Essex runner Andrew Osagie has lost his National Lottery funding for next season.Read the full story ›
Milton Keynes long jumper Greg Rutherford's Olympic disappointment has hit a new low out in Rio - after his mobile phone was stolen.
The athlete won the bronze medal in the long jump final in the early hours of Sunday morning but was unhappy with his performance saying his "best isn't good enough".
But just a couple of hours later he was struck another blow - when his phone was stolen.
The world, European and Commonwealth champion said it meant he had lost lots of photos and videos of his son Milo.
The ultimate downer from this champs is having my phone stolen. Just for the pics and videos of milo
Milton Keynes athlete Greg Rutherford says he is "really disappointed" after having to settle for bronze at Rio 2016.Read the full story ›
Jonnie Peacock is hoping to add to his ever-growing haul of medals when he competes at the European Paralympics Championships.Read the full story ›
Two very proud parents in Norwich have been celebrating today after their son won the men's 100m at the European Athletics Championships.Read the full story ›
Essex runner Jessica Judd is on course for a second major championship final of the summer.
Judd, who finished fourth in the 800m at the Commonwealth Games last month, qualified in third place in her heat at the European Championships in Zurich this morning.
The 19-year old will run in tomorrow's semi-final. She is hoping to qualify for the final on Saturday.
Corby hurdler Will Sharman is on course for a second major championship medal of the summer.
Sharman, who won silver at the Commonwealth Games last month, finished first in his 110m hurdles heat at the European Championships in Zurich this morning.
His time of 13.29 seconds was the joint fastest in the four heats.
The semi-finals and final take place tomorrow.
Newmarket javelin thrower Goldie Sayers says she's honoured to have been named as Team GB captain for next week's European Championships in Zurich.
The former Ely school pupil has struggled with a serious elbow injury since the Olympics two years ago, but made her competitive comeback recently in the Commonwealth Games.
“Having had a fairly nightmarish past 18 months - and not knowing whether I'd ever throw or compete again - getting back into the GB vest alone has been incredible.
To say captaincy is an added bonus, is a massive understatement."
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Cambridgeshire's Robbie Grabarz has failed to repeat his Olympic success and win a medal in the men's high jump final at the World Athletics Championships in Moscow.
The Olympic bronze medallist from St Neots qualified with the joint best height - 2.29 metres.
It was a height he equalled on Thursday but Grabarz couldn't clear the next mark up - 2.32 metres. It was three failures and out leaving him in 8th place.