The chair of a review into allegations of sexism and bullying at British Cycling has denied suggestions that the long-awaited report has been whitewashed.
British Cycling, former technical director.. City A.M.
Mark Cuthbert/UK Press via Getty Images The royals really do know how to stay in touch with their people. Because Prince Harry, Prince William, and Kate Middleton went to the London Marathon, and they.. Source: Hello Giggles -
With 56 medals already in Rio, Team GB's Olympic athletes have been enjoying their most successful ever Games on foreign soil. But how much of that is down to hard work and how much is down to hard.. Source: Reuters Studio -
Over the last four years, the United Kingdom has managed to invest over $450 million in the star athletes who came to Rio this month. For that investment, they set a target of bringing home 48 medals,.. Source: Wochit News -
Linklater’s followup to Boyhood is an 80s-set college comedy about a bunch of guys on baseball scholarships. Here he explains what sports meant to him as a teenager, and how he never meant it to be.. Source: The Guardian Studio -
A new £40m Sports Village on the University of Nottingham campus has officially opened.Alumni sports stars of the university were on hand to help celebrate the unveiling of the David Ross Sports.. Nottingham Post
UK Sport is facing renewed scrutiny of its commitment to athlete welfare after questions were raised over its treatment of complaints about GB Taekwondo.
Medical staff working with GB Taekwondo.. City A.M.
Lewis Hamilton may have been pipped to the prime position on Formula One Championship podium last year, but he has returned to the top of the UK's sports rich list.
Despite finishing second to.. City A.M.
Divock Origi believes he would be a good wide receiver if he were to make the move from ‘soccer’ to American football, while hailing Jordan Henderson and Philippe Coutinho as Liverpool’s.. Football FanCast
ROLLER derby may be the UK's fastest growing sport but very few actually know what it is, and even fewer have ever seen a live game – but with the Men's British Championships rolling into town this.. Grimsby Telegraph
The pioneer of the UK disabled strongman movement thinks the sport can continue to grow in Britain as he returns from competing in an American event. Gary Clarke, from Ilminster, believes the sport can.. Shepton Mallet Journal Also reported by •Cheddar Valley Gazette