Peter Hanlon Being an Olympian means so much to William Henzell, he turned his life upside down 18 months ago to ensure he did it once more with feeling.
Christopher Clarey Sebastian Coe, who ran world records and then ran the successful London Olympics, has announced his candidacy for the presidency of track and field's world governing body.
Harry Gordon Baron Pierre de Coubertin, the father of the modern Olympic Games, probably wouldn't recognise his distant offspring today. If he did, it is uncertain that he would approve.
Gordon Rayner in London The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry will attend almost 30 events between them during the London 2012 Olympics, and there are no prizes for guessing who bagged a ticket to the beach...
Richard Hinds In the lead-up to these Olympic Games, Australians have again been subjected to the great Olympic con.
Worried you’ll miss something at the London Games but too busy to study the schedule?
Chris Barrett Bernard Tomic is facing a stiff test in his bid to replicate his dream run at Wimbledon last year in the Olympic tournament at the All England Club, having been drawn to meet Japan's world No.
All but a handful of China's 396 Olympians competing in London have qualified for the Games under the patronage of the country's monolithic Soviet-style sports system.
Robert Dillon Ever-confident Lleyton Hewitt has declared himself a realistic chance of collecting a medal at the London Olympics — and maintains that he deserved the chance to make it two.
Chris Barrett Samantha Stosur will turn from Olympic athlete to spectator this week after being bundled out of both the singles and doubles draws on a forgettable first day for Australia's women at Wimbledon.
David Polkinghorne Brendan Jones will boycott Rio de Janeiro because he thinks golf has no place at the Olympic Games.
Chris Barrett Serena Williams sure has friends in high places. Usually, the 14-time grand slam winner's supporters' box is populated by family members, but for her first-round Olympics match on Saturday there was...
Olympic Notebook John Huxley PRINCE Philip once famously remarked of his daughter Anne, now Princess Anne, ''if it doesn't fart or eat hay she just isn't interested''.
Phil Lutton Join us for live coverage of Day 1 of competition at the London Olympics, featuring swimmer Stephanie Rice as she defends her Beijing 400m individual medley gold medal.
John Huxley Prince Philip once famously remarked of his daughter, Princess Anne, ''if it doesn't fart or eat hay she just isn't interested''.
Jacquelin Magnay London 2012 organisers promised an investigation after thousands of empty seats were visible yesterday at some of the most popular Olympic venues.
Georgina Robinson If there's one thing you can bank on in Britain it's that if a team or athlete bombs, no one will be as hard on them as their own tabloid press.
Australia's Bernard Tomic has been knocked out of the Olympic Games in straight sets by 15th seed Kei Nishikori of Japan.
Phil Lutton Live coverage of all the action of Day 2 of the London Olympics.