This time last year, British triathlete Georgia Taylor-Brown was preparing for a trip to Australia for warm weather training ahead
Chris Hoy has tipped Laura Kenny to take his title of Britain’s most decorated Olympian in Tokyo.
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.
From student spinning to the Track Cycling World Championships, Manchester is quite simply where it all started for Alice Sharpe.
The Olympic buzz came roaring back for Laura Kenny after bagging double TISSOT UCI Track World Cup gold on her return to London.
Matt Walls could scarcely believe what he had achieved after stepping onto the top of the podium to receive his omnium gold medal, completing a remarkable full set for the youngster at the TISSOT UCI Track World Cup in London.
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.
Tokyo 2020 Olympics rowing berth the ‘golden egg at the end of the long road’ for Stockport-raised Bugajski
When rower Josh Bugajski glances to the crowd with 150 metres to go in a race he looks for his inspiration, his guiding light, his mother Pat.
We recently caught up with Sandicliffe Nissan ambassador Liam Phillips to find out how the BMX ace is faring now the dust has settled on Rio 2016.
‘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.
Sailing World Cup: Macclesfield’s Hanson hungry for Tokyo 2020 berth after ‘awesome’ Weymouth silver
Elliot Hanson surprised even himself by clinching silver at the Sailing World Cup in Weymouth but now has his eyes firmly on the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games after proving he can hold his own against the world’s best.