Robbie Simpson spent a day fishing on the banks of the River Don as a way of relaxing after competing in the Great Britain Olympic marathon trials at London’s Kew Gardens.
Heptathlon world champion Katarina Johnson-Thompson is targeting at least two more Olympic Games before retirement as she feels she has unfinished business.
Athletics: Banchory’s Robbie Simpson battles through illness to finish sixth in Kew Gardens elite marathon
Banchory’s Robbie Simpson battled through the pain barrier to finish sixth in the Great Britain Olympic Games marathon trial at Kew Gardens this morning.
Athletics: Banchory’s Robbie Simpson prepares to take on 14 other elite marathon runners in battle for Tokyo Olympics place
Robbie Simpson hopes he won’t have to pay to get into London’s Kew Gardens for tomorrow’s Great Britain Olympic marathon trial race.
Overseas spectators will not be permitted to attend this summer’s rearranged Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo, officials have confirmed.
No overseas spectators will be permitted to attend this summer’s rearranged Olympic or Paralympic Games in Tokyo, officials have confirmed.
Jade Jones says the burden of an unprecedented build-up to this year’s delayed Tokyo Olympics has given her renewed motivation to claim a third straight taekwondo gold medal.
Tokyo Olympics creative director Hiroshi Sasaki is resigning after making demeaning comments about a well-known female celebrity.
Olympic and Paralympic athletes in some countries are set to receive Covid-19 vaccinations paid for by the International Olympic Committee.
Thomas Bach says the International Olympic Committee will support Tokyo Games organisers “without reservation” on the subject of letting overseas spectators into Japan this summer.
British Athletics chief Christian Malcolm has urged his team’s stars to heed the example of Keely Hodgkinson and show “no fear” as they build towards the delayed Olympics in Tokyo later this year.
Interim England Women boss Hege Riise is to lead Team GB’s women’s football team at the Olympics this summer.
A decision will be taken on whether overseas spectators will be able to attend the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games at the end of the month, the organising committee president said.
The Yoshiro Mori sexism row has resulted in trust being lost in the Tokyo 2020 organising committee which must be recovered, its new president Seiko Hashimoto has said.
Tokyo prospect Cheavon Clarke says his sport’s “macho” image counts for nothing as he and his GB Boxing team-mates confront the same uncertainties surrounding this year’s delayed Olympic Games.
Athletics: Banchory’s Robbie Simpson hopes he has kept on track for Tokyo Olympics selection despite winter weather
Banchory marathon runner Robbie Simpson hopes the harsh winter weather hasn’t hampered his chances of selection for this summer’s Tokyo Olympic Games.
The International Olympic Committee has welcomed the appointment of Seiko Hashimoto as the new president of the Tokyo 2020 organising committee.
Tokyo 2020 organisers are “extremely confident” their plans for the rescheduled Olympic Games are on track but will not confirm final details until June due to the unpredictability of coronavirus.
Japan’s first coronavirus jabs were given to health workers, beginning a vaccination campaign considered crucial to holding the already delayed Tokyo Olympics.
Organisers of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games have not ruled out a future role for Yoshiro Mori, despite him quitting as the organisation’s president for making sexist remarks.
Yoshiro Mori’s departure as organising committee chief is the latest setback to the beleaguered Tokyo Olympics.
The head of Tokyo’s Olympic and Paralympic Games organising committee has quit over remarks he made about women.
The head of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games organising committee is poised to step down after making sexist remarks, according to reports.
Yoshiro Mori’s comments about women were “inappropriate”, the International Olympics Committee has said, but it has not called for the Tokyo 2020 organising committee president to stand down.
Athletics: Aberdeen Olympics hopeful Zoey Clark delighted with first 400 metres race after 15-month absence
Aberdeen’s Olympic 400m hopeful Zoey Clark is so happy to be back in competitive action after a gap of more than 15 months.
Athletes and officials face the prospect of very different Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics after the first ‘Playbook’ for the delayed Games was released on Wednesday.
The devastating impact of coronavirus on disabled sport has not stopped Great Britain wheelchair basketball player Sophie Carrigill staying “tunnel-visioned” in her pursuit of the Olympic podium.
International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach has dismissed renewed speculation surrounding the delayed Tokyo 2020 Games and insisted: “It’s not about the ‘whether’ the Games takes place, it’s about the ‘how’.”
Sir Mo Farah believes the Olympic Games will go ahead this summer and says athletes have been told they will receive vaccinations against Covid-19.
Athletes planning to retire after the Tokyo Games face a mental health “double whammy” if the event is cancelled, according to the chair of an athletes’ representative body.