Sport Farah is the current Olympic and world champion in the 5,000m and 10,000m

Mo Farah could conceivably target a golden treble at the next Olympics, according to the great Ethiopian runner Haile Gebrselassie.

Nokia losses grow as sales plunge again

Nokia has reported its third quarter net loss widened further to €969 million (£787 million) with a 19% plunge in revenue, as it struggles against the dominance of Samsung and the iPhone in the tough smartphone market.

Mo Farah named Europe's No 1

Double Olympic champion Mo Farah has been named the men's Athlete of the Year by the European Athletics Federation for a second successive year.

Stuttering start: Celtic manager Neil Lennon admitted his side looked flat

Celtic to play Swedish side Helsingborg in Champions League play-off

Celtic will face Swedish side Helsingborg in the Champions League play-off round.

Scott Brown could face HJK Helsinki in Champions League qualifier

Scott Brown has a “very good” chance of being fit for the second-leg of Celtic's Champions League third qualifier against HJK Helsinki in Finland tomorrow night, according to Hoops' assistant manager Johan Mjallby.

Nick Skelton competes in the jumping at Greenwich Park

King Charles holds nerve in jump-off to guide GB to gold

Blend of youth and old hands sees off Dutch in gripping Greenwich finale

There are many in Jamaica who say its most revered athlete remains Dr Arthur Wint MBE - Jamaica's first Olympic gold medallist

Hubbard's Cupboard: Wint would give Jamaica's sprint king a run for his money

You may think Usain Bolt is the best thing to come out of Jamaica since rum and reggae, but there are many in his homeland who say its most revered athlete remains Dr Arthur Wint MBE.

Perri Shakes-Drayton says she will do whatever it takes to get to the final

Team GB hurdler Perri Shakes-Drayton pledges to 'run her heart out'

Team GB's Perri Shakes-Drayton has promised to "run her heart out" when she competes in the 400m hurdles on Sunday.  

Michael Jamieson claimed silver – and just missed out on gold

Jamieson's stroke of genius delivers Britain a shock silver

After the expected came a British tale of the unexpected. Michael Jamieson only made it to the Olympic Games by two-hundredths of a second and while Britain yesterday prepared to greet two of its sure thing golds, the young man from Glasgow prepared to deliver a medal that nobody saw coming outside his training base in Bath.

Michael Jamieson claimed silver – and just missed out on gold

Team GB's Michael Jamieson gains shock silver with stroke of genius

After the expected came a British tale of the unexpected. Michael Jamieson only made it to the Olympic Games by two-hundredths of a second and while Britain yesterday prepared to greet two of its sure-thing gold medals, the young man from Glasgow prepared to deliver a medal that nobody saw coming outside his training base in Bath.

Britain's Euan Burton was inconsolable after his defeat in the judo

Chris Hewett: Gone for a Burton but Euan deserves a medal for honesty after defeat

The critic without a ticket: He listed all those he felt he had let down – only the dog, cat and goldfish were spared a mention

1936 Berlin: Preppy prescience - There were, of course, rather more political issues at the heart of these Games than what the athletes were wearing – but note the preppy prescience of the British team's apparel as they gather around diver Katinka Larsen for this group shot. They could easily all have been wardrobed by Gap. Side-partings were an optional extra, but oh for the days when a swimming costume like this was chic rather than prudish.

The Flag Trade: Team GB wins gold in the fashion stakes

As our national heroes make their bids for glory, how has Team GB fared in the fashion stakes over the years? Harriet Walker ranks their kit

Robbie Grabarz on his way to high jump victory

Grabarz reaches high to grab European gold for Britain

High-jumper Robbie joined by Welsh 400m hurdler in race to set standard for London

Olympics news you may have missed

Mo Farah heads Great Britain's squad for the upcoming European Championships, which begin a week on Wednesday.

Finnish line: Stay at the Klaus K hotel on a visit to Helsinki

Summer 2012: Short and sweet

Go on a tasty trip to Cadbury World in Birmingham, which has joined up with the Ramada Encore to provide overnight breaks for a family of four for £99. The deal includes B&B and tickets for two adults and two kids for the attraction, which tells Cadbury's delicious story.

Inside travel: How to make the most of the falling euro

The last time you could hope to change sterling to euros and clear €1.22 for each £1 was in the autumn of 2008, when the pound was halfway down its freefall towards parity – the midwinter trough when £1 equalled €1. Sterling enjoyed a briefest of summer flings in 2010, when €1.20 seemed tantalisingly within reach.

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Welsh hurdler was World, European and Commonwealth champion, but then the injuries crept in
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