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Sailing: GB's Simpson dies
Britain's Olympic sailing gold medallist Andrew Simpson has been killed following a training accident in San Francisco Bay.
Adlington calls it a day at 23
Double Olympic champion Rebecca Adlington has announced her retirement from competitive swimming.
Danson eyeing legacy
Olympic bronze medallist Alex Danson is hoping the London 2012 legacy will live on in hockey as things finally start to settle down after last summer's amazing scenes.
White not giving up
Bobby White spoke to Skysports.com about keeping the Olympic spirit alive despite funding cuts for handball.
Dujardin wraps year with win
Double Olympic gold medallist Charlotte Dujardin brought the curtain down on the greatest year of her career with victory in the Reem Acra FEI World Cup freestyle event at Olympia.
Cook switches to Isle of Man
European taekwondo champion Aaron Cook has switched allegiance to the Isle of Man for international competitions - but still hopes to represent Great Britain at the Olympic Games.
Coe remains tough on drugs
After being elected unopposed as the new chairman of the British Olympic Association, Sebastian Coe promised that he would fight for tougher penalties for drugs cheats.
Coe elected as BOA chairman
Sebastian Coe has been elected as the new chairman of the British Olympic Association.
Radcliffe has her funding cut
Marathon world record holder Paula Radcliffe is among a number of British athletes to have had their National Lottery funding removed.
A new chapter
Emma Bird spoke to Bobby White about his new role after leading the Team GB handball side in London.
Hoy pleased as target hit
With the Olympic Games in London beginning to feel like a distant memory, the sport of cycling has kept a pledge to get more people riding their bikes as part of the Olympic legacy.
A golden whirlwind
Olympic gold medallist Jade Jones told Sky Sports about her 2012 experience and pushing taekwondo forwards.
Lord Coe welcomes legacy pot
As the London Games drew to a close, the focus on legacy has been reverberating across the country.
Daley and Laugher claim title
Olympic bronze medallist Tom Daley returned to winning ways as he won the three-metre springboard synchro alongside Jack Laugher at the World Junior Diving Championships in Adelaide.
No men's team at Rio 2016
Football Association general secretary Alex Horne has confirmed there will be no men's Great Britain football team at the Rio Olympics in 2016.
Cook might switch countries
World number one Aaron Cook says he will contemplate fighting for another country at the 2016 Rio Olympics after his controversial snub by taekwondo selectors for London 2012.
Farah scoops honour
British Olympic hero Mo Farah has been voted European Athlete of the Year for the second consecutive year.
Woodward quits role at BOA
Sir Clive Woodward has stepped down as director of sport at the British Olympic Association.
Dujardin struggling to adjust
Olympic dressage champion Charlotte Dujardin admits life after London 2012 is "the worst feeling".
Adlington rules out Rio
Rebecca Adlington has no intention of competing at the Olympic Games in Brazil in 2016.