On Saturday 27 August 2016 our Olympic heroes will be helping create the nation’s biggest sports day and everyone is invited to take part.
Called I Am Team GB and brought to you by ITV and The National Lottery, there will be free events taking place across Wales and the rest of the UK.
There are lots of ways to get involved, with sports clubs hosting events up and down the country. Here are just a few examples:
To find out about events happening near you, or to get your own club involved, head to I Am Team GB
Jurgen Klopp plans Liverpool talks with Wales star Joe Allen.Read the full story ›
After their surprise semi-final Wales advance from 15 position to 11th in the world rankings.Read the full story ›
Joe Allen and Aaron Ramsay have been named in the Euro 2016 team of the tournament.
Star man, Gareth Bale, does not feature. Instead, his Real Madrid teammate Cristiano Ronaldo is the striker.
The full team is:
- Rui Patricio (POR)
- Joshua Kimmich (GER)
- Jerome Boateng (GER)
- Pepe (POR)
- Raphael Guerreiro (POR)
- Toni Kroos (GER)
- Joe Allen (WAL)
- Antoine Griezmann (FRA)
- Aaron Ramsay (WAL)
- Dimitri Payet (FRA)
- Cristiano Ronaldo (POR)
Want to relive the most memorable moments on and off the field with players and fans?
Then don't miss, 'Wales At The Euros - The History Boys'- a programme looking back at Wales’ historic success in the Euro 2016 tournament.
Tonight at 8pm on ITV Wales.
Want to know how many goals were scored or the capacity of the Stade de Toulouse? Find out here.Read the full story ›
Hal Robson-Kanu's goal against Belgium has been voted the best of the tournament by viewers.Read the full story ›
More than 150 swimmers with learning disabilities competed in the annual event, hosted by Special Olympics GB and charity Mencap.Read the full story ›
A fanzone in North Wales will remain open for today's Euro 2016 and Wimbledon final.
The Denbighshire fanzone opens at 1pm for the Wimbledon final and will remain open until the Euro 2016 final between France and Portugal at 8pm.
During the Portugal v Wales semi-final, more than 7,500 people turned up at Rhyl's Events Arena to watch the game.
Welsh cyclist Manon Carpenter has finished fourth in the women's downhill event, at the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup in Switzerland.
Britain's Rachel Atherton claimed victory, finishing 0.7 seconds clear of fellow Briton Tahnee Seagrave.
France's Myriam Nicole finished third.
Britain also had success in the men's downhill as Danny Hart edged out American Aaron Gwin by less than one tenth of a second to claim his first World Cup.