Great Britain’s two-time world Para-taekwondo champion Amy Truesdale has hailed the success of a special taekwondo training camp in Nepal.
England Netball, in partnership with UK Sport, have officially opened a "Netball Heritage Archive" at the University of Huddersfield’s Heritage Quay.
More than 200 experts have attended a two-day UK Paralympic Performance Conference to discuss preparations for athletes at future Games, including Tokyo 2020.
Former British cyclist Jess Varnish has appealed against a ruling that saw her lose an employment tribunal in January.
UK Sport has said no formal discussions have been held on a possible London attempt for the 2036 Summer Olympics and Paralympics after a newspaper report said there were plans to bid.
UK Sport communications manager Tom Degun has been appointed media and communications manager at the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF).
Will Brexit Britain decide to maintain, or perhaps even to redouble, the country’s extraordinarily successful assault on the Olympic and Paralympic Games medals tables?
More Olympic and Paralympic sports in Britain are to receive financial help after Tokyo 2020 following the launch of a new funding strategy here today by Government agency UK Sport.
UK Sport has announced backing for seven sports in the second round of investments made by its Aspiration Fund.
Former British cyclist Jess Varnish has been unsuccessful in her effort to prove that she was an employee of British Cycling and UK Sport at an employment tribunal.
Wheelchair rugby, one of a number of sports dropped from the UK Sport funding programme in December 2016, will receive £500,000 ($630,000/€554,000) - the maximum investment for a team sport - through a newly established UK Sport Aspiration Fund.
Former British cyclist Jess Varnish, who is suing British Cycling for wrongful dismissal and sexual discrimination, has told an employment tribunal that the organisation had "extreme control" over her that was similar to that of an employer.
UK Sport and English Institute of Sport appoint key roles in high performance mental health strategy
Dr James Bell has been appointed head of mental health at the English Institute of Sport (EIS) alongside his existing duties as head of culture at UK Sport.
UK Sport has held a bespoke technical media briefing here today looking ahead to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympics and identifying some of the future stars to watch out for in the lead up to the Games.
Anyone who watches Sky TV will be aware that increasingly sport is becoming a whole new women’s world, with a host of female presenters, newscasters, reporters and correspondents. They even have a female fronting their boxing on big fight nights.