A new survey has found that most Britons would rather have access to sports facilities in the UK, enabling many to participate in sport, than medals at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
UK Sport chief executive Liz Nicholl has claimed they did not receive an accurate summary of an internal review at British Cycling.
UK Sport has rejected appeals from seven sports which challenged their funding decisions for the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
Chelsea Warr: One year out from Pyeongchang 2018, UK Sport are focused on retaining position as a sporting superpower
With one year to go to the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Games, it is fair to say that Olympic and Paralympic sport in the UK is in a position of real strength.
UK Sport are set to hear representations from sports seeking to challenge their funding decisions for the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo at the start of next week.
Nicole Cooke claimed that British Cycling has "got used to not being accountable to anyone" as the Olympic gold medallist presented damning evidence to a British Parliament Culture, Media and Sport Committee here today.
UK Sport's funding decisions for the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo are set to be challenged by eight governing bodies.
The news that double Rio 2016 Paralympic champion Kadeena Cox has had her UK Sport funding suspended by British Athletics while she is involved in the latest series of the Channel 4 celebrity "snow show" The Jump is unsurprising.
Four-time Paralympic medallist Kadeena Cox has had her UK Sport funding suspended by British Athletics while she participates in Channel 4’s winter sport series The Jump due to the safety risks involved.
The sporting year of 2016 appears, in retrospect, like a dramatic struggle between the forces of light and darkness.
Goalball UK has been awarded £1.3 million ($1.6 million/€1.5 million) from Sport England in order to continue what it describes as "the remarkable progress being made in grassroots participation".
I found myself guilty of hypocrisy in my reactions to two different sporting issues last week.
Last Friday (December 9), we at UK Sport announced our investment decisions for Tokyo 2020 alongside our challenging ambition to deliver more medals and medallists in Japan.
Brian Oliver: There is something not quite right about UK Sport's "jolly hockey sticks" funding list
Was it mere coincidence that UK Sport chose last Friday, the day when the media was hungry to hear the latest revelations about Russian cheats, to announce its funding plans for the next Olympic cycle?
Wheelchair Rugby has had its funding from UK Sport completely cut for the next four years in the build up to the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo.