Dan Greaves, Stef Reid and Hannah Cockroft all take medals on the penultimate day of the IPC European Athletics Championships in Swansea
MATTHEW HUDSON-SMITH could get the No126 bus from his home to run against his idol, reigning Olympic champion Kirani James, in Birmingham.
ADAM PEATY broke the first world record of these European Championships last night, before showing his muscles to the crowd and admitting he can go quicker in today’s 50m breaststroke final.
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JAZZ CARLIN cast aside the “toughest two years of my career and life” in emphatic fashion last night as the Welsh distance swimmer blasted her way to a lifetime best and her second women’s 800 metres gold inside a month at these European Championships.
SCOTTISH schoolgirl Maria Lyle capped an astonishing international debut season by completing the sprint double at the IPC athletics European Championships in Swansea.
Britain’s 14-year-old sprint sensation Maria Lyle wins her second gold medal of the IPC European Athletics Championships in Swansea with victory in the T35 200m
ROBERTO PAVONI raced back to form after a disappointing Commonwealth Games to win his first senior medal last night and Britain’s 10th of these European Championships – double that of their nearest rival, Sweden.
LIVERPOOL teenager Erin McBride won Great Britain’s fifth gold medal of the IPC Athletics European Championships in Swansea yesterday.
After missing her home Olympics through injury, sprinter Jodie ‘Moneylegs’ Williams is hoping for a golden future after winning 200m silver in Glasgow and Zurich
England’s rugby World Cup win shone a spotlight on the women’s game. But what next? Captain Katy Mclean, reveals the team’s ‘crazy’ celebrations and says she’s scrapped plans to retire
Welshman complains at decision to change events to seated throws and says organisers have “taken a step back”
BRITISH swimming’s breaststroke resurgence broke further ground on Tuesday night as Adam Peaty and Ross Murdoch led home a brilliant one-two at the European Championships in Berlin.
European champio Jo Pavey showed there’s life after 40, now she tells Jim White how to get fit
BRITISH athletics, kings of Europe, are now looking to take on the best the world has to offer over the next three years.
Performance director Neil Black warns against complacency ahead of British Athletics’ ‘most important three years ever’
British Olympic swimmer, Rebecca Adlington has, we are told, undergone a ‘radical makeover’ as a result of insults over her appearance. Hold on, says Claire Cohen. Isn’t it possible that she might just be happy?
BRITISH athletics re-wound two years to London 2012 with a stunning set of results that crowned us kings of Europe.
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