From standing guard outside Buckingham Palace to helping set a world speed record, British bobsleigh pilot Lamin Deen is a man who relishes responsibility.
This is one NOT to be missed as Team GB’s women curlers take on Sweden for a place in the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics final.
After a fine start to day 12 for Team GB following success in the women’s curling and Billy Morgan’s big air final qualification, follow our bobsleigh girls in action later on as they look to make history.
Vancouver Winter Olympics skeleton gold medallist Amy Williams has tipped Lizzy Yarnold to become the first British athlete to retain an Olympic title by winning skeleton gold in PyeongChang this month.
PyeongChang 2018: Britain’s ‘cut-throat’ attitude could bring more Olympic medal success, says 2010 skeleton champion Williams
British Olympic Champion Amy Williams has described Team GB’s funding situation as ‘cut-throat’ ahead of the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.
Licence to Chill: Older (but not necessarily wiser) Ben Kilner expects Team GB success in Pyeongchang 2018
Winter Olympians in the UK have come a long way since snowboarder Ben Kilner became the first British World Cup men’s halfpipe bronze medallist in 2010.
‘Not enough people know about our sport’: Manchester taekwondo stars on the hunt for future Olympians
Olympic taekwondo stars Bianca Walkden and Aaron Cook are hoping that community events might uncover a future gold-medal winner as the city of Manchester bids for the 2019 world championships.
‘Backing the Best’: Royton’s England water polo athlete of 2015 targeting Tokyo 2020 Olympics thanks to SportsAid
Like many young athletes up and down the country, Royton water polo sensation Dylan Green has overcome his fair share of trials and tribulations.
The parade will start from the Museum of Science and Industry and enter the Liverpool Road junction of Deansgate around 4:30pm where it will then continue for an hour before finally finishing at Albert Square.
Laura Trott insists Olympic champion Katie Archibald will put on a show this weekend as she helps kick off the new-look Revolution Series in style.
Team GB track cycling king Kenny talks Jonathan Ross and down time ahead of Manchester Revolution Series
Jason Kenny was unstoppable at Rio 2016 but the six-time Olympic champion admits he isn’t sure yet if he will strut his stuff at next year’s World Championships.