It has been a bad week for British Olympic sport. Further statements from female gymnasts detailing abusive and coercive behaviour within the British Gymnastics system have been compounded by yesterday's report in the Mail on Sunday of dubious and potentially harmful conduct by UK Sport regarding its athletes in the run-up to the London 2012 Games.
UK Sport denies putting performance gain ahead of athlete welfare through "novel nutritional intervention"
UK Sport has denied putting performance gain ahead of athlete welfare after an investigation found British Olympians were given a so-called "novel nutritional intervention" to allegedly try and improve results.
British Gymnastics has announced it will carry out an independent review into allegations of abuse made within the sport in the United Kingdom.
UK Sport has received an assurance of Government funding for the postponed Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo next year.
Ismail Amla and Chris Pilling have been appointed as members of the UK Sport Board.
In Olympic parlance: "the advantage of a home Games". In football parlance: "We've made our ground a fortress".
UK Athletics (UKA) has been told to reform its Board and “transform the way it approaches difficult ethical decisions", after an independent review of the national governing body found a "general culture of mistrust" and claims the current state of athletics "couldn't get any worse".
Last year’s Netball World Cup delivered an £8.18 million ($10.63 million/€9.4 million) boost to host city Liverpool’s economy, according to new research from UK Sport.
An independent review into UK Athletics has been commissioned by UK Sport following a turbulent period for the national governing body.
An initiative to develop an over-the-top (OTT) broadcast platform for British Olympic and Paralympic sports has been announced by UK Sport, the British Olympic Association and British Paralympic Association.
UK Sport performance director Chelsea Warr has quit, just six months before Tokyo 2020.
UK Sport announced a funding boost for basketball, archery, fencing, skateboarding and wheelchair fencing for next year's Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
A record-breaking 112,000 tickets were sold for this summer's Netball World Cup in Liverpool, with England Netball claiming the event inspired thousands to watch and play the sport.