Olympic bronze medallist Tom Daley hopes a new diving academy bearing his name will help unearth future stars.
Olympic silver medallist Zara Phillips says she is targeting gold at the 2016 Games after becoming a mother in January.
A new sailing school is being set up at the London 2012 sailing venue in memory of Olympic sailor Andrew Simpson.
Francesca Halsall says the Rio 2016 Olympics remains her priority as she prepares for this week's British Championships.
Sir Steve Redgrave predicts Team GB will eclipse London 2012 to set a new medal record at the Rio Olympics in 2016.
Weightlifting has its UK Sport funding restored after a successful appeal, but cuts for six other sports stand.
US researchers develop a new performance-enhancing drugs test they say is much more sensitive than current tests.
Hosts Russia finish top of the medal table and Britain equals its best performance as Sochi 2014 comes to an end.
Mike Hay, GB's chef de mission at the 2014 Winter Olympics, rejects accusations that sports at the Games are elitist.
Tennis legend Billie-Jean King urges the International Olympic Committee to assess equal opportunity policies of future venues
The International Olympic Committee says it is outsmarting potential drug cheats at the Sochi Winter Olympics.
Britain's double Olympic silver medal-winning sailor Joe Glanfield announces his retirement, ending plans for the 2016 Games.
A ban on India's Olympic Association (IOA) is lifted, allowing the country to return to the Olympic fold, IOC spokesman Mark Adams says.
British Swimming intends to appeal UK Sport's withdrawal of funding from synchronised swimming and water polo.
Basketball, synchronised swimming, water polo and weightlifting have their Olympic funding withdrawn by UK Sport.
New World Anti-Doping Agency president Sir Craig Reedie admits doping in Olympic sport is "a problem".
Five-time Olympic champion Ian Thorpe is treated for depression after being found behaving oddly by Australian police.
British Olympic gold medallist Zac Purchase, who also won silver in London, announces his retirement.
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