In today's links: Rutherford cleared for Worlds but Ennis rival out, Zara Phillips targets Rio, women's ice hockey fights for Olympic future, Paralympic changes sadden 2012 champions, Phelps blames Lochte for comeback rumours, and Usain Bolt learns Russian.
In today's links: Meilutyte breaks breaststroke world record, Bolt & Farah close to charity race-off, Phelps reignites comeback chatter, Daley seeks professional help, Bode Miller shows off, and the unfortunate spelling mistake on World Games medals.
In today's links: GB's new BMX world champion, Anniversary Games recap, lightning Ledecky lights up swim Worlds, women's Tour of Britain cycling, damaged Daley dives anyway, Powell doping interview tapes seized, London to host 2016 Euro swimming, and Bert le Clos - in his own words.
In today's links: Ennis-Hill feeling fitter, Bolt on doping and full Anniversary Games preview, plus - huge snowdome coming to Olympic Park, London's new ice hockey team, no extra women's boxing in Rio, mixed relay swimming given go-ahead and sleepy US figure skater gets photobombed.
In today's links: Anthony Joshua turning pro, Sochi plans meteorite medals, Olympic museum plans wither, canoe changes for 2016 mooted, Montreal '76 stadium roof in tatters, and Nigeria's 4x400m relay team receive their Sydney Games gold medals - 13 years after the race.
In today's links: Jess Ennis-Hill sets PB on low-key return, Jonnie Peacock wins 'Clay-Frazier' world title battle, Glasgow 2014 celebrates year to go, 24-hour race that makes Tour de France look tame, GB skiers get engaged and Yohan Blake reveals his nickname: "socks man".
In today's links: badminton fight grips internet, Kenyans want Froome back, Russians depressed by Moscow Worlds, Non Stanford's triathlon war wounds, life as a Tour de France photographer, and will the rise of double-amputee runners be "the story of Rio 2016"?
In today's links: Froome victory round-up, British triathlete injured in Hamburg, David Millar's passion for Glasgow 2014, taekwondo Worlds misery for GB, wrestling returns to Olympia, and is Japanese baseball culture destroying its future stars?
In today's links: England's Euro 2013 ends, Team Sky offers data to L'Equipe and Wada, Trott queries women's Tour petition, doping questions cause athlete walk-out, gay US figure-skater 'will be arrested with pride' in Russia, and photos of the Rio 2016 athletes' village.
In today's links: Froome closing in on Tour title, US senator calls for Sochi boycott, Daley doubt for diving Worlds, Copper Box set to reopen, 2022 World Cup toys with Winter Olympics collision course, and Toronto picks technicolour porcupine as Pan-American Games mascot.