There is less than a year to go until the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, and Liam MacDevitt from Berkshire is sprinting into the spotlight.
The 20-year-old runner who lives in Reading is already attracting national attention. He hopes to qualify for Team GB next year. Mel Bloor joined him during a training session.
Liam's sports physio, Grant Bullion, was also interviewed.
The champion athlete Paula Radcliffe wants to encourage more women to take up running.
The marathon star will be in Portsmouth later today to launch a campaign ahead of this October's Great South Run.
Twenty five thousand people will running past Portsmouth's famous landmarks this Sunday - competing in the 25th Great South Run. Joining the amateurs - a very special young man, raising money for the charity that kept his family together. Sean Gonzalez-Lambert is on the autistic spectrum, his identical twin brothers have Downs Syndrome and the charity has helped them all. Kerry Swain takes up the story.
Adam Gemili from Dartford has stormed to gold in the 200m at the European Championships in Zurich.19.98sec The 20-year-old former footballer won in 19.98 seconds - running in sub-20 seconds for the second time in his career. His winning time was the fastest in Europe this year
Dartford sprinter Adam Gemili is one of the favourites to win today's 200m final at the European Athletics Championships in Zurich.
The 20-year-old qualified quickest for today's race.
He also set the fastest time in the heats, easily winning his semi-final in 20.23 seconds.
Video: interview with Hampshire's Andy Vernon who won a silver medal in the 10,000 metres in the European Championships in Zurich last night.
Andy, who runs for Aldershot and Farnham Athletics Club, was only narrowly beaten to the gold medal by Olympic champion Mo Farrah. Andy spoke to Fred this afternoon.
It's congratulations to Aldershot's Andy Vernon. The athlete won silver in the 10,000m race at the European Athletics Championships in Zurich. Britain's Mo Farah won gold.
It has now been announced that Team GB, including Gemili, have been disqualified for poor baton change from the 4x100m final in the World Athletics Championships in Moscow.
Great Britain wins bronze in the men's 4x100m final in the World Athletics Championships in Moscow, in a time of 37.80 seconds.
Nineteen-year-old Adam** **Gemili wants to emulate Usain Bolt by becoming a global sprint champion after giving another exciting glimpse of his huge potential in the 200 metres final at the World Championships in Moscow.
Gemili might have been at Scunthorpe's Glanford Park rather than the Luzhniki Stadium today, turning out for Dagenham & Redbridge in League Two, had he stuck with the beautiful game.
Instead he was the first Briton in a world 200m final for 10 years, running the second fastest time of his life, 20.08 seconds, to come home fifth. Bolt, unsurprisingly, won the gold in 19.66secs.
He mouthed 'wow' when he was introduced to the crowd before the race, looking around the stadium with his customary wide smile on his face.