He’s sworn off swimming competitively (for now). But that doesn’t mean he won’t be the world’s best ambassador for the sport
After the hugely successful Olympics and Paralympics, London now must try to deliver on its promise of using the games to help transform a long-blighted part of the city
Never mind London and forget about Rio: Which city will win the bid for the 2020 Games?
As the euphoria over the Olympics slowly fades, reports from sporting clubs and fitness centers across the country show that Brits’ enthusiasm for sport has continued.
Despite his surprising defeat in the 200 m on Sunday, Oscar Pistorius remains an icon for disabled athletes who hope to compete in the Olympic Games. And a surprising number of them already have
If the Olympics Opening Ceremony was edgy, the Paralympics Opening Ceremony traveled to the edge and beyond, encouraging the able-bodied among us to look, really look, at people with disabilities and, in so doing, to acknowledge our own.
Usain Bolt is thinking of taking up the long jump. Why we hope he gives it a serious shot.
How Kenyan Paralympic hero Henry Wanyoike triumphed over despair, ran his way to glory—and got his life back
Not every athlete spends four years solidly training for the Olympics. Here’s our pick of the competitors who are keeping the amateur spirit alive in sport by going back to their day jobs.
Does the rise of women athletes in India point towards a society that is learning to value its girls?