The Team GB 1500m specialist has used this time to train and catch up with friends, but knows it can be valuable preparation for the Olympic Games in Tokyo next year.
Working out on social media, channelling positive energy and dying her hair: Bryony Page on life in lockdown
As with many other Olympians, Page’s training regime is effectively curtailed. She cannot use a trampoline, which as a trampolinist, is somewhat essential for practice.
‘Embrace your period’: Synchronised swimmers tell of tampon ‘nightmares’ as they urge girls to unite
Womens’ fear of taking part in sport while menstruating begins in teenage years. Research by ‘Betty for School’, who aim to create a generation at ease with discussing periods, found that 46% of women used their periods as an excuse to skip PE classes. Alice Reeves-Turner found out more…
The EIHL have made the decision to cancel the remainder of the Elite League season after two teams reported having players in self-isolation.
Next stop the Olympics for Team GB basketball, says England’s Commonwealth Games silver medallist Fong
Twelve months down the line and Commonwealth silver still hasn’t sunk in for Nicolette Fong.
Great Britain’s best paracyclists dominated last weekend’s Paracycling International in Manchester as the countdown to Tokyo 2020 begins, and as Head of British Paracycling Jon Pett told MM, key preparation events like this would not be possible without the support of the National Lottery and the Exchequer.
She may have three European Championships gold medals and two British records to her name, but Dina Asher-Smith insists she’s not getting ahead of herself just yet.
Team GB have won the international Foosball World Series after knocking out Germany… on penalties!
‘Shackles off’, Chorley ski star Dave Ryding anticipates successful British National Alpine Ski Championships
The shackles are off for Olympian Dave Ryding as he prepares for another Delancey British National Alpine Ski Championships with a ninth-place finish in the Olympics already secured.
For many, 4am on February 20 this year will not mean very much. For Peter Speight however it was the moment he achieved his life-time ambition: to become an Olympian.
From standing guard outside Buckingham Palace to helping set a world speed record, British bobsleigh pilot Lamin Deen is a man who relishes responsibility.