December 18 2013 Latest news:
London Olympics cycling hero Sir Bradley Wiggins allegedly shocked guests at a dinner for child abuse victims with a crude sex joke.
Leyton Orient should be allowed to use the Olympic Stadium, peers said, as they branded Government plans to make the most of London’s staging of the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games as “unconvincing”.
Pupils at Burntwood Academy are ensuring the London 2012 legacy lives on after rubbing shoulders with an Olympic and Paralympic champion last week.
Tourism in the capital and nationwide has been given a massive boost by the London 2012 Games, according to senior tourism chiefs.
Leading lights from the British Olympic movement came together in London last night for special ball to mark 100 days until the Sochi Winter Olympics.
Sports scholar drawing on Paralympic experiences
Youngsters will get the chance to experience 10 different sports for free in an event put on by the Dalton Grant Academy
The Department for Transport (DfT) is losing a “Paralympic Games” momentum for improving access to transport for disabled people, according to a parliamentary committee.
Sebastian Coe believes new International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach is the “perfect choice”.
The Mayor of London has urged small businesses in the capital to take advantage of their special expertise following London 2012 to sell services to the recently-announced Games host city Tokyo.