British taekwondo rivals Lutalo Muhammad and Aaron Cook hope to finally meet at the Manchester Grand Prix.
Katherine Grainger meets up with British medal hope Shelley Rudman for Inspire: The Olympic Journey to discuss her Sochi chances.
Inspire: The Olympic Journey meets London 2012 rowing gold medallist Heather Stanning as the Army officer steps up her preparations for Rio.
Your guide to the latest sporting events on the BBC, including the Ashes third Test, Champions League and Heineken Cup rugby
How to get into artistic gymnastics - find out where to hop on a pommel horse or swing from the parallel bars for the first time.
Even before he was released from prison, Nelson Mandela identified sport as a way of achieving peace, writes David Bond
Emelia Gorecka goes into the European Cross Country Championships at the weekend hoping for a fourth straight medal.
BBC Sport profiles the England Under-19 players who are on track to become the stars of the senior side in years to come
A shortlist of 10 contenders is announced for the BBC's Young Sports Personality of the Year 2013 award.
Olympic champion Heather Stanning aims to combine her army career with a bid to regain her place in the GB rowing team.
Ivory Coast and Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure is voted the BBC African Footballer of the Year for 2013.
British medal hope Shelley Rudman discusses her Sochi chances and the importance of teaching her daughter about frogs.
How English cricket built on the 2005 Ashes series win to inspire a new generation of youngsters to take up the game
England paceman James Anderson gives an insight into the preparation, technique and temperament needed to be a top-class bowler
Britain's Chris Froome returns to his roots in Kenya and tells BBC Sport's Tom Fordyce about learning to race in the Rift Valley
A volunteer who helps run football for homeless people and others facing social exclusion wins BBC Cymru Wales' Sports Unsung Hero award.
Wheelchair racer Samantha Kinghorn, 17, dreams of a gold medal at a home Commonwealth Games in 2014
How the power of football is being harnessed to help unemployed young people get into work and training
Heather Stanning shows sport is a key part of British military life, and it will remain so as troops withdraw from Afghanistan
Judy Murray reveals some of the games and tips that helped turn her son Andy into a future Wimbledon champion.
Top female players, coaches, broadcasters and agents meet in Manchester to discuss attitudes towards women in football
Prop Adam Jones explains how he transformed himself from an overweight no-hoper into a legend of Welsh rugby
Olympic champion Christine Ohuruogu is on a mission to inspire London's youth, the "defenders of the 2012 legacy"
British Cycling says it is on course to achieve its target of getting one million more women cycling by 2020.
BBC Sport meets the downhill mountain bike world champion whose brothers inspired her to take on the men
Ahead of her World Championships debut, British gymnast Ruby Harrold reflects on the death of her mother a decade ago
US Paralympic swimmer Mallory Weggemann - paralysed from the waist down - wants to walk again
How beating cancer inspired British table tennis player Will Bayley to claim a Paralympic silver medal at London 2012
How spirit, determination and plenty of smiles are helping swimmer Hayley Milne chase her Paralympic dream
BBC Sport's new initiative wants to inspire you to try new sports through films, features and links to events and clubs near you.
The BBC's director of sport, Barbara Slater, explains more about our new nationwide campaign to get more people into sport
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How to get into American football – a game played by people of all shapes and sizes that requires both mental and physical skills.
How to get into archery - could you hit a target the size of a beer mat from a distance of seven bus-lengths?
How to get into athletics - one of the widest ranges of choice in sport, from jumps and throws to sprints or distance running.
How to get into badminton - the world's fastest racquet sport, with shuttlecock smashes reaching speeds of more than 200mph.
How to get into baseball and softball - from batting to pitching and catching, there are all kinds of skills to learn.
How to get into basketball - a fast-moving game that will take care of up to 600 calories per hour in a fun, team atmosphere.
How to get into beach volleyball - exercise on sand can be up to 30% more strenuous than exercise on hard surfaces.
How to get into biathlon - a combination of cross-country skiing and shooting inspired by the Norwegian military.
How to get into bobsleigh - the push-start demands vast reserves of strength and pace, so don't overlook bobsleigh as a workout.
How to get into bowls - lawn bowls is a Commonwealth Games sport which offers something for all ages.
How to get into boxing - intense cardiovascular exercise from sparring in one of the Olympics' oldest sports.
How to get into canoe slalom - a test of speed, quick thinking and strength as you rush down the rapids.
How to get into canoe sprint - head-to-head racing or simply learning to paddle along a waterway near you.
How to get into climbing - time to get yourself on the up by scaling new heights.
Are you inspired by one of fiercest battles in sport, The Ashes? If so, check out our Get Inspired: Cricket page for how to get involved. You never know, it could be you playing for that urn one day.
How to get into curling - an intricate, tactical back-and-forth game to a sheet of ice, accessible to all ages.
How to get into BMX - tone those leg muscles as a competitor in a fast and thrilling sport on tracks around the UK.
How to get into mountain biking - navigating tricky climbs and gruelling descents along spectacular outdoor trails.
How to get into road cycling - our guide to a sport growing in popularity across the UK.
How to get into track cycling - battle it out at high speeds along the steep wooden banking of the velodrome.
How to get into disability sport - from archery to athletics and ice hockey to equestrian, there thousands of clubs in the UK.
How to get into diving - engage your whole body in a mid-air burst of athletic prowess from heights of up to 10m.
How to get into equestrian sport - you and your horse in activities where men and women compete on entirely equal terms.
How to get into fencing - if sword-fighting has long been an ambition of yours, this your chance to do it for real.
How to get into figure skating - if Dancing on Ice took your fancy, it's actually very easy to get into skating in the UK.
How to get into football - the most popular sport in the world, with clubs and facilities throughout the UK.
How to get into Gaelic football - one of the most popular sports in Ireland, a fast-paced game played between 30 players.
How to get into golf - from hitting a few balls on the range or a quick nine holes, to the full 18 and tournaments.
How to get into rhythmic gymnastics - athletic prowess, precision timing and poise are needed to succeed in this sport.
How to get into trampoline - hurl yourself into the air and attempt the tumbles, flips and spins of this sport.
How to get into handball - a sport which flourished under the London 2012 spotlight, with clubs around the UK.
How to get into hockey - join more than 100,000 people across the UK and choose to play outdoors or indoors.
How to get into horse racing, whether you want to work with horses at the stables or become a fully fledged jockey.
How to get into hurling - a 15-a-side game which shares some elements with lacrosse, hockey, baseball or football.
How to get into ice hockey - teams throughout the UK and a sport approximating the toughest interval training you can find.
How to get into judo - a blend of skill, strategy and strength that combines throws and holds with physical conditioning.
How to get into luge - put the UK's only luge course to good use by finding out more about hitting the slopes feet-first.
How to get into martial arts - a blend of skill, strategy and strength from karate to ju-jitsu and beyond.
How to get into modern pentathlon - a unique combination of fencing, swimming, riding, running and shooting.
How to get into motorsport - physical conditioning is vital to the wide world of bikes, karts, rallying and more.
How to get into netball - which claims to be the fastest-growing and most popular team sport for women in the world.
How to get into Nordic combined - learn this combination of ski jumping and cross-country and you'll become incredibly fit.
How to get into orienteering - An exciting outdoor adventure sport which involves walking or running, whilst navigating around a course using a detailed map and sometimes a compass.
How to get into rounders - the bat and ball sport many of us played at school and loved.
How to get into rowing - either train to win with year-round dedication or learn how to go for a gentle weekend scull.
How to get into rugby union - into the thick of the 15-player game or try rugby sevens, which will make its Olympic debut in 2016.
How to get into rugby league - a crowd-pleasing, physically demanding game with few stoppages and plenty of pace.
How to get into sailing - combat the forces of nature as a competitive sailor or learn how to get away from it all in a boat.
How to get into shinty - which shares some aspects of field hockey, and helped to inspire the invention of modern ice hockey.
How to get into shooting - choose between the three disciplines of pistol, rifle or shotgun and find your nearest club.
How to get into short-track skating - loops of the rink in four-person dashes to the line make this an invigorating sport.
How to get into skeleton - inspired by GB's Olympic success? Try going head-first down a chute of ice at motorway speeds.
How to get into skiing - a full-body workout guaranteed to get you fitter, with slopes and centres across the UK.
How to get into cross-country skiing - whether you want to casually explore or indulge in endurance competition.
How to get into freeski - the exciting X Games world of jumps and tricks as you tackle the slopes in acrobatic fashion.
How to get into ski jump - you will need dedication to pursue ski jump but it's an exciting, daredevil sport.
How to get into speed skating - a longer, more endurance-based sport than its cousin, short-track skating.
How to get into squash and racketball - long recognised as excellent workouts that you can pack into a lunch break.
How to get into snowboard - high-octane action in a sport you can take as seriously and make as complex as you like.
How to get into swimming - find your local pool and get ready for a dip with one of Britain's most popular sports.
How to get into synchro - lung-busting endurance is required alongside athleticism and artistry in the pool.
How to get into table tennis - cheap, easy to play and a great way to stay active with free tables in some UK cities.
How to get into taekwondo - a tough workout and, if you're not sure about the martial arts aspect, there are non-contact variants.
How to get into tennis - a sport on the up in the UK. Find your nearest court and learn the basics with our guide.
How to get into triathlon - this blend of swimming, cycling and running is one of the toughest tests in sport.
How to get into volleyball - fast, energetic action either outdoors and indoors with quick reactions required.
How to get into water polo - a great endurance sport, demanding real stamina to stay afloat, keep moving and remain focused.
How to get into weightlifting - more than a simple test of strength, you don't need any specific size and build to take part.
How to get into wrestling - develop your upper-body strength by trying one of the oldest sports in the world.