May 25 2013 Latest news:
London 2012 gold medalists David Weir and Richard Whitehead are just two of the thousands of athletes who will take part in a new Mile event held in central London on Sunday 26 May.
Quadruple London 2012 Paralympic gold medallist David Weir may be relishing his time out from the high pressure world of competition but insists he has every intention of returning stronger than ever.
IT may be too cold to don a skimpy bikini, but that will not stop the buzz generated by London 2012 Games continuing in St Albans this weekend when locals can serve, bump and spike on sand from the Olympic beach volleyball court.
Pupils listened in awe to a Paralympic wheelchair rugby player as he spoke about his life before and after his disability and, of course, the London Olympic Games.
The deadline for applications for £300,000 of funding which can be spent on anything from festivals to creating a new website is on Sunday.
London Mayor Boris Johnson was riding high yesterday as he was joined by equestrian Nick Skelton as they launched the world’s leading show jumping championships.
A majority of young people in the UK feel the Olympic and Paralympic Games have made a positive difference to the country, a report has found.
Exclusive places are being held for Newham residents to run on the same track as Usain Bolt, Mo Farah, and Jessica Ennis.
Six-time Paralympic champion David Weir has announced today that he will not to compete at the IPC World Championships in Lyon, France in July.
The 2012 London Olympics is now over for our region’s competitors – so take a look at how they got on in their events and what they had been hoping to achieve…
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A former Sprowston High School pupil has been made an MBE in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours list for his work co-ordinating the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
More than 4,500 jobs will be created in a £100million deal to transform the Press and Broadcast Centres on the Olympic Park, it was announced today.
The Olympic legacy has turned festive in the run-up to Christmas, as TfL’s “magenta army” return to the front line to help make the network run more smoothly.
Lord Sebastian Coe had praised the work of retiring David Beckham in securing last year’s Olympic Games for London and says he should be the first man the Football Association call upon should they bid again to host the World Cup.