UK Sport believe that Great Britain's ambitious target to improve on their London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic performance in Rio de Janeiro this summer is "within sight".
Three-times swimming world champion Liam Tancock is set to join the Board of new global sportswear brand Swimzi Ltd after the Briton invested in the equity of the company this year.
Youth Sports Trust chair Baroness Sue Campbell and veteran hurdles coach Malcolm Arnold have been named honorary members of UK Sport's Coaching Fellowship due to their "proven track record of delivering sustained success".
Chancellor George Osborne has defied expectations by announcing a 29 per cent increase in Exchequer funding to UK Sport, Britain’s elite sports agency, as part of the Government’s comprehensive spending review.
UK Sport, Britain’s elite sports agency, has agreed to provide up to £849,000 ($1.3 million/€1.2 million) to help fund a British bid for the 2019 European Showjumping, Dressage and Para-Dressage Championships.
UK Athletics has announced the Para-athletes who have been offered support through its 2015-16 World Class Performance Programme (WCPP).
UK Sport, Britain’s elite sport funding body, has warned that any cuts stemming from this autumn’s British Government Comprehensive Spending Review (CSR) could have a “significant impact” on the nation’s future sporting success.
Bupa UK will continue offering medical support to top British athletes after the signing of a three year contract extension with UK Sport, it has been announced.
United States remain on target to finish top of the medals table at next year's Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, according to a latest projection published with a year to go, with Britain expected to win just 10 golds and Brazil predicted to sneak into the top 10 with nine.
Competition schedules for the 2015 Boccia European Team and Pairs Championships has been released ahead of the tournament, which is due to commence tomorrow at the Surrey Sports Park in Guildford, England.
British Olympic Association receive boost for Rio 2016 as UK Sport to fund help pre-Games training camp
UK Sport have announced they are to inject £1.9 million ($2.9 million/€2.7 million) into Team GB’s preparation camp for the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Britain’s men’s handball team will compete for the first time in two years at the upcoming International Handball Federation (IHF) Emerging Nations Men’s Championship in Kosovo.