London has been named the host city for the 2017 Paralympic Athletics World Championships, which will be held in the Olympic Stadium one month before the World Athletics Championships.
To mark nine years of a successful Aviva ‘On Camp with Kelly’, a special event was hosted this past weekend in London: A Celebration of Success.
UK Sport has announced that £347 million funding will be made available as part of the Olympic’s funding programme in the four year cycle to Rio 2016.
Jessica Ennis has been nominated for yet another award following her golden performance at the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Watch our video interview with Team GB rowers plus the first public performance of I Wish For You The World, by the Games Maker Choir with Alistair Griffin – it’s pretty special!
Last month boxing star Amanda Coulson announced she’s hanging up the gloves for good to concentrate on her role as a coach and an Athlete Mentor for Sky Sports Living for Sport.
Another big step for women in sport came this morning with UK Athletics appointing Paula Dunn as their new Paralympic Head Coach; the first time the governing body has recruited a woman for a head coach role.
Jessica Ennis’s coach Antonio ‘Toni’ Minichiello, who helped train her to Olympic heptathlon gold in London, was last night honoured as Coach of the Year at the UK Coaching Awards.
Gabby White is to renew her on-court partnership with fiance Chris Adcock following a number of changes to the GB Badminton mixed doubles programme.
Could you be the next Jade Jones? GB Taekwondo certainly hope so as they have launched the first post-London 2012 talent ID campaign to find Rio 2016 Olympians.