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  • Public money to fill the holes

    Public money will fill any holes in the funding for Team GB's Olympic and Paralympic teams as they prepare for Tokyo 2020.

    Thursday December 8 2016, 18:10 GMT
    Tracey Crouch MP
  • Varnish 'shocked and upset'

    Jess Varnish has said she is "shocked and upset" after learning only one of her complaints against Shane Sutton was upheld.

    Wednesday December 7 2016, 21:38 GMT
    Jess Varnish: 'Shocked and upset'
  • IOC extends Russia sanctions

    The International Olympic Committee has extended the sanctions it imposed on Russia this summer until further notice.

    Wednesday December 7 2016, 17:16 GMT
    IOC President Thomas Bach
  • Isinbayeva to take anti-doping role

    Olympic pole vault champion Yelena Isinbayeva will take charge of the supervisory board of the Russian Anti-Doping Agency.

    Wednesday December 7 2016, 16:40 GMT
    Russian pole vaulter Yelena Isinbayeva
  • KASK partnership extended

    Team Sky has extended its partnership with helmet provider KASK through to the end of the 2020 season.

    Wednesday December 7 2016, 18:20 GMT
  • Christiansen wants fun factor

    Sophie Christiansen has been questioning whether she will seek to extend her reign in Tokyo in 2020.

    Wednesday December 7 2016, 13:27 GMT
    Sophie Christiansen has been questioning whether to extend her reign in Tokyo
  • Hawkins gets London call

    Callum Hawkins has become the first British athlete to be selected for next summer's World Championships.

    Tuesday December 6 2016, 15:37 GMT
    Callum Hawkins: Selected for London
  • Renwick retires from swimming

    Former world and Commonwealth champion Robbie Renwick has announced his retirement from swimming.

    Tuesday December 6 2016, 14:17 GMT
    Robbie Renwick says he plans to focus on the development of the sport.
  • Coe gets backing for plan

    President Sebastian Coe's plan for reform for the IAAF has received overwhelming backing from member countries.

    Saturday December 3 2016, 17:50 GMT
    Sebastian Coe got strong support after the vote in Monaco
  • Yarnold misses out on medal

    Lizzy Yarnold narrowly missed out on a medal as she returned to skeleton competition on Friday night in Whistler.

    Saturday December 3 2016, 08:54 GMT
    Lizzy Yarnold was back in skeleton action at Whistler
  • Usain Bolt wins IAAF award

    Nine-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt has been named the IAAF's male athlete of the year for a sixth time.

    Friday December 2 2016, 21:10 GMT
    Usain Bolt: Hailed 'bold' Coe package before picking up award
  • Tour de Yorkshire route unveiled

    The 2017 Tour de Yorkshire will finish with the toughest stage in the race's brief history after organisers unveiled a challenging route.

    Friday December 2 2016, 20:32 GMT
    The riders will face three tough days in the third edition of the Tour de Yorkshire
  • Restructure for British Swimming

    Adam Peaty's swimming coach Mel Marshall will take up a new lead role at the national centre in Loughborough.

    Friday December 2 2016, 17:22 GMT
    Adam Peaty celebrates winning gold in Rio
  • UK Athletics accused of 'cover up'

    UK Athletics has been accused of a "cover-up" after it failed to properly deal with an allegation of sexual abuse by a coach.

    Friday December 2 2016, 14:15 GMT
  • Yarnold set for skeleton return

    Lizzy Yarnold will make her return to skeleton when she competes at the opening World Cup of the new season.

    Friday December 2 2016, 10:47 GMT
    Lizzy Yarnold will be back in competitive action this weekend
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