Cumbrian archer Alan Wills says he already looking forward to the next Olympics in 2016 after his early exit at London 2012.Read the full story ›
Cumbria's Alan Wills has been knocked out of the Men's individual archery competition.
The 30-year-old was beaten 6-5 by Australian Taylor Worth in the 1/32 Eliminations this afternoon.
First it was the Tour de France, and now the Olympics. When it comes to cycling everyone is hoping this will be British breakthrough year.
British success in cycling so far has seen the sport's popularity soar. Scottish Cycling has organised skill sessions to teach youngsters how to handle a racing bike. The latest was at the Everholm Running Track at Annan, in Dumfries and Galloway.
Competitive history: This will be Alan's second Olympic Games. He represented Great Britain at the 2008 Games in Beijing.
Cumbrian archer Alan Wills has been eliminated from the Olympics, as part of Great Britain's team.Read the full story ›
Cumbrian archer Alan Wills has been eliminated from the Olympics, as part of Great Britain's team. He was a member of the men's archery team, which was beaten in the first round by Ukraine, 223 - 212. He, and his two team mates, will now compete in the individual competition, which starts on Monday.
Cumbrian Olympic archery hopeful Alan Wills has begun his campaign for a medal.
Family and friends from the Beacon Archery club near Penrith have been cheering him on.