A furious Mo Farah took to Twitter today after his wife was involved in an alleged hit-and-run crash.
Careers are more exciting for Olympians, retirement more painful
A review into the disappointing performance by Great Britain's swimmers at the London 2012 Olympics has recommended that guidelines be put in place to limit the athletes' commercial activities in the run-up to major events.
Doreen Lawrence, author PD James, women's rights activist Zainab Salbi and singer Kate Woolveridge were the four other winners of the Women Of The Year awards.
Olympics spectators and commuters are facing major disruption on mainline rail services to and from Euston.
Sir Chris Hoy has said that he believes Sir Steve Redgrave is Britain's greatest Olympian ever despite surpassing him in the medals stakes.
The extent to which Laura Trott has been transformed from a quite good cyclist from Cheshunt into a household name was today proved by the phalanx of autograph hunters and cameras that followed her every move.
Victoria Pendleton stepped down from her velodrome throne last night and prepared to hand over her crown to track cycling's fresh-faced new star Laura Trott.
David Davies' Olympic career came to an end today when he fell short of making the final of the 1,500 metres freestyle.
Great British hopeful Fran Halsall finished this evening’s 100m freestyle in a disappointing sixth.
Michael Phelps again outshone Milorad Cavic as the pair renewed their rivalry in the 100 metres butterfly.
Fran Halsall and James Goddard both negotiated the first steps towards fulfilling their Olympic dreams, while the women's 4x200 metres freestyle - minus Rebecca Adlington - qualified for tonight's final at the Aquatics Centre.
Teen diving sensation Tom Daley and his partner Peter Waterfield today missed out on a medal despite being tipped for victory.
Hannah Miley and Caitlin McClatchey both safely negotiated their way through the heats of their respective events as the third day of action got under way at the Aquatics Centre.
Thank heavens for the thin red line of these Olympics, the soldiers who brought instant reassurance under the threat of a security meltdown and now, understandably enough, are seen as a better short-term option than cardboard cut-out spectators in the vital matter of filling the empty spaces.
Our Becky, the sporting superstar it has always been a little easier to think of in such familiar terms, couldn't break Britain's gold fever, at least not at the first time of asking here last night, but she surely made the country feel a whole lot better about itself.