The fastest man on the planet has targeted his retirement and hopes he's still at the top.
Turkish windsurfer to work with former vice-president
U.K. businesses in close proximity to 2012's Olympic Games have given a damning verdict on the economic impact of the Games, branding them "rubbish" and "worthless".
A round up of the latest stories from across the world of sport.
South African police have arrested star sprinter Oscar Pistorius for allegedly shooting dead his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp at his home in Pretoria.
The American wrestling community has reacted with dismay to the news that the International Olympic Committee has voted to remove the sport from the summer Olympic Games in 2020.
Rory McIlroy has floated the possibility of not playing in the 2016 Olympic Games, so as to avoid conflict over which country he chooses to represent.
They call Neil Black "the wolf", a reference to the character who disposes of dead bodies played by Harvey Keitel in Pulp Fiction, and it is under his watch as the newly appointed performance director that athletics in the UK will move forward to Rio 2016 and beyond.
The generation of a sporting legacy was a principal condition of London 2012’s bid and following the success of the Games, can this ‘Legacy’ really be realised?
A Brazilian and a Spaniard linked with Arsenal, plus a Liverpool striker feature in our Olympic predictions.
Jo Pavey’s hopes of becoming the first British female track athlete to compete in five Olympic Games were given a dramatic kiss of life on Wednesday night as she cut through the field with a late charge to finish fifth in the 10,000 metres European Championships final in the Olympic Stadium here.
Perhaps golf can cling to the notion of there being no such thing as bad publicity. For a sport supposedly, if erroneously, the sole domain of gin drinkers and those with mild manners, its recent propensity to mingle with controversy has been quite staggering.
You'll need to keep your drinks cabinet fully stocked for this one!
Rebecca Adlington, the four-times Olympic medallist, says Britain’s swimmers will not be put off by the Zika virus as they prepare for the Rio Olympics, despite growing concern over its potential impact.
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If ever there was an athlete to put a smile on a nation’s face, it surely was Nicola Adams. But the most effervescent member of the Great Britain Olympic squad had to bite down hard on her gumshield here on Tuesday to secure at least a bronze with a one-fight passage through to the semi-finals.
Charlotte Dujardin retained her individual grand prix dressage medal at Rio’s Olympic equestrian centre with a stunning round on Valegro. Her winning score of 93.857 was the third highest of all time, beaten only by herself. Still, though, a high‑quality competition boiled down a thrilling last ditch finish in the baking Rio sun.
The divers had to plunge into a green pool; the windsurfers were advised to keep their mouths shut in dirty Guanabara Bay. Everyone was at least a tiddly bit worried about Zika. To the list of indignities facing Olympic athletes we can now add: falling ash.