The 28-year-old is Britain's most successful ever gymnast
Sir Chris Hoy has become the latest athlete to call time on his career
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
Teenager produces personal best to yield to rival only in final 50 yards of freestyle event
Daniel Fogg will today conclude what has been a poor campaign by the British swimmers when he competes in the 10 kilometre open water race in Hyde Park hoping to enjoy a better day than team-mate Keri-anne Payne.
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.
British sprinters Jason Kenny and Victoria Pendleton continued slowly but steadily to close in on their respective medal targets today, with Kenny now into tomorrow’s final rounds and Pendleton progressing to the quarter-finals.
They came, they saw, they conquered and now they go back to school. While Michael Phelps will return to Baltimore having cemented his place in history with another barrow load of Olympic gold, even he has been upstaged in the Olympic pool by a quartet of teenagers.
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.
Missy Franklin never took up Michael Phelps' offer of advice on how to endure the brutal realities of handling an exhausting multi-medal programme. It might have been worthwhile as the 17-year-old last night found herself swum out of the medals in the 200m freestyle.
Olympic officials say that Britain will win more medals and that optimism remains high among among athletes despite the poor show so far.
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.