Former Olympian Rajiv Ouseph took charge at the inaugural England Challenge Cup as the England badminton squad played on home
Budding young boxers from Clapham entered the ring with an Olympic silver medallist at a community sport and fun day
Rio round up: Bradley Wiggins become Britain’s most decorated Olympian and men’s four scoop fifth gold
Sir Bradley Wiggins became Britain’s most decorated Olympian of all-time as he claimed his eighth career medal – a gold
Putney’s Charlotte Taylor fails to make a splash at Rio Olympics as Team GB exit lightweight women’s double sculls
There was devastation for Putney Town Rowing Club’s Charlotte Taylor, who narrowly missed out on qualification for the semi finals
Wandsworth’s Bryony Shaw had a day to forget finishing tenth after three races of the women’s RS:X windsurfing preliminaries yesterday,
Giles Scott ready to take on Sir Ben Ainslie’s sailing and David Florence goes for gold in day four in Rio
Sir Ben Ainslie may not be gracing Rio’s waters after three straight Olympic titles in the Finn class but Giles
Britain’s fastest woman and Olympic hopeful Asher-Smith urges volunteers to take up Games Maker baton
Less than 40 days remain before sprinter Dina Asher-Smith can realise her childhood dream of appearing at an Olympic Games.
Road to Rio 2016: Putney daddy’s girl Charlotte Taylor’s Team GB selection is perfect early Father’s Day gift
Charlotte Taylor’s six-year journey from novice club rower to Rio-bound Olympian may have surprised many – but not her dad.
Croydon Harriers’ James Dasaolu believes he has every chance of emulating Britain’s recent success over 60m with a medal at
Rio Olympics the goal for Croydon’s Anna Smith as she looks to build on Australian Open doubles success
Croydon’s Anna Smith is relishing the pressure of an Olympic year as she looks to represent Great Britain in the