Laura Kenny and Jason Kenny spearhead Team GB's 26-strong cycling squad named for this summer's rearranged Olympic Games.
Weightlifter Laurel Hubbard will become the first transgender athlete to compete at the Olympics after being selected by New Zealand for the women's event in Tokyo.
Alice Dearing is set to become the first black woman to represent Great Britain in an Olympic swimming event after sealing her place at Tokyo 2020.
John Carlos speaks about his life-changing protest at the 1968 Olympics which became one of sport's most iconic images.
The Japanese government's top adviser on coronavirus has recommended that the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games take place behind closed doors.
Carly Telford has been called up to the Team GB women's football squad after Karen Bardsley had to withdraw through injury.
A lifelong Manchester City fan, playing for the women’s team and receiving her first England call-up in April, Esme Morgan is living her dream.
Team GB athletes face the prospect of six days' hard quarantine in Tokyo under rules that risk throwing their Olympic preparations into chaos.
Chef de Mission Mark England said the British Olympic Association will not set a medal target for Team GB in Tokyo due to the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Twelve-year-old skateboarder Sky Brown is set to become Britain's youngest ever Summer Olympian after being listed as one of 20 women's Park qualifiers for Tokyo.