Olympic medalist Bryony Page says rediscovering her self belief was key to winning silver at the Rio Olympics.Read the full story ›
Bolton cyclist Jason Kenny has arrived home after his Olympic gold medal success in Rio, and says he wants spend the rest of his life in Manchester.
His fiancee Laura Trott became the first British woman to win four Olympic gold medals, and Jason Kenny equaled Sir Chris Hoy's British record of six.
Team GB's gold medal-winning hockey captain from Manchester led the nation's record-breaking team out at the Rio Olympics closing ceremony.Read the full story ›
Team GB surpassed London 2012's medal tally of 65 as the women's 4x400m relay team won bronze.Read the full story ›
The 24-year-old came third in the +67kg category after beating Morocco's Wiam Dislam 7-1 in Rio on Saturday.Read the full story ›
The homecoming parade to celebrate the success of Team GB's Olympic and Paralympic athletes will take place in Manchester.
The Prime Minister Theresa May said it will be a celebration "fit for heroes."
So far, Team GB has secured 24 gold medals at the Games in Rio - bringing the medal haul to 58 in what has been a highly successful campaign.
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Team GB women's hockey captain Kate Richardson-Walsh, from Manchester, says the city will be packed out for the Olympic-Paralympic homecoming parade in October.
The parade was announced on Saturday by the Prime Minister Theresa May who said it will be a celebration "fit for heroes".
North West MP Andy Burnham has commended the government's decision to hold an Olympic and Paralympic homecoming parade in Manchester.
The Leigh MP said holding the parade in the north would make it a "truly national event."
Three North West hockey players are guaranteed a place on the podium in Rio later as they take part in the women's field hockey final.Read the full story ›