October 23 2014 Latest news:
Sports Scholar Adam strikes silver
Londoner Adam Gemili would love nothing more than to break the 10-second barrier in front of a British crowd at Glasgow.
Londoner Mo Farah has pulled out of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow due to illness.
Chris Zah honoured at British Athletics Championships
Seventeen-year-old Havering AC discus thrower Georgie Taylor is full of excitement heading into tomorrow’s British Championships in Birmingham tomorrow, but for the youngster it was almost a missed opportunity.
Triple joy for east London sports scholars
Newham & Essex Beagles hurdler gets the call for Glasgow
Ditch your Friday night pint for charity event
Mo Farah finished in eighth place in his debut London Marathon as Wilson Kipsang claimed victory on the streets of the capital.
When Mo Farah lines walks to the start line of the London Marathon this Sunday, the double Olympic champion will be looking to make his debut in such a distance a victorious run.
Olympic hero Mo Farah is eager to break the British record when he makes his first ever competitive appearance in the London Marathon on Sunday.
As we prepare to cheer on Mo Farah in this weekend’s London Marathon, we remind ourselves what’s made Britain’s greatest athlete a true national treasure...
James Dasaolu has been advised to abandon his hopes of a first global medal at next month’s World Indoor Championships after suffering an injury scare on Saturday.
Woodford Green 400m runner Dan Awde went into National Indoor Championships at Sheffield with no expectations whatsoever – but came out with a bronze medal to show for his hard work.
Promoter Eddie Hearn is confident James DeGale will be back fighting at Wembley Stadium next summer if he can come through the challenges ahead of him between now and next June.
James Anderson had the best response to Kevin Pietersen’s autobiography in saying that it was ‘sad’.
England have confirmed that Chris Robshaw will remain captain for next month’s autumn internationals at Twickenham.
The London Lions are the only professional basketball team in the capital, based at the state-of-the-art Copper Box Arena in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.