London 2012's legacy continues as the world's diving elite will return to the iconic London Aquatics Centre on 1-3 May 2015 for the FINA/NVC Diving World Series.
This mass participation initiative has been launched by the London 2012 legacy project 'Get Set.' The aim is to encourage 5-19 year olds to work together in teams to take on the challenge of Running, walking, skipping, hopping or travelling any…
"No regrets" 39 –year old, 4-time Olympian and London 2012 gold medallist, Katherine Grainger isn't letting go of her competitive streak just yet! After 3 consecutive silver Olympic Medals, Katherine Grainger rowed to victory with partner…
British Basketball secures increased funding
Former British Sports Minister Richard Caborn has unveiled plans for the construction of a £50 million Olympic Legacy Park in Sheffield.
UK Sport, the British Army and the English Institute of Sport have joined forces to launch a ground breaking talent programme aimed at identifying future Olympic medalists from within the ranks.
UK Sport CEO Liz Nicholl says that the success of British athletes at elite level is vital because it can help inspire more people to participate in sport at community level.
Mark England, the Team GB Chef de Mission for the Baku 2015 European Games and Rio 2016 Olympic Games, says that British Olympic success can play a major role in inspiring sports participation at community level.
Team GB produced a record breaking performance at the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games by securing an impressive 24 medals in China as they secured seven gold, six silver and eleven bronze medals.
The Prime Minister's Olympic and Paralympic Legacy Ambassador Lord Sebastian Coe said he is pleased with how the legacy story is progressing two years on from the London 2012 Games but warned that there is still lots more to do.