Forget the opening ceremony - we were all too busy trying to work out what was going on and why the Queen was hanging out
Jessica Ennis stormed to victory in the last heptathlon heat of the 100m hurdles, posting the fastest time for a heptathlete
One of the main Tube lines serving the Olympic Park was suspended in east London on Friday morning as hundreds of thousands
Ennis started running at the Don Valley Stadium when she joined the City of Sheffield Athletics Club aged 13. Unusually for
It's graduation time again, when. after years of gruelling exams, all you hard-working students finally get to don your gowns
After the flags have come down in Regent Street, the athletes have departed the village, and the nation reflects on Britain's performance as both host and competitor, a particular observation may dawn on public and punditry alike. The extent of Team GB's medal table standing may well be due to the disproportionate success of its women athletes.
Skimpy outfits, made-up faces, smoothly waxed bodies. These are some of the images that come into my head when I think of the Olympics. I'm certainly not sporty in any way myself. So perhaps I'm going about it all wrong when I look at athletes, especially female ones, and wonder why their bodies are so hairless and why their leotards and sports bras seem to barely cover their flesh.
Jessica Ennis, like Victoria Pendleton, has decided to dabble with modelling ahead of the London 2012 Olympics. The heptathlete
Laura Robson strikes me as centred, sorted and secure sportswoman capable of taking criticism in her athletic stride. Sadly, there is a body of evidence suggesting that ill-judged remarks only add unwanted and unbearable pressure to the strain of competition for other female athletes.
Olympic hopeful Jessica Ennis today laughed off suggestions that she was "fat". The word is supposed to have been used about