Lord Kitchener will appear on the new £2 coin to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War
Temporary power firm Aggreko — responsible for keeping the lights on and the cameras rolling at the last World Cup in South Africa and at the London 2012 Olympics — has been chosen by FIFA to perform the same duties across 12 different venues in Brazil.
Long-distance legend tells Richard Rae she will have no role in Glasgow
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But he plans to continue his dominance of the sport until then as he looks to become the most successful sprinter of all time
Up to a million tickets will go on sale this morning for next year’s Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, with officials hoping to build on the popularity of the British athletes who starred at the Olympics.
Chris O'Hare will be coming home with nothing more tangible than a tankful of motivation, after giving it a crack in the men's 1500m final before tailing off badly on the last lap and trailing home 12th and last in 3 minutes 46.04 seconds. Still, the mere presence of the 22-year-old Borderer in a global final was further evidence of the quiet, steady revolution that has been taking place in Scottish athletics over the past two years.
She’s hanging up her leotard?
Her off the telly?
He watches the races over and over and still can’t believe it. Now Britain’s golden paralympian returns to the scene of his triumphs
The club's Abu Dhabi owners have always insisted that they will not expand the current capacity until they can be sure that they will fill it
It just so happened that the first person Rhys Williams encountered as he left the track in the Alexander Stadium yesterday was wearing an old-style cotton British & Irish Lions jersey. "Nice shirt," the resurgent 400m hurdler said, fresh from taking the scalps of the reigning world-title holder (his Welsh compatriot Dai Greene) and Olympic champion (Felix Sanchez) as runner-up to London 2012 silver medallist Javier Culson in the Sainsbury's British Grand Prix. The 29-year-old should know. His celebrated father wore one with distinction.
Triple jumper competes in New York today for first time since injury ended London 2012 bid
There was sky blue everywhere at the official launch of the club in east Harlem
Sir Chris Hoy believes he can help the next generation of British cyclists overcome their anxieties and propel the sport to new levels of popularity.
Britain's most successful Olympian, Sir Chris Hoy, bade an emotional and tearful farewell to competitive action having exhausted "every last ounce of effort and energy" winning at last year's Olympic Games.