There is no hierarchy when it comes to abuse around a woman's body image - whether you're a celebrity or the average woman on the street. But I find it utterly shocking that these Olympians are viewed as fair game for online abusers. Worse, that the abuse has affected a gold-medal athlete so badly, she may have altered how she looks to fit an image of what other people think she should look like.
Olympics golden girl Jessica Ennis has told thousands of people in her home city: "This is my home and this is the place
Olympic golden girl Jessica Ennis will unveil her new plaque on Sheffield's Hollywood-style Walk of Fame when she returns
A judo athlete and four officials from the Congo have vanished in London, joining seven other athletes who have gone missing
Victoria Pendleton is expected to earn £1m from endorsements Ben Ainslie, the four-time gold medallist, has suggested he
Heathrow is braced for one of its busiest days in history, opening a new terminal to deal with the challenge of getting thousands
Three athletes caught the attention of millions a fortnight ago during the Opening Ceremony. High-fiving, laughing and dancing
There are more than 10,000 athletes from 204 countries (technically, Olympic committees) competing in 302 events in 26 sports at the Olympics in London this summer.
Team GB will aim to get back into the winning habit after a rare gold medal-free day. Among the main contenders for a podium
Contrast the way the male swimmers have been portrayed, with cameras studiously focusing on their upper halves, while discussion centres on their athleticism, in comparison with some female swimmers bodies being questioned as being overweight, while women volleyball players find their bottom halves dominate the pictures.