If you’d told Libby Clegg she’d be competing in a World Championship semi-final seven months after giving birth, she would never have believed you.
Tokyo 2020 Paralympics: Wheelchair basketball star Laurie Williams demands more opportunities for sporty disabled people
Wheelchair basketball star Laurie Williams hopes success in Tokyo can help to inspire a new generation of females to get involved in her sport.
Powered by the memory of his late father, Paralympic gold medallist Mikey Jones is determined to be a role model figure for the younger British swimmers coming through.
#sherows: Double Olympic champ Glover underlines benefits of a healthy life in new British Rowing campaign
No one knows more about the health benefits of rowing than double Olympic champion Helen Glover – and now the star is encouraging other women to follow her lead.
‘You’re doing great’: New mother Glover wishes she could shout encouragement to every mum in the street
Her priorities may have changed since becoming a mum for the first time, but Helen Glover admits her competitive instinct means she has not closed the door on Tokyo 2020 just yet.
Holly Bradshaw had to dig deep to rediscover her love for pole vaulting but the fire is now burning bright inside the 26-year-old who is confident of getting back to her best.
European Taekwondo Championships: Snapped legs trauma behind her, comeback Queen Walkden says she’d ‘die’ for her sport
Great British two-time taekwondo World Champion Bianca Walkden says she would “die for the sport” ahead of the May 10-13 European Championships in Kazan, Russia.
INTERVIEW: Jade Jones chats European taekwondo title defence, Tokyo 2020, Celebs Go Dating and eating beans
Double Olympic taekwondo champion Jade Jones says she is more motivated than ever to achieve triple Olympic success despite recent appearances on reality shows Celebs Go Dating and The Jump.
The modern-day ice bath… cryotherapy revolution comes to North West as Man City pioneer bracing sports recovery solution
With temperatures dipping below -5°C across the North West already this month, a hardy bunch of footballers, athletes and members of the public have been exposing themselves to extreme colds of up to -150°C in an effort to improve performance and recovery.
The best track cyclists in the world return to Manchester next month as the TISSOT UCI Track World Cup makes a long-awaited return to the National Cycling Centre.
With two Olympic gold medals around your neck it would be easy to relax into retirement or at the most keep doing what you’ve done in the hope of bagging a golden hat-trick at Tokyo 2020.