In today's links: Ben Johnson becomes face of anti-doping campaign, Tony Martin loses 175km-long Vuelta lead, Brits face battle at eventing Euros, Stoke Mandeville's Paralympic torch honour, and Belgium's obsession with hockey derrieres.
In today's links: first Team GB athletes for Sochi picked, Chemmy Alcott breaks leg again, GB horse 'not accepted' at eventing Euros, paracanoeist wins three world titles in hour, and hockey players beaten by Royal household at cricket.
In today's links: Kosovo's first-ever world title, Wada revokes licence of Rio 2016 drugs lab, Washington DC's 2024 bid, Chris Horner sets cycling age records, triathlon penalty shoot-out, and farting on the call-room floor at Moscow Worlds.
In today's links: Bloomberg blasts IOC over Russia anti-gay laws, British biathlon breaks down funding woe, Tokyo 2020 hat-throwing gambit, 400m hurdler takes on trial biker, and do some athletes' genes let them cheat drugs tests?
In today's links: Tears at the hockey Euros but British Euro equestrian joy, Armstrong and Sunday Times reach 'settlement', pentathlete slams Worlds chaos, gripping Swedish athletics doco, and 'cheating' rhythmic gymnastics judges fight back.
In today's links: WADA threatens Jamaica, Cavendish goes back to track, Gabby Douglas splits with coach, Canada boss keen on England football job, typhoon hits pentathlon Worlds, and an incredibly odd rowing advert from South Korea.
In today's links: England manager Hope Powell sacked, Russian women deny protest kiss, inside Jamaican drugs testing, Ryan Lochte swims Hudson River with pretzels, and swimming champion in Liberian kidnap affair.
In today's links: Rebecca Adlington medal panic in burglary, Wiggins announce track cycling return, Sochi 2014's untouchable graveyard, women's ski jump wind tunnel video, Lolo Jones lands movie role, and tank biathlon.
In today's links: World Athletics round-up, NZ eventer dead in fall, Jessica Fox makes canoe history, British Fencing too poor to host event, EuroHockey begins, Pistorius in court today, and Mo Farah's secret success pants.
Ollie's Olympic links are on hiatus. In this guest blog, modern pentathlete and Beijing 2008 silver medallist Heather Fell explains the allure of a charity bike ride across the length of the UK.