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Zara targets Olympic spot
Zara Tindall has underlined her desire and determination to feature in the Great Britain selection shake-up for this summer's Rio Olympics.
Murray opts against Rio village
Andy Murray says he will stay at an apartment with the British tennis team and not in the Olympic Village in Rio during the Games this summer.
Armitstead ends retirement talk
Lizzie Armitstead has ended talk of early retirement by signing a two-year contract extension with Boels-Dolmans.
Pain and gain of making Rio
Making an Olympic team is a gruelling and often painful business.
Olivia Breen: Who am I?
On our TV screens, she's all smiles even in the heat of the competition, but what makes one of GB's Paralympic stars fume?
Ennis-Hill admits virus fears
World and Olympic heptathlon champion Jessica Ennis-Hill has admitted she is deeply concerned about the threat of the Zika virus in Brazil ahead of this summer's Olympics.
Rafa to carry Spain flag at Rio
Rafael Nadal will carry Spain's flag at the opening ceremony of this summer's Olympics.
Team GB unveil Olympic kit
Team GB have unveiled their brand new kit for this summer's Olympics as Rio marks 100 days until the Games.
GB Sevens Dream Team
With 100 days to go before the Rio Olympics, Rupert Cox has put together his Great Britain Sevens Dream Team.
Toe woe to Tenerife training
Olivia Breen is finally back doing what she does best but it's been a testing couple of months.
Refugee carries Olympic flame
A Syrian amputee carried the flame through a refugee camp in Athens on Tuesday to highlight the plight of the million people who fled their homes for Europe since last year.
Brits who could star in Rio
With the 2016 Olympic Games 100 days away, we profile some of the British stars in contention for gold in Rio de Janeiro.
Eight potential stars of Rio
When the Olympic Games get under way in 100 days’ time, the world will once again become transfixed by the exploits of the likes of Usain Bolt, Michael Phelps, Jessica Ennis-Hill and Sir Bradley Wiggins.
Murray targets Olympic success
Jamie Murray is hoping to emulate his brother Andy by winning an Olympic gold medal when the pair team up in Rio this summer.
'GB can beat London medal haul'
The British Olympic Association is confident that the "most talented" team it has taken to an away Games can create history at the Rio Olympics.
'Most talented group' Rio-bound
With 101 days to go until the Rio Games, the men in charge of Team GB believe they will be sending the "most talented group of athletes ever to leave these shores' to an Olympics".
Schwartzel says no to Olympics
South Africa's Charl Schwartzel has joined compatriot Louis Oosthuizen in deciding to skip this year's Olympics.
Garner: I'm born to race
Dodgy weather, crashes, bad luck and back pain are not the best things to deal with when you're a professional cyclist.
Rio boost for Daley in Kazan
Tom Daley feels he is in good shape ahead of the Rio Olympics after taking silver at the World Series diving event in Kazan.
Stanford triumphs in Cape Town
Non Stanford led home a one-two for Great Britain in the women's ITU World Triathlon Series event in Cape Town as Jonathan Brownlee recovered from heat stroke to win silver in the men's race.