Having been crowned overall senior British national champion five times Chemmy Alcott knows what it takes to claim domestic bragging rights.
They might not have made the podium at this year’s World Rowing Championships but Jess Leyden believes it would be foolish to count out Britain’s women’s quad team in Rio 2016.
Pupils at a Rochdale school are setting off on their own Road to Rio journey after rubbing shoulders with some of Britain’s London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic stars.
Rising taekwondo star Josh Calland believes he is getting better all the time and is ready to take on the best in the business at this month’s World Taekwondo Grand Prix in Manchester.
It’s been a mixed year for Martin Stamper but the Liverpool taekwondo star believes he will be at his best for this month’s Manchester Grand Prix.
Home floor advantage could be key for taekwondo star Jordan Gayle who is looking to get his season back on track at Manchester’s World Taekwondo Grand Prix.
Michael Harvey says it’s been a battle to get back to his best but believes he is in a position to go for gold at this month’s World Taekwondo Grand Prix in Manchester.
Olympic champion Tim Baillie believes former partner Etienne Stott has the ability to add Canoe Slalom World Championship gold to the title he won at London 2012.
James Mitchell says Sale Sharks will be in the zone when they head to Twickenham Stoop on Friday after sealing their spot in the Singha Premiership Rugby 7s final.
Stockport’s Kate Richardson-Walsh insists England’s women will go out and express themselves as they look to claim their first ever Unibet EuroHockey Championship title at London’s Olympic Park.
Kirsty Law admits finding herself a coach is top of her to-do list after coming away from the Sainsbury’s British Championships with bronze in the discus final.