Tokyo Olympics: England and Manchester City goalkeeper Karen Bardsley withdraws from Team GB squad

England and Manchester City goalkeeper Karen Bardsley withdraws from Team GB squad after picking up a ‘devastatingly cruel’ hamstring injury while on loan with OL Reign By Kathryn Batte For Mailonline Published: 16:55 BST, 12 June 2021 | Updated: 16:55 BST, 12 June 2021 England goalkeeper Karen Barsley has been forced to withdraw from the … Read more

Steph Houghton’s 10 stars to watch at the European Championships

The European Championships has often given talented players the opportunity to shine on the big stage, and there are high expectations of a number of stars heading into Euro 2020 this summer. In England, there are hopes that the likes of Phil Foden, Jack Grealish and Mason Mount can steal the show like Paul Gascoigne … Read more

Helen Glover is step closer to being first British rower to compete at Olympics after having child

Women’s single sculls (W1x) Victoria Thornley (Club: Leander Club / Hometown: Wrexham) Coach: Paul Reedy Women’s pair (W2-) Helen Glover (Marlow RC / Penzance) Polly Swann (Univ. of Edinburgh & Leander Club / Edinburgh) Coach: Hamish Burrell Lightweight women’s double sculls (LW2x) Emily Craig (University of London BC / Mark Cross) Imogen Grant (Cambridge Univ. … Read more

Alistair Brownlee’s Tokyo bid dashed after disqualification in Leeds triathlon

Alistair Brownlee’s Tokyo bid dashed after the two time Olympic champion is disqualified for pushing rival under the water during swimming leg of triathlon in his home city of Leeds as Britain’s Alex Yee takes victory By Riath Al-Samarrai for the Daily Mail Published: 22:31 BST, 6 June 2021 | Updated: 00:16 BST, 7 June … Read more

Tokyo Olympics: Colin Jackson on Mo Farah, Dina Asher-Smith and Team GB hopes in athletics  

In a stellar career, Colin Jackson won an Olympic silver medal, two World Championship golds, two Commonwealth golds and four European Championship golds in the 110metre hurdles. His world record of 12.91 seconds in the discipline stood for over 10 years and it remains the British and European best almost three decades after it was … Read more

Jessica Ennis-Hill’s former Olympic gold-winning coach Toni Minichiello suspended by UK Athletics

Jessica Ennis-Hill’s former Olympic gold-winning coach Toni Minichiello ‘suspended by UK Athletics pending a disciplinary investigation’ By David Coverdale and Danny Gallagher For Mailonline Published: 16:23 BST, 2 June 2021 | Updated: 17:00 BST, 2 June 2021 Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill’s former coach Toni Minichiello has been suspended by UK Athletics following a number of complaints. The … Read more

Tom Daley will compete in his fourth Olympic Games after being selected for Team GB’s diving squad

Tom Daley will compete in his fourth Olympic Games after being selected for Team GB’s 12-person diving squad as he searches for his first gold medal after winning bronze in 2012 and 2016 By David Coverdale For Mailonline Published: 11:00 BST, 2 June 2021 | Updated: 11:17 BST, 2 June 2021 Tom Daley will get … Read more

Double Olympic champion Jade Jones heads up Team GB’s taekwondo team for Tokyo

Double Olympic champion Jade Jones heads up Team GB’s taekwondo team for Tokyo – but two-time medal winner Lutalo Muhammad faces more agony over the Games after missing out Team GB have revealed their five-strong taekwondo team for the Tokyo Games Double Olympic champion Jade Jones heads up the talented group this year Bianca Walkden and Lauren … Read more

Team GB’s Adam Gemili intending to take the knee if he wins an Olympic medal in Tokyo

‘All hell would break loose’: Team GB’s Adam Gemili insists IOC will be in for a rude awakening if they sanction athletes who support the Black Lives Matter movement at the Olympics… and he admits he intends to take the knee if he wins a medal By Riath Al-Samarrai for the Daily Mail Published: 22:30 … Read more

Britain’s Max Burgin clocks the fastest 800m time in the world this year

British middle-distance prodigy Max Burgin clocks the fastest 800m time in the world this year as the teenager produces stunning run in Czech Republic a day before his 19th birthday Max Burgin ran the fastest 800m time in the world this year on WednesdayThe British prodigy easily won in Czech Republic, crossing over in just … Read more

Tokyo Olympics: Team GB climber Shauna Coxsey on preparing for her debut Games from her basement

Britain’s most successful climber Shauna Coxsey can scale a wall quicker than most people can run – and now she’s ready to race towards gold at the Olympics. Having fallen in love with bouldering at just four years old, Coxsey has dominated the sport for the past decade and established herself as one of GB’s … Read more

Tokyo 2020: Sir Mo Farah to earn spot in Team GB squad in 10,000m trial next month

Sir Mo Farah to earn spot in Team GB’s Tokyo squad by competing in 10,000m trial in Birmingham next month as four-time Olympic champion returns to race format for first time since 2017 Sir Mo Farah will race for his spot in Team GB’s Tokyo 2020 squad next monthThe four-time Olympic champion will feature at … Read more

Becky Downie’s hopes of making Team GB’s team for Tokyo Olympics take hit in row over equipment

Becky Downie’s Olympics hopes suffer blow following row with British Gymnastics over the equipment being used at selection trials with fears athlete is being ‘sabotaged’ after speaking out on abuse in the sport Becky Downie’s hopes of making Team GB for Tokyo Olympics taken a big hitRow over equipment to be used at the final … Read more