A year on from the 2012 Olympics, a return to London and a return of the nerves, but for very different reasons
A year on from the Olympics, Team GB athlete Peter Bakare returns to London to attend a Garden Party at Buckingham Palace…
I’m hyped, I’m excited and I’m in my Team GB gear. The national anthem is being played and I have my team mates around me, what more can you expect from normal game day [...]
Anthony Knockaert’s dive in the box, followed by his penalty miss and Watford’s late winner, smacked of a beautiful natural justice.
After Britain’s resounding success at the Summer Olympics, commentators confidently predicted a huge surge in sports participation in the UK. It seems this might have been a bit premature.
A boy from Afghanistan born without arms has revealed his desire to one day compete in the Olympics.
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George Arnett gives a rundown of the top viral videos of this year.
Only one in 10 said the news about the UK coming out of recession made them feel more positive about the UK economy. Two thirds predict it will get worse still in 2013
When Claire Lomas, who is paralysed from the chest down, finished the London Marathon in a robotic suit in the spring, she was universally hailed as the Bionic Woman. She tells me that she knew the challenge was going to be a massive one, and that the achievement, if she managed it, would be a first.
It’s a week since I took part in the heroes’ parade and I can safely say it was the most astonishing thing I’ve ever experienced.
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