Defending long jump champion Greg Rutherford has been ruled out of the World Championships in London with an ankle injury.Read the full story ›
Strictly Come Dancing star Greg Rutherford began his first day of training with a surprise drugs test.Read the full story ›
The Olympic medallist maintained that Russia should have been completely banned, and also opened up about his phone being stolen in Rio.Read the full story ›
Greg Rutherford has landed a bronze in the long jump with a distance of 8.29m.
The London 2012 gold medalist was beaten by Jeff Henderson of the USA who took gold with a jump of 8.38m, and Luvo Manyonga of South Africa who jumped 8.37m to take bronze.
Ultimately I didn't jump long enough today which is very difficult for me to take.
But it is what it is I guess. I've just got to make do and move on from that but I'm pretty gutted.
Things don't go always go smoothly. I've won a lot and today I haven't won. That's something I'm not used to and something I have to deal with and figure out.
Olympic long jumper has taken the measure because of fears over the Zika virus according to his girlfriend Susie Verrill.Read the full story ›
Greg Rutherford has denied he will pull out of Sports Personality of the year if Tyson Fury isn't removed from the list of nominees.Read the full story ›
Greg Rutherford has criticised Team GB's new official kit for the World Championships as "a terrible choice"Read the full story ›
Greg Rutherford has been hailed as a true champion after following up his London 2012 gold with another winning performance in the men's long jump at the Commonwealth Games.
Watch the jump which went on to secure the English athlete the gold:
London 2012 star Greg Rutherford has said he has finally proven he is not a "one-jump wonder" after claiming gold in the men's long jump at the Commonwealth Games.
Rutherford overcame career-threatening injury problems since his win at the Olympics two years ago and outperformed South Africa's Zarck Visser in Glasgow.
Some of the stars of the 2012 Olympics will join luminaries of film and music in a special charity series of the Great British Bake Off.Read the full story ›