BBC pundit has faced claims of sexism and suggestions he fell out with rower Sir Steve Redgrave on air
I’m being ridiculous, of course. But this is exactly how women are treated – particularly when it comes to the false accusation of rape
Sports commentators consistently refer to women as 'girls' or 'ladies' much more than they call men 'boys' or 'gentlemen'
A winning blend of nature and nurture can help you win that Olympic gold medal
David Katoatau says he wants to raise awareness of his island nation - before it disappears forever
The three-time British record holder is the first British track athlete to come out as gay
The Olympian won his third gold medal despite tripping and falling halfway through the race
Whatever your sporting discipline, a degree can help you achieve your athletic ambition
guess the leg - a leg is put through a hole in a wall and the olympians have to guess if the leg is real or made out of oak
Sara Ahmed is also Egypt's first female medallist in the country's 104-year-history in the Olympics
Throughout the Soviet period, disabled people were largely banished. In Russian cities, even now, you see the elderly amputees being wheeled to a begging pitch on a trolley
Engagement around the London Games described as 'poorly planned, short-termist and narrow'
'I wanted to do something different for my country, that’s why I chose swimming. It didn't matter where I finished'
'Let's hope they don't go onto two blokes sat, er, next to each other,' says sports presenter Paul Hand as couples kiss
The green colour is a sign of something very wrong with the pool – and even if it is algae, as many believe, then there's reason to worry