UK Sport Chair Katherine Grainger says potential funding shortfalls may mean Britain won't be as successful at winning medals in the future.
Darren Campbell says he followed the advice of Linford Christie in order to create a legacy.
Retired double-amputee marine sergeant Rob Jones will embark on a challenge to run 31 marathons in 31 days.
Linford Christie features in episode 11 of Sky Sports' My Icon series.
Adam Peaty says he wants to keep swimming until 2028 and won't settle for having just twice broken the 50m breaststroke world record at the World Championships.
Michael Phelps has taken part in a race against a computer generated shark.
100 metre world record holder, Usain Bolt has praised Lord Coe for the work he is doing to tackle the issue of doping in athletics.
Team GB shooter Amber Hill says more women should try skeet shooting as she outlines her plans for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
European indoor champion Laura Muir tells Sportswomen how she's juggling training to become a vet with preparations for this summer's World Championships in London.
British sprinter James Ellington says he is targeting a return to action next year after a motorbike accident in January left him with life threatening injuries.
Sky's Jane Dougall met Laura Muir at her altitude training camp in the Pyrenees. The 23-year-old tells us how she is coping with her rapid rise and her ambitions for this year's World Championships and the Olympics.
Former world number one Maria Sharapova wants to compete in the Olympics in three years time. She missed the 2016 games after testing positive for meldonium.
Great Britain figure skater Penny Coomes makes her return to the ice after surgery, with less than a year to go until the Winter Olympics.
Sky Scholar Siobhan-Marie O'Connor is back in the pool having taken some time off after Rio.
We meet Stefani Nurding, who will compete in the first Olympic skateboarding event at Tokyo 2020.
Meet free-skier James Woods, who's being tipped for gold at the Winter Olympics after victory at the X Games in January.
Two-time Olympic figure skater Penny Coomes has set her sights on a medal at the 2018 Olympics after recovering from injury.
Geraint Hughes reports that the IAAF have been told Russia should not be reinstated to international athletics until November at the earliest.
IAAF President Lord Coe says Russian athletes will be able to compete at this year's World Championships in London as 'neutrals' if they can prove they have not been doping.
IAAF President Lord Coe maintains he never misled parliament, and is happy to answer any more select committee questions about his efforts to combat doping in athletics.
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