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English team fly to crisis-hit Games

An advance party of English athletes will arrive in Delhi today despite safety and accommodation concerns that could see the team pull out of the crisis-hit Commonwealth Games.

Idowu may quit Commonwealth team after day of crisis in Delhi

Defending triple-jump champion will decide this week whether to pull out as Games descend into chaos

Greene raises sights after beating 29-year-old record

Not since the days of the great Edwin Moses has there been a faster winner of the 400m hurdles in athletics' quadrennial team competition – formerly known as the World Cup and re-branded as the IAAF Continental Cup in Split over the weekend. In emerging victorious in a stunning 47.88 seconds on Saturday, Dai Greene recorded the quickest winning time since Moses prevailed in 47.37sec in Rome in 1981.

England team has Farah at its core

Double European champion Mo Farah is looking to end a golden summer season on a high at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi in October.

Farah named in Commonwealth team

Double European champion Mo Farah was one of three gold medallists from Barcelona named in England's team for the Commonwealth Games in Delhi in October.

Usain who? Gay completes epic week with fastest 100m this year

American sprinter clocks 9.78sec just days after first win over Bolt as Britain's big names disappoint

Olsson fired by new rivals and a distant memory

Triple-jump veteran rejoins Idowu and Tamgho in race to follow a legend over the magical 18-metre mark

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Team GB achieved a record medal haul in Barcelona, but Van Commenee knows there is work to do if they want to beat the world in 2012

Tomlinson finds his feet to land bronze

It was back in April 2002 that Chris Tomlinson first made a name for himself as a raw, leggy long jumping talent.

Relay teams fail to pick up the golden baton from Team GB

But podium finishes for men and women in 4x400m finals gain record medals haul

Greene vanquishes Welsh rival to prove himself the Real deal

The cheers were loud enough when Dai Greene charged down the home straight in the Montjuic Olympic Stadium to win the South Walian battle for the European 400m hurdles title ahead of his training partner, Rhys Williams, on Saturday night.

Magnificent Mo has the Midas touch

Three golds in 85 minutes as Ennis plays captain's innings while Greene storms to hurdles glory

Britain's golden medal haul: That's how you do it!

British athletes put wealthy footballers to shame with medal-winning romp at the European championships

Jessica Ennis: Modest, but with little to be modest about

The new golden girl of British athletics hates having her photo taken and hides her medal collection in a drawer. Emily Dugan meets Jessica Ennis

Idowu wants Olympic gold to complete his medal haul

So that's another chunk of gleaming gold for Phillips Idowu to display in his sparkling, presumably bulging trophy cabinet. Maybe not.

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