A former hammer world record holder is among four more Russian athletes to have been disqualified from London 2012 by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) today.
A petition has been launched in a bid to save the manufacturing business which designed the Olympic Bell for the London 2012 Opening Ceremony.
Forensic accountancy firm Moore Stephens has been appointed to conduct an investigation into why converting London’s Olympic Stadium into the home of Premier League football club West Ham United cost £50 million ($62 million/€58 million) more than initially expected.
Sebastian Coe has admitted his "anger" at the allegations of Russian doping which have removed the gloss from the London 2012 Olympics he helped win for his country.
David Edmonds, the chairman of the company responsible for operating London's Olympic Stadium, has resigned from his position.
London Mayor orders investigation into rising costs of converting Olympic Stadium into football venue
London Mayor Sadiq Khan has ordered an investigation why converting the Olympic Stadium into the home of Premier League football club West Ham United cost £50 million ($61 million/€55 million) more than initially expected.
Installation of signs commemorating West Ham United legends Bobby Moore and Sir Trevor Brooking and continued work on the retractable seating are among the latest changes made to the Olympic Stadium ahead of the Premier League club’s first match there on Thursday (August 4).
Hosting major sporting events has contributed more than £1.6 billion ($2.1 billion/€1.9 billion) to London’s economy since the city staged the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, a new report published by London & Partners has revealed.
Athletics fans are being given the chance to own a piece of the iconic London 2012 track after it was successfully removed from the former Olympic Stadium.
International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) President Sebastian Coe has claimed it would be “delusional” to say that the London 2012 Olympic Games were the "dirtiest" in history.
Eight Russians spanning three different sports are among the 23 athletes to have tested positive following re-analysis of London 2012 doping samples.
A total of 23 athletes have tested positive for banned substances following reanalysis of samples from the 2012 Olympic Games in London, it has been announced.
Ticket sales for the world’s “longest and tallest tunnel slide” down the ArcelorMittel Orbit Tower in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park are “very promising” according to the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) - and the struggling venue is now on course to double its annual visiting figure to reach profitability.
Her Royal Highness Princess Anne visited the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to mark her appointment as patron of the Foundation for Future London charity.
A multi-million pound deal allowing Premier League West Ham United to move into the Olympic Stadium built for London 2012 must be made public, it was announced today.