Irish Scholars look forward
Sky Sports Scholars Mark Rohan and Katie Taylor discuss their future after the Olympics.
Wed November 7 2012
More London 2012 Videos
Tue April 29 2014
Rio 2016 preparations 'worst ever'
International Olympic Committee vice president John Coates has described Brazil's preparations for the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Games as the worst he has ever seen.
Tue February 25 2014
Christie - I never got my chance
Team GB's Elise Christie said she was devastated she never got her chance after being penalised in an event for a third time in the Sochi Games.
Wed February 12 2014
High expectations for women's skeleton
Team GB's women's skeleton sliders begin their Olympic campaign tomorrow, with high expectations bearing down on their shoulders.
Thu February 6 2014
Keshavan competes alone
Olympic luge athlete Shiva Keshavan talks of how he got into the sport through throwing himself down Indian streets and tells us of his disappointment of not being able to represent his country.
Fri January 24 2014
High hopes for Team GB's Curling Team
Team GB Women's Curling Coach Rona Martin has high hopes for Sochi.
Fri January 17 2014
WTS? - The impact of parenthood
What's the Story? discusses Jessica Ennis-Hill's pregnancy and the positive impact parenthood can have on both sportswomen's and sportsman's careers.
Thu December 12 2013
Sports participation starting to level off
Sport England have just released their latest figures on sport participation and it has shown that they have started to level off over a year after the Olympic games
Sat November 9 2013
Game Changers - Steve Frew
Commonwealth gold medallist Steve Frew demonstrates his skills on the rings in the Game Changers studio.
Sat August 31 2013
Heptathlon Masterclass - coming soon
Make sure you tune in to Game Changers for Jessica Ennis-Hill's Heptathlon Masterclass.
Fri August 30 2013
Untraditional Sports Day
Creative pupils have decided to stage an untraditional sports day to get the school taking part in different sports.
Sat August 17 2013
Farah sets sights on 1500m
Mo Farah says he thinks he can break the 1500m world record, after winning double gold at the World Championships in Moscow
Tue September 10 2013
Game Changers - Louis Smith
Louis Smith takes questions from the Game Changers studio audience and faces Change Your Aim
Thu August 8 2013
Doping set to dominate agenda
Following two high profile incidents recently, doping is going to be a big issue at the World Championships but Russian officials claim there's nothing to worry about.
Tue July 30 2013
Wells wants Farah v Bolt race
British Olympic champion Allan Wells has joined the calls for Usain Bolt and Mo Farah to follow through on their plan to race each other.
Sat July 27 2013
Bolt wins despite poor start
Usain Bolt reckons he's got plenty of work to do ahead of the World Championships in Moscow in two weeks' time. That's despite clocking a season's best of 9.85 seconds to win the 100 metres on his return to London for the Anniversary Games.
Wed July 24 2013
No London legacy for basketball?
Sky Sports News looks to see if the London 2012 Olympics have left any grassroots legacy in the capital?
Mon July 15 2013
Sad and disappointing - Bailey
Donovan Bailey says it's sad and disappointing that two of the biggest names in athletics have tested positive for banned substances.
Mon July 15 2013
Lewis "angry and disappointed" by drugs revelations
Denise Lewis spoke to Sky Sports News after Tyson Gay and Asafa Powell tested positive for banned substances.
Wed May 29 2013
Wakeboarding in Olympic contention
The IOC will meet in St Petersburg to consider 8 sports who are all trying to become Olympics sports in 2020. Wakeboarding is one of those trying to make the cut.
Thu April 18 2013
Sir Chris Hoy retires
Sir Chris Hoy, the six-time Olympic gold medal-winner, has retired from track cycling.
Thu April 4 2013
From discus to NFL?
British discus thrower Lawrence Okoye speaks about his attempts to join a side in the NFL as a defensive end.
Tue March 12 2013
Redevelopment pleases Minichello
The Don Valley stadium, where Jessica Ennis trains, will be demolished as part of council budget cuts. There are plans to redevelop the site though and Ennis' coach Toni Minichello has praised the plans.
Fri February 22 2013
Pistorius released on bail
Geraint Hughes summaries the conditions of Oscar Pistorius bail release.
Tue February 19 2013
Oscar Pistorius has given his version of events into the fatal shooting of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. The athlete broke down repeatedly in court on the first day of his bail hearing - which has been adjourned until 7 o'clock tomorrow morning.
Tue February 5 2013
Adlington finishes on a high
Avoiding the term "retired", Great Britain's most successful swimmer Rebecca Adlington has given a press conference today admitting that it feels like a natural time to end her competitive swimming career.
Fri January 18 2013
Waterfield gets funding cut
Olympic diver Pete Waterfield joined Sky Sports News on the line after discovering that his funding was being cut.
Wed January 9 2013
Jones under pressure
After winning gold at London 2012, Olympic champion Jade Jones admits she will be under more pressure than ever to succeed at this year's World Championships.
Sat December 29 2012
Tanner delighted with knighthood
British Rowing's Performance Director David Tanner has been awarded a knighthood. Tanner led Team GB to the most successful ever Olympics winning nine medals, including four gold, beating the previous record of six medals won by a single nation.
Sat December 29 2012
Ennis appointed CBE
Jessica Ennis has been appointed CBE in this New Year's Honours list. The 26 year-old won gold in the heptathlon at the London Olympics and says she feels like 2012 has been a dream.
Thu December 27 2012
Swimming success - Ruta Meilutyte
One of the biggest disappointments for Team GB at London 2012 came in the aquatics centre with just one silver and two bronze medals. Despite the lack of gold there is at least one success Britain can share - 15 year old Lithuanian Ruta Meilutyte.
Wed December 26 2012
Ainslie sets sights on America's Cup
Ben Ainslie has decided that his next challenge won't be the Rio Olympics, but bringing the America's Cup back to UK shores.
Tue December 25 2012
Greatest Sporting Year - Paralympic success
The panel discuss the success of the Paralympics in the summer.
Thu December 13 2012
Team GB still singing
The 2012 games choir look to finish off the year with a song.
Thu December 6 2012
Olympics spark sports growth
Sport England's Chief Executive Jennie Price speaks about the increase in sport participation over the last six months.
Sun December 9 2012
West Ham announced as preferred bidders
West Ham have taken a major step towards a move to Stratford after being named the preferred bidder for the Olympic Stadium.
Tue November 27 2012
Ainslie quits Olympics
Four time Olympic champion Ben Ainslie won't compete in the 2016 games in Rio. Ainslie will now concentrate on the America's Cup, where he'll compete for JP Morgan British American Racing.
Tue November 20 2012
Security fears for Rio chiefs
Officials in Brazil are fighting a battle against time to defeat the country's drug lords and make it safe for travelling sports fans ahead of the 2014 World Cup and 2016 Olympic Games.
Mon November 19 2012
Work behind schedule
Orla Chennaoui reports that building work is behind schedule ahead of the Football World Cup and Olympics in Brazil.
Mon November 19 2012
On the road to Rio
If your planning to make the trip to Rio for the Olympic games in 2016 - we've been finding out what you can expect.
Wed November 7 2012
Coe elected BOA Chairman
Lord Coe says he is honoured to have been elected as the BOA chairman.