Voices

When Maria Miller travels to Sochi next week, she must seize the opportunity to raise the issue of LGBT rights with Russian officials

The Metropolitan Police has introduced a ‘satisfaction survey’ for those stopped and searched

Theresa May's Stop and Search for illegal immigrants is only a tactic to win votes

For black British citizens who were born and raised in this land, to be stopped indiscriminately when going about their daily business is the ultimate humiliation

Leap of faith: Jessica Ennis-Hill continues her comeback from injury at the Anniversary Games in London

Jessica Ennis-Hill will 'return stronger' predicts Paula Radcliffe

The heptathlete has been ruled out of the World Championships in Moscow

Jessica Ennis-Hill

World Championships: Jessica Ennis-Hill 'gutted' after being ruled out of trip to Moscow

The Olympic champion ruled out due to Achilles injury

Fly Mo: Farah leaps for joy after winning the 3,000 metres at the Olympic Anniversary Games in London yesterday

Mo Farah to take on Haile Gebrselassie in Great North Run

Mo Farah will face fellow distance-running greats Kenenisa Bekele and Haile Gebrselassie at the Great North Run on 15 September.

Richard Browne ran 10.75sec in the T43/44 100m at the Anniversary Games in London

In 2016 will the blade runners be racing Usain Bolt?

After fastest Para 100m ever on Sunday, some think so – but their slow start is a major obstacle

Usain Bolt and Mo Farah pictured at London 2012

Usain Bolt accepts challenge from Mo Farah to race over 600 metres

The two stars of the track look set to battle it out for charity

Tom Daley of Great Britain competes during the Men's 10m Platform Diving final

Diving: Tom Daley to work with psychologist after 'panic' dive

The Brit was in with a chance of a medal before poor fifth dive

Liam Phillips on his way to winning the world title in New Zealand

Liam Phillips extends British success with BMX world title

Liam Phillips became the latest success story in British Cycling’s bid for global domination when he was crowned BMX world champion in Auckland on Sunday.

Brazil’s Alan Oliveira, left, surges ahead of Great Britain’s Jonnie Peacock, right, to set a new world record in winning the men’s 100m T43/44 event in front of a packed house

Anniversary Games: Alan Oliveira’s new 100m record puts Rio 2016 in spotlight

That the last world record on this track went to a Paralympic athlete seemed a fitting finale to the closing act of the first part of the Olympic Stadium’s life. It has played host to the transformation of a movement and on Sunday it hosted a full-house of 65,000 to celebrate what Paralympic sport has become to this country in the space of a year. Outside the Paralympic Games it is the largest ever audience for such an event.

The Olympic Stadium in Stratford will undergo drastic changes

Olympic Stadium's emotional goodbye raises expectations for successful reunion

When Diamond League returns in 2015 it will be a revamped venue, but athletics chiefs are confident of more full houses

Jessica Ennis-Hill competes in the hurdles

Jessica Ennis-Hill faces agonising race against time to be fit for World Championships

Rutherford set to decide today if he will compete in Moscow but Farah reigns supreme

Katherine Grainger

Matt Butler: So, what now...? The downside of Olympic achievement

Inspire: The Olympic Journey BBC One

Young British milers start to build on the Olympic legacy

It has been one 'L' of a Legacy. While the 65,000 ticket-only guests raised a glass to the first birthday of the infant London 2012 Olympics, and to Jess, Mo and Co, there was a drop of considerably greater vintage to savour as the Emsley Carr Mile clocked up another milestone at the Sainsbury's Anniversary Games yesterday.

Jessica Ennis-Hill of Great Britain competes in the Women's 100m Hurdles

Sainsbury's Anniversary Olympic Games: Jessica Ennis-Hill back on track

The London 2012 heptathlon champion, whose last hurdles race was at the Olympic Stadium last summer, clocked 13.08 seconds.

Lucky kids from all over the UK warm up the track for Usain Bolt by running a mile in the Sainsbury's Race To Rio at The Olympic Stadium

James Lawton: True Olympic legacy burns bright despite bid’s betrayal of our youth

If the bid was dubious, the consequences were glorious

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