London Olympics 2012

Two G4S directors have resigned in the wake of an independent review into the company's botched Olympic Games contract. Chief
Comedian Russell Howard has spoken out against the "censorship" of comedy during the London 2012 Olympic Games. He told Digital
As this fantastic sporting summer draws to a close, there has been a lot of talk about legacies. As well as lifting the public mood and, hopefully, bringing about a "fitter" nation, this summer's sporting events may have also had a dramatic impact on the business world.
The government has been criticised after ministers relaxed the rules that set out the minimum amount of outdoor space schools
For the past two weeks Britain has been engaged in something akin to a group hug over the success of the London Olympics and the achievement of Team GB in amassing enough medals to make us seem a nation of winners.
Spain failed to halt the continued dominance of the US men’s basketball team on Sunday, losing 107-100 to the stars of the
British driver Tom Daley has won bronze after a dramatic men's 10m final, losing out to America's David Boudia and China's
The Canadian team floored by disqualification Gold medal winners - Mo Farah and Usain Bolt There was controversy at the end
Battling boxer Luke Campbell earned Team GB another gold after a noisy Anglo-Irish tear-up at London 2012. Campbell, 24, from
The US has picked up another gold medal, winning the women's 4x400m relay on Saturday evening. The team of DeeDee Trotter
Unbelievable: Farah looked stunned after crossing the line Farah celebrates with a Union flag after winning a stunning 5000m
Orwell called sport an "unfailing cause of ill-will". It might seem strange to attach that pejorative to a Games so clearly enjoyed by so many, but witness the Twitter reaction after the US beat Japan in the basketball, or the innuendo thrown at 16-year-old Chinese swimmer Ye Shiwen.
David Cameron and David Beckham enjoyed an afternoon in the London sun on Friday, with politician and footballer spotted
The Olympics will soon be over for another four years. How will you survive without it? Well, don't wait for the closing ceremonies. Wipe away your tears now - and do sport.
The Olympics are coming to an end and that means we won't be spending our evenings on the sofa ogling fit Olympians while
As Tom Daley launches his bid for an Olympic gold medal in the preliminary rounds of the individual Men's 10m Platform tonight
Head to Stratford for London 2012 and you'll find one thing that's almost as noisy as the home crowd egging on the Team GB athletes.
Welsh fighter Jade Jones on Thursday made history by becoming Britain's first Olympic taekwondo champion. The 19-year-old
David Rudisha, the Kenyan athlete who earlier in the week ruled out besting his own world record in the 800 metres at the
Team GB's track and field stars have a lot going for them, as well as commitment, talent and success. They're also a likeable lot.