5–9 Rowing Brazil 2015 World Rowing Junior Championships International
6–9 Golf United States 2015 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational International
6–9 Judo Bosnia and Herzegovina 2015 World Cadet Judo Championships International
6–15 Amateur boxing Bulgaria 2015 EUBC European Confederation Boxing Championships Continental
7–15 Multi-sport Canada 2015 Parapan American Games International
7–16 Multi-sport United Kingdom 2015 CPISRA World Games International
7–16 Volleyball Peru 2015 FIVB Girls Youth World Championship International
8–9 Triathlon Hungary Triathlon World Cup #5 International
9 Motorcycle racing Indiana Indianapolis motorcycle Grand Prix International
10–16 Badminton Indonesia 2015 BWF World Championships International
11 Association football Georgia (country) 2015 UEFA Super Cup Continental
11–16 Amateur wrestling Brazil 2015 World Junior Wrestling Championships International
12–19 Volleyball Turkey 2015 FIVB Women's U23 Volleyball World Championship International
13–16 Golf United States 2015 PGA Championship International
14–23 Volleyball Argentina 2015 FIVB Volleyball Boys' U19 World Championship International
15–16 Air racing United Kingdom Red Bull Air Race World Championship – Ascot International
15–23 Amateur boxing Venezuela 2015 AMBC American Confederation Boxing Championships Continental
15–23 Water polo Mexico 2015 FINA Junior Water Polo World Championships for Women International
16 Motorcycle racing Czech Republic Czech Republic motorcycle Grand Prix International
19–23 Canoeing Italy 2015 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships International
19–30 Association football China 2015 AFC U-19 Women's Championship Continental
22–23 Marathon swimming Brazil Aquece Rio International Marathon Swimming Event 2015 International
22–23 Triathlon Sweden 2015 World Triathlon Series #8 International
22–30 Athletics China 2015 World Championships in Athletics International
22–23 September Volleyball Japan 2015 FIVB Volleyball World Cup for Men and Women International
23 Formula One Belgium 2015 Belgian Grand Prix International
24–31 Volleyball United Arab Emirates 2015 FIVB Volleyball Men's U23 World Championship International
25–30 Judo Kazakhstan 2015 World Judo Championships International
25–30 Amateur wrestling Bosnia and Herzegovina 2015 World Cadet Wrestling Championships International
26–5 September Amateur boxing Thailand 2015 ASBC Asian Confederation Boxing Championships Continental
28–6 September Baseball Japan 18U Baseball World Cup International
29–5 September Amateur boxing Samoa 2015 OCBC Oceania Confederation Boxing Championships Continental
30 Motorcycle racing United Kingdom British motorcycle Grand Prix International
30–6 September Rowing France 2015 World Rowing Championships International
31–6 September Mountain bike racing Andorra 2015 UCI Mountain Bike & Trials World Championships International
31–13 September Tennis United States 2015 US Open International

September[edit]

Date Sport Venue/Event Status Winner/s
1–6 Swimming Singapore 2015 FINA World Junior Swimming Championships International
2–13 Amateur boxing Russia 2015 Junior World Boxing Championships International
3 Athletics Switzerland Weltklasse Zürich International
4–12 Water polo Kazakhstan 2015 FINA Junior Water Polo World Championships for Men International
4–19 Multi-sport Republic of the Congo 2015 All-Africa Games Continental
5–6 Air racing Austria Red Bull Air Race World Championship – Spielberg International
5–6 Triathlon Canada 2015 World Triathlon Series #9 International
5–11 Multi-sport Samoa 2015 Commonwealth Youth Games International
5–12 December American football United States 2015 NCAA Division I FBS football season Domestic
6 Formula One Italy 2015 Italian Grand Prix International
6–20 Volleyball Japan 2015 FIVB Volleyball Men's World Cup International
7–13 Rhythmic gymnastics Germany 2015 World Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships International
7–13 Wrestling United States 2015 World Wrestling Championships International
10–13 Golf France 2015 Evian Championship International
10–3 January 2016 American football United States 2015 NFL season Domestic
11 Athletics Belgium Memorial Van Damme International
11–20 Volleyball Mexico 2015 FIVB Volleyball Men's U21 World Championship International
12–13 Golf England 2015 Walker Cup International
12–19 Curling Switzerland 2015 World Mixed Curling Championship International
13 Motorcycle racing San Marino San Marino and Rimini's Coast motorcycle Grand Prix International
13 WTCC Japan FIA WTCC Race of Japan International
15–20 Canoeing United Kingdom 2015 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships International
15–20 Triathlon United States 2015 World Triathlon Series Grand Final International
15–22 Archery Brazil Aquece Rio International Archery Challenge 2015 International
16–19 Squash Poland 2015 European Club Championships Continental
16–23 Taekwondo Russia 2015 World Taekwondo Championships International
18–20 Golf Germany 2015 Solheim Cup International
18–31 October Rugby union England 2015 Rugby World Cup International
19–27 Road cycling United States 2015 UCI Road World Championships International
20 Formula One Singapore 2015 Singapore Grand Prix International
26–27 Air racing United States Red Bull Air Race World Championship – Fort Worth International
26–3 October Multi-sport Russia 2015 IWAS World Games International
26–4 October Volleyball Belgium/Netherlands 2015 Women's European Volleyball Championship Continental
27 Formula One Japan 2015 Japanese Grand Prix International
27 Marathon Germany 2015 Berlin Marathon (WMM #4) International
27 Motorcycle racing Aragon Aragon motorcycle Grand Prix International
27 WTCC China FIA WTCC Race of China International

October[edit]

Date Sport Venue/Event Status Winner/s
1–10 Multi-sport France 2015 European Masters Games International
2–11 Multi-sport South Korea 2015 Summer Military World Games International
3–4 Triathlon Mexico Triathlon World Cup #6 International
5–18 Amateur boxing Qatar 2015 World Amateur Boxing Championships International
6–11 Amateur wrestling Greece 2015 World Veterans Wrestling Championships International
8–11 Golf South Korea 2015 Presidents Cup International
9–18 Volleyball Bulgaria/Italy 2015 Men's European Volleyball Championship Continental
11 Formula One Russia 2015 Russian Grand Prix International
11 Marathon United States 2015 Chicago Marathon (WMM #5) International
11 Motorcycle racing Japan Japanese motorcycle Grand Prix International
14–18 Track cycling Switzerland 2015 UEC European Track Championships Continental
14–18 Triathlon Australia 2015 ITU Duathlon World Championships International
16–18 Table tennis Sweden 2015 Men's World Cup International
17–18 Air racing United States Red Bull Air Race World Championship – Las Vegas International
17–18 Triathlon Turkey Triathlon World Cup #7 International
17–8 November Association football Chile 2015 FIFA U-17 World Cup International
18 Motorcycle racing Australia Australian motorcycle Grand Prix International
22–31 Athletics Qatar 2015 IPC Athletics World Championships International
23–27 Judo United Arab Emirates 2015 World Junior Judo Championships International
24–25 Triathlon South Korea Triathlon World Cup #8 International
24–2 November Artistic gymnastics United Kingdom 2015 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships International
25 Formula One United States 2015 United States Grand Prix International
25 Motorcycle racing Malaysia Malaysian motorcycle Grand Prix International
25–1 November Tennis Singapore 2015 WTA Finals International
27–1 November Volleyball Brazil 2015 FIVB Volleyball Men's Club World Championship International

November[edit]

Date Sport Venue/Event Status Winner/s
1 Formula One Mexico 2015 Mexican Grand Prix International
1 Marathon United States 2015 New York City Marathon (WMM #6) International
1 WTCC Thailand FIA WTCC Race of Thailand International
2–8 Tennis China 2015 WTA Elite Trophy International
4–15 Association football China 2015 AFC U-16 Women's Championship Continental
5–8 Golf China 2015 WGC-HSBC Champions International
8 Motorcycle racing Valencian Community Valencian Community motorcycle Grand Prix International
8–21 Baseball Chinese Taipei/Japan 2015 WBSC Premier 12 International
12–14 Boccia Brazil 2015 Paralympic Test Event International
15 Formula One Brazil 2015 Brazilian Grand Prix International
15–22 Tennis United Kingdom 2015 ATP World Tour Finals International
18–22 Water polo Brazil Olympic Games Water Polo Test Event International
20–29 Weightlifting United States 2015 World Weightlifting Championships International
22 WTCC Qatar FIA WTCC Race of Qatar International
24–28 Powerlifting Hungary 2015 IPC Powerlifting European Open Championships Continental
25–28 Trampolining Denmark 2015 Trampoline World Championships International
28–6 December Field hockey India 2014–15 Men's FIH Hockey World League Final International
29 Canadian football Canada 103rd Grey Cup Domestic
29 Formula One United Arab Emirates 2015 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix International
29–6 December Table tennis France 2015 World Junior Table Tennis Championships International

December[edit]

Date Sport Venue/Event Status Winner/s
1–6 Amateur boxing Brazil Aquece Rio International Boxing Tournament 2015 International
3–9 Multi-sport Singapore 2015 ASEAN ParaGames Regional
5–13 Field hockey Argentina 2014–15 Women's FIH Hockey World League Final International
5–19 Association football Senegal 2015 CAF U-23 Championship Continental
5–20 Handball Denmark 2015 World Women's Handball Championship International
10–20 Association football Japan 2015 FIFA Club World Cup International
12–18 Squash Kuwait 2015 Men's World Team Squash Championships International
26–5 January 2016 Ice hockey Finland 2016 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships International

Alpine skiing[edit]

FIS[edit]

  • October 25, 2014 – March 22, 2015: 2015 Alpine Skiing World Cup[2]
    • October 25 & 26, 2014: World Cup #1 in Austria Sölden
    • November 15 & 16, 2014: World Cup #2 in Finland Levi (Kittilä)
    • November 29 & 30, 2014: World Cup #3a in Canada Lake Louise, Alberta (Ski Resort)
      • Men's Downhill winner: Norway Kjetil Jansrud
      • Men's Super G winner: Norway Kjetil Jansrud
    • November 29 & 30, 2014: World Cup #3b in United States Aspen, Colorado
    • December 2 – 7, 2014: World Cup #4a in Canada Lake Louise
      • Women's Downhill winner #1: Slovenia Tina Maze
      • Women's Downhill winner #2: United States Lindsey Vonn
      • Women's Super G winner: Switzerland Lara Gut
    • December 2 – 7, 2014: World Cup #4b in United States Beaver Creek Resort (Avon, Colorado)
    • December 12 – 14, 2014: World Cup #5 in Sweden Åre #1
      • Men's Giant Slalom winner: Austria Marcel Hirscher
      • Women's Giant Slalom winner: Slovenia Tina Maze
      • Men's Slalom winner: Austria Marcel Hirscher
      • Women's Slalom winner: Sweden Maria Pietilä-Holmner
    • December 17 – 20, 2014: World Cup #6a in Italy Val Gardena / Groeden
      • Men's Downhill winner: United States Steven Nyman
      • Men's Super G winner: Norway Kjetil Jansrud
    • December 19 – 21, 2014: World Cup #6b in France Val-d'Isère
    • December 21, 2014: World Cup #7 in Italy Alta Badia
      • Men's Giant Slalom winner: Austria Marcel Hirscher
    • December 22, 2014: World Cup #8 in Italy Madonna di Campiglio
    • December 26 – 28, 2014: World Cup #9a in Italy Santa Caterina di Valfurva
    • December 28 & 29, 2014: World Cup #9b in Austria Kühtai in Tirol
    • January 4 – 6: World Cup #10 in Croatia Zagreb-Sljeme
      • Men's Slalom winner: Austria Marcel Hirscher
      • Women's Slalom winner: United States Mikaela Shiffrin
    • January 10 & 11: World Cup #11b in Switzerland Adelboden
      • Men's Giant Slalom winner: Austria Marcel Hirscher
      • Men's Slalom winner: Italy Stefano Gross
    • January 13 – 18: World Cup #12a in Switzerland Wengen
      • Men's Alpine skiing combined winner: Switzerland Carlo Janka
      • Men's Slalom skiing winner: Germany Felix Neureuther
      • Men's Downhill: Austria Hannes Reichelt
    • January 13: World Cup #12b in Austria Flachau
    • January 15 – 18: World Cup #12c in Italy Cortina d'Ampezzo
      • Women's Downhill #1 winner: Italy Elena Fanchini
      • Women's Downhill #2 winner: United States Lindsey Vonn
    • January 20 – 25: World Cup #13a in Austria Kitzbühel
    • January 22 – 25: World Cup #13b in Switzerland St. Moritz
      • Women's Downhill winner: Switzerland Lara Gut
      • Women's Super G winner: United States Lindsey Vonn
    • January 27: World Cup #14 in Austria Schladming
    • February 19 – 22: World Cup #15a in Austria Saalbach-Hinterglemm
      • Men's Downhill winner: Austria Matthias Mayer
      • Men's Super G winner: Austria Matthias Mayer
    • February 21 & 22: World Cup #15b in Slovenia Maribor
      • Women's Giant Slalom winner: Austria Anna Fenninger
      • Women's Slalom winner: United States Mikaela Shiffrin
    • February 26 – March 1: World Cup #16a in Germany Garmisch-Partenkirchen #1
      • Men's Downhill winner: Austria Hannes Reichelt
      • Men's Giant Slalom winner: Austria Marcel Hirscher
    • February 27 – March 2: World Cup #16b in Bulgaria Bansko
      • Women's Alpine Combined winner: Austria Anna Fenninger
      • Women's Super G winner: Austria Anna Fenninger
    • March 5 – 8: World Cup #17a in Norway Kvitfjell
      • Men's Downhill winner: Austria Hannes Reichelt
      • Men's Super G winner: Norway Kjetil Jansrud
    • March 5 – 8: World CUp #17b in Germany Garmisch-Partenkirchen #2
      • Women's Downhill winner: Liechtenstein Tina Weirather
      • Women's Super G winner: United States Lindsey Vonn
    • March 13 & 14: World Cup #18a in Sweden Åre #2
      • Women's Giant Slalom winner: Austria Anna Fenninger
      • Women's Slalom winner: United States Mikaela Shiffrin
    • March 14 & 15: World Cup #18b in Slovenia Kranjska Gora
    • March 16 – 22: World Cup #19 (final) in France Méribel
  • February 2 – 15: 2015 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in United States Vail / Beaver Creek[3]
  • March 7 – 13: World Junior Alpine Skiing Championships 2015 in Norway Hafjell[15]
    • Men's Junior Giant Slalom winner: Norway Henrik Kristoffersen[16]
    • Women's Junior Giant Slalom winner: Austria Nina Ortlieb[17]
    • Men's Junior Slalom winner: Norway Henrik Kristoffersen[18]
    • Women's Junior Slalom winner: United States Paula Moltzan[19]
    • Men's Junior Alpine Combined winner: Switzerland Loïc Meillard[20]
    • Women's Junior Super Combined winner: Switzerland Rahel Kopp[21]
    • Men's Junior Super G winner: Slovenia Miha Hrobat[22]
    • Women's Junior Super G winner: Italy Federica Sosio[23]
    • Men's Junior Downhill winner: Italy Henri Battilani[24]
    • Women's Junior Downhill winner: Norway Mina Fürst Holtmann[25]
    • Mixed Junior Team Event winners:  Norway[26]

IPC Alpine Skiing World Cup[edit]

Amateur boxing[edit]

World boxing championships[edit]

AIBA confederations[edit]

  • May 15 – 24: 2015 EUBC European Confederation Junior Boxing Championships in Ukraine Lviv
  • June 7 – 14: 2015 ASBC Asian Confederation Junior Boxing Championships in Uzbekistan Tashkent
  • August 6 – 14: 2015 ASBC Asian Confederation Women’s Boxing Championships in China Wūlánchábù
  • August 6 – 15: 2015 EUBC European Confederation Boxing Championships in Bulgaria Sofia
  • August 15 – 23: 2015 AMBC American Confederation Boxing Championships in Venezuela Puerto la Cruz
  • August 15 – 24: 2015 EUBC European Confederation Women’s Junior / Youth Boxing Championships in Hungary Keszthely
  • August 15 – 25: 2015 AFBC African Confederation Boxing Championships in  Morocco (location TBA)
  • August 24 – 29 : 2015 OCBC Oceania Confederation Boxing Championships in Australia Canberra
  • August 26 – September 5: 2015 ASBC Asian Confederation Boxing Championships in Thailand Bangkok
  • November 20 – 29: 2015 EUBC European Confederation Youth Boxing Championships in Poland Kołobrzeg
  • TBA for June: 2015 AMBC American Confederation Junior Boxing Championships in  Costa Rica (location TBA)
  • TBA for November: 2015 AMBC American Confederation Women’s Boxing Championships in  Venezuela (location TBA)
  • TBA: 2015 EUBC European Confederation Women’s Boxing Championships

2016 Summer Olympics[edit]

  • December 1 – 6: Aquece Rio International Boxing Tournament 2015 in  Brazil (Olympic Test Event)

American football[edit]

NCAA Bowl games[edit]

Regular bowl games[edit]

College Football Playoff (CFP) bowl games[edit]

College Football Playoff National Championship[edit]

Other American football events[edit]

Aquatics[edit]

Open water swimming[edit]

Marathon swimming[edit]

Diving[edit]

  • February 20 – November 1: 2015 FINA Diving Grand Prix
    • February 20 – 22: Grand Prix #1 in Germany Rostock[40]
    • April 2 – 5: Grand Prix #2 in Mexico León, Guanajuato[41]
      • Men's 3m Springboard winner: Mexico Jahir Ocampo
      • Women's 3m Springboard winner: China WU Chunting
      • Men's 10m Platform winner: Mexico Jonathan Ruvalcaba
      • Women's 10m Platform winner: China JI Siyu
      • Men's Synchronized 3m Springboard winners: Mexico Jonathan Ruvalcaba / Carlos Moreno Arellano
      • Women's Synchronized 3m Springboard winners: China Lin Qu / WU Chunting
      • Men's Synchronized 10m Platform winners: China WANG Anqi / HUANG Bowen
      • Women's Synchronized 10m Platform winners: Mexico Gabriela Agundez / Karla Rivas
      • Mixed Synchronized 3m Springboard winners: China LIU Lingrui / HU Qiyuan
      • Mixed Synchronized 10m Platform winners: Mexico Alejandra Estrella Madrigal / Diego Balleza
    • April 9 – 12: Grand Prix #3 in Canada Gatineau[42]
      • Men's 3m Springboard winner: Mexico Jahir Ocampo
      • Women's 3m Springboard winner: China WU Chunting
      • Men's 10m Platform winner: Mexico Diego Balleza
      • Women's 10m Platform winner: China JI Siyu
      • Men's Synchronized 3m Springboard winners: Canada François Imbeau-Dulac / Philippe Gagne
      • Women's Synchronized 3m Springboard winners: China Lin Qu / WU Chunting
      • Men's Synchronized 10m Platform winners: Canada Vincent Riendeau / Philippe Gagne
      • Women's Synchronized 10m Platform winners: China DING Yaying / JI Siyu
      • Mixed Synchronized 3m Springboard winners: Canada François Imbeau-Dulac / Jennifer Abel
      • Mixed Synchronized 10m Platform winners: Canada Vincent Riendeau / Meaghan Benfeito
    • April 16 – 19: Grand Prix #4 in Puerto Rico San Juan[43]
      • Men's 3m Springboard winner: Japan Ken Terauchi
      • Women's 3m Springboard winner: Japan Minami Itahashi
      • Men's 10m Platform winner: China HU Qiyuan
      • Women's 10m Platform winner: China JI Siyu
      • Men's Synchronized 3m Springboard winners: Japan Sho Sakai / Ken Terauchi
      • Women's Synchronized 3m Springboard winners: China Lin Qu / WU Chunting
      • Men's Synchronized 10m Platform winners: China HUANG Bowen / WANG Anqi
      • Women's Synchronized 10m Platform winners: China JI Siyu / DING Yaying
      • Mixed Synchronized 3m Springboard winners Malaysia Loh Zhiayi / Mohammad Syafiq
      • Mixed Synchronized 10m Platform winners: Brazil Ingrid Oliveira / Luiz Felipe Outerelo
    • June 26 – 28: Grand Prix #5 in Spain Madrid
    • July 3 – 5: Grand Prix #6 in Italy Bolzano
    • October 16 – 18: Grand Prix #7 in  Singapore
    • October 23 – 25: Grand Prix #8 in Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
    • October 29 – November 1: Grand Prix #9 (final) in Australia Gold Coast
  • March 13 – May 31: 2015 FINA Diving World Series
    • March 13 – 15: World Series #1 in China Beijing[44]
      • Men's 3m Springboard winner: China He Chong
      • Women's 3m Springboard winner: China Shi Tingmao
      • Men's 10m Platform winner: China Yang Jian
      • Women's 10m Platform winner: China Liu Huixia
      • Men's Synchronized 3m Springboard winners: China Cao Yuan / Qin Kai
      • Women's Synchronized 3m Springboard winners: China Shi Tingmao / Wu Minxia
      • Men's Synchronized 10m Platform winners: China Chen Aisen / Lin Yue
      • Women's Synchronized 10m Platform winners: China Chen Ruolin / Liu Huixia
      • Mixed Synchronized 3m Springboard winners: China Chen Aisen / He Zi
      • Mixed Synchronized 10m Platform winners: China Jie Lian / Xiaohu Tao
    • March 19 – 21: World Series #2 in United Arab Emirates Dubai[45]
      • Men's 3m Springboard winner: United Kingdom Jack Laugher
      • Women's 3m Springboard winner: China SHI Tingmao
      • Men's 10m Platform winner: China Qiu Bo
      • Women's 10m Platform winner: China CHEN Ruolin
      • Men's Synchronized 3m Springboard winners: China Qin Kai / CAO Yuan
      • Women's Synchronized 3m Springboard winners: China WU Minxia / SHI Tingmao
      • Men's Synchronized 10m Platform winners: China LIN Yue / CHEN Aisen
      • Women's Synchronized 10m Platform winners: China CHEN Ruolin / LIU Huixia
      • Mixed Synchronized 3m Springboard winners: China HE Zi / CHEN Aisen
      • Mixed Synchronized 10m Platform winners: China TAI Xiaohu / LIAN Jie
    • April 24 – 26: World Series #3 in Russia Kazan[46]
      • Men's 3m Springboard winner: United Kingdom Jack Laugher
      • Women's 3m Springboard winner: China SHI Tingmao
      • Men's 10m Platform winner: China Qiu Bo
      • Women's 10m Platform winner: Canada Meaghan Benfeito
      • Men's Synchronized 3m Springboard winners: China Qin Kai / CAO Yuan
      • Women's Synchronized 3m Springboard winners: China WU Minxia / SHI Tingmao
      • Men's Synchronized 10m Platform winners: China LIN Yue / CHEN Aisen
      • Women's Synchronized 10m Platform winners: China CHEN Ruolin / LIU Huixia
      • Mixed Synchronized 3m Springboard winners: China YANG Hao/Han Wang
      • Mixed Synchronized 10m Platform winners: China LIAN Junjie / Si Yajie
    • May 1 – 3: World Series #4 in United Kingdom London[47]
      • Men's 3m Springboard winner: Russia Evgeny Kuznetsov
      • Women's 3m Springboard winner: China SHI Tingmao
      • Men's 10m Platform winner: United Kingdom Tom Daley
      • Women's 10m Platform winner: Canada Roseline Filion
      • Men's Synchronized 3m Springboard winners: China Qin Kai / CAO Yuan
      • Women's Synchronized 3m Springboard winners: China WU Minxia / SHI Tingmao
      • Men's Synchronized 10m Platform winners: China LIN Yue / CHEN Aisen
      • Women's Synchronized 10m Platform winners: China CHEN Ruolin / LIU Huixia
      • Mixed Synchronized 3m Springboard winners: China YANG Hao / WANG Ha
      • Mixed Synchronized 10m Platform winners: China LIAN Junjie / Si Yajie
    • May 22 – 24: World Series #5 in Canada Windsor, Ontario
    • May 29 – 31: World Series #6 (final) in Mexico Mérida, Yucatán
  • May 8 – 10: 2015 FINA High Diving World Cup in Mexico Cozumel
    • Men's High Dive winner:
    • Women's High Dive winner:

FINA Swimming World Cup[edit]

Synchronized swimming[edit]

Aquatics world championships[edit]

Archery[edit]

Indoor[edit]

  • November 8, 2014 – February 7, 2015: 2014–15 WA Indoor Archery Schedule[51]
    • November 8 & 9, 2014: Indoor Archery World Cup #1 in Morocco Marrakesh[52]
      •  France and  Italy won 2 gold medals each. France won the overall medal tally.[53]
    • December 6 & 7, 2014: Indoor Archery World Cup #2 in Thailand Bangkok[54]
    • January 23 – 25, 2015: Indoor Archery World Cup #3 in France Nîmes[56]
    • February 6 – 8, 2015: Indoor Archery World Cup #4 and the Final in United States Las Vegas[58]

Other indoor archery championships[edit]

Outdoor[edit]

  • May 5 – October 25: 2015 WA Outdoor Archery Schedule[63]
    • May 5 – 10: Outdoor Archery World Cup #1 in China Shanghai
    • May 26 – 31: Outdoor Archery World Cup #2 in Turkey Antalya
    • August 11 – 16: Outdoor Archery World Cup #3 in Poland Wrocław
    • September 8 – 13: Outdoor Archery World Cup #4 in Colombia Medellin
    • October 24 & 25: Outdoor Archery World Cup Final in Mexico Mexico City

Other outdoor archery championships[edit]

Association football[edit]

UEFA[edit]

CONMEBOL[edit]

CAF[edit]

AFC[edit]

CONCACAF[edit]

OFC[edit]

Other football competitions[edit]

Athletics (track and field)[edit]

World athletics championships[edit]

Regional athletics championships[edit]

World Marathon Majors[edit]

IAAF Road Race Label Events[edit]

  • January 3 – December 31: 2015 IAAF Label Road Races Calendar[83]

Gold Label[edit]