'Credible attack' aimed at disrupting the lighting of the opening ceremony
The six-time Paralympic gold medallist was charged with the premeditated murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp
England will play three of their pool matches at Twickenham
League One club make move in response to West Ham's successful bid to become tenants of the Olympic stadium
Mo Farah and Jessica Ennis will be back in the Olympic Stadium, on the anniversary of the Olympics Opening Ceremony, which is to host a Diamond League Athletics Grand Prix.
Wembley among contenders to host games
West Ham remain committed to their bid to relocate to the Olympic Stadium despite the massive financial obligations that would ensue if they were to be successful.
The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has held "encouraging" talks with the National Football League over the prospect of staging games at the Olympic Stadium.
Welford Road, the home of Leicester Tigers and the biggest club rugby ground in England, has been axed as a potential venue for the 2015 World Cup.
The Paralympic opening ceremony provided "a reflection of all impairment groups", organisers said today, after the Games started in spectacular style at the Olympic Stadium last night.
Andy Murray is in a hurry. The 25-year-old Scot became the first man to reach the third round of the US Open here last night when he recorded his second successive straight-sets victory of the tournament. Just as in his opening encounter against Alex Bogomolov, the world No 4 never looked in any danger. Having coasted to a 6-2, 6-1, 6-3 victory over Ivan Dodig, he now faces the winner of today’s all-Spanish meeting between Feliciano Lopez and Pablo Andujar.
This is his fourth Paralympics but he is proud to have a GB able-bodied vest as well, he tells Simon Turnbull
On eve of Games, South African hails hosts' attitude and says London can change perceptions on disability
Andy Murray says that "a week in sport can be quite a long time". No sooner are you basking in the glow of a tournament victory than you are answering questions in another city, perhaps on another continent, about a first-round defeat.
Jeremy Hunt, the secretary of state for culture, Olympics, media and sport, hopes the London 2012 Paralympic Games, which open tomorrow, can be the catalyst for changing perceptions of disability.
Michael Carrick has told Tom Cleverley he must maintain the highest of standards if he is truly to make a big impression at Manchester United.