Team GB's hockey captain Kate Walsh

Hockey: Team GB women hope to create legacy for future generations

Team GB's hockey captain Kate Walsh hopes that the team's success at the Games could secure a legacy for the sport and inspire their successors.

Great Britain’s women are left devastated after their defeat to Argentina

Hockey: GB 'bitterly disappointed' by defeat to Argentina

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August 8, 2012: Alex Danson, Sarah Thomas of Great Britain and Silvina D'Elia and Josefina Sruoga of Argentina challenge for the ball during the Women's Hockey semi-final match between Argentina and Great Britain

Hockey: GB women miss out on Olympic final after defeat to Argentina

Great Britain women's dreams of a first Olympic final were shattered by world champions Argentina.

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Steven Larsson shoots for Team GB

Handball: Team GB men thumped yet again and left eliminated from competition

Great Britain's men endured another torrid outing in the Copper Box as Tunisia handed out a beating in their Group A clash that sent the host nation crashing out.

Steven Larsson shoots for Team GB

Handball: Steven Larsson goals for Team GB show future may be bright

Great Britain's men may have lost their third successive game at the Olympics at the hands of Argentina 32-21, but the manner of their rousing first-half performance will only have enhanced the growing popularity of handball in the country.

Handball: Improvement for Team GB but another defeat in the Copper Box

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Ben Pipes of Great Britain serves the ball in the third set against Australia

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Alastair Wilson is positive about the fortunes of Britain's hockey team

Hockey: Alastair Wilson says Britain can achieve London 2012 medal success

Great Britain are catching up with the other leading nations of hockey and can win an Olympic medal at London 2012 if their 4-1 victory over Argentina is anything to go by, according to Alastair Wilson.

July 30, 2012: Captain Barry Middleton of Great Britain celebrates after scoring during the Men's Hockey Match between Great Britain and Argentina
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Argentina's former first lady Evita Peron honoured on 100 peso note

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Williams targets lesser lights as British handball makes Games bow in Copper Box

Great Britain handball playmaker Ciaran Williams has targeted the two non-European teams in his side's group when they make their Olympic bow next week.

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England officially the fourth best team in the world according to Fifa rankings

Fans of the Three Lions have widely come to accept that England are a quarter-final team, at best.

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