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'How Olympic pain drove me on'
After dreaming of being at an Olympics for 10 years, dropping the baton in your very first Games and being laughed at by athletes, the public and media would be devastating.
Para-cycling in 2020 Games
Para-cycling has had a reprieve and a warning after it was announced it would now be part of the 2020 Tokyo Games.
Olympics opened to joint bids
The International Olympic Committee has approved sweeping changes to the bidding process which will allow joint bids.
Basketball gets cash boost
British Basketball will receive a £1.18m injection from Sport England over the next two-and-a-half years.
Stanning misses Euro Champs
London 2012 gold medallist Heather Stanning has been pulled out of next month's European Championships after showing signs of fatigue in training.
Pool to answer legacy question
London 2012 organisers says the opening of two 50-metre swimming pools available for public use in the Olympic Park this weekend is proof of the legacy left behind by the Games.
Rutherford comeback on hold
Britain's Olympic long jump champion Greg Rutherford has opted to put his return to action on hold because of injury.
Mayor makes stadium promise
London Mayor Boris Johnson has revealed no further public money will be spent on converting the Olympic Stadium into a football ground.
UK Sport's Rio confidence
UK Sport say they're confident in their aim to win more Olympic and Paralympic medals in Rio than they won in London, a feat achieved by no other Olympic host nation in modern history, writes Amy Lewis.
Legacy criticism for clubs
Lord Harris, the chair of the House of Lords Committee into the Olympic and Paralympic legacy, has criticised West Ham and Leyton Orient following their dispute over the future of the Olympic Stadium.
Olympics benefit target met
The Government has announced that a four-year target of raising £11billion worth of economic benefit from the London Olympics has been met in 12 months.
Ennis-Hill recovery going well
Jessica Ennis-Hill says she is recovering well from the Achilles injury that ruled her out of the World Championships.
Gunnell joins Sport England
Olympic gold medallist Sally Gunnell is among seven new Sport England board members announced by Culture, Media and Sport Secretary Maria Miller.
Brownlee focused on Glasgow
Olympic triathlon champion Alistair Brownlee insists he has no thoughts of winding down after an injury-plagued season, and has his sights fully set on the Commonwealth Games and Rio Olympics.
Hazel: Pressured to look good
Former heptathlete Louise Hazel says she felt more pressured than ever to look good in the lead up to last year's London Olympics.
Sportswomen of the Year awards
The 2013 Sunday Times and Sky Sports Sportswomen of the Year Awards have been launched, giving you the opportunity to nominate your favourite sportswomen of the past nine months.
Tokyo to host 2020 Olympics
Tokyo have won the right to host the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Dwain: Time of the essence
Team GB sprinter Dwain Chambers believes his time is running out as he makes final preparations for the World Championships in Moscow.
Rutherford eyes medal
Greg Rutherford feels he can put his injury troubles behind him and win a long jump medal at the World Championships in Moscow.
Depleted GB limp into Moscow
Great Britain head into next weekend's World Championships in Russia with a depleted squad as injuries plague the camp.