Olympic champion admits she must be ‘realistic’ ahead of Hypo-Meeting in Gotzis, her first big test on the road to Rio 2016 since giving birth to her son
With Olympic qualifying looming, GB hockey women adopt edgy style in bid to raise profile. Olivia Parker reports
Selection criteria to be confirmed as Sam Warburton warns XVs stars they won’t “walk in to” Team GB’s Olympic sevens team, and says lack of pre-Games matches is far from ideal, writes Oliver Pickup
Selection criteria to be confirmed as Sam Warburton warns XVs stars they won’t “walk in to” Team GB’s Olympic sevens team, and says lack of pre-Games matches is far from ideal, writes Oliver Pickup
Stalwart Dutch coach believes Great Britain’s young players would benefit from gaining experience in European leagues
Jamaican relieved to escape injury in 200m victory at IAAF World Challenge in Ostrava, Czech Republic
Teenager smashes her personal best to become the fastest British sprinter of all time with stunning 11.02sec run
Olympic gold medal-winning sprinter accuses former teammate of malicious attempt to discredit him
Olympic legend Allan Wells has hit back at claims he used drugs at the peak of his career in the 1980s. Wells, who won gold at the Moscow games, described the rumours as ‘false and malicious’.
Arsene Wenger sent James DeGale a good luck letter ahead of his bid to become the first British Olympic gold medalist to win a world title.
CHRIS FOY’S WORLD OF RUGBY: Christian Wade may soon come to the understandable conclusion that his best shot at international glory will be in Rio next year, rather than in London this year.
JEFF POWELL: James DeGale follows the 17th-century path of the Pilgrim Fathers seeking to make history of his own. DeGale will bid to become the first British Olympic champion to win a world title.
Ashley Jackson admits to ‘tough decision’ in joining Holcombe ahead of club’s first foray in top flight hockey
Exclusive: England coach would “love the opportunity to go to the Olympics” as Team GB manager, he tells Oliver Pickup
DAVID AMES has the backing of one of England’s best players in Ashley Jackson as he bids to win a place in the Great Britain squad for the Olympic qualifying competition in Antwerp, Belgium, next month.
Interview: London 2012 high jump bronze medallist is rebuilding his confidence after a serious injury threatened his career
Briton’s main aim for season is to reach 6,200-point qualifying standard to book place for Rio 2016, but she says persistent Achilles injuries are frustrating efforts
Teenage sensation Mercy Brown remains confident she can achieve the points total that will seal her place in the Team GB weightlifting squad at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Katherine Grainger’s extraordinary Olympic journey has restarted. And, on days such as the one when we meet, it is easy to see the allure.
England women’s No 1 comes back from the brink to reach third British Open final in a row at Airco Arena in Hull