April 17 2014 Latest news:
Olympic superstar Tom Daley has launched a diving academy aimed at getting people into the sport which has seen a surge in popularity due in no small part to his own celebrated achievements.
Two-time Olympic gold-medallist ED Clancy MBE will lead the field at a classic international cycling race at the former Olympic Velodrome to help celebrate the legacy of the games.
More than 50,000 people visited Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park when it threw open its doors to the public last weekend, new figures show.
Exclusive performance by multi award-winning phenomenon STOMP at the top of the ArcelorMittal Orbit
Olympic Park opened to the public for first time since London 2012
After a year and a half of closure and redevelopment, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park finally opened to the public with a weekend of special events.
Prince Harry and Boris Johnson met some of the many people who will benefit from the opening of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park today.
Arguably London 2012’s biggest star — the Olympic Park itself — is finally ready to play host to the public once again.
Youngsters can follow in the tracks of some of Britain’s cycling heroes by taking part in four bike courses at the newly opened Lee Valley VeloPark this Easter.
Thousands turned out to compete alongside Olympians, Paralympians and a host of famous faces in order to make money for Sport Relief over the weekend.
People cooked veggie burgers made from home-grown produce in a fire pit in Lower Clapton, as part of a feast celebrating community food growing gardens on an un-seasonally warm evening last week.
Olympic diver Tom Daley poised in his famous trunks is officially one of the sights of the London Aquatics Centre virtual tour.
More than 1,000 runners from across the borough will be able to take part in this year‘s National Lottery Newham London Anniversary Run after the Newham Mayor secured 1,000 free places.
“It didn’t look that steep on TV”, I say to myself while nervously strapping both feet into a bike with no brakes.
Reigning Olympic cycling champion Laura Trott has insisted even if no new talent comes out of the Lee Valley VeloPark, the legacy of the London 2012 Games will still have been a success.
Cycling heroes Laura Trott and Mark Colbourne helped reopen the 2012 VeloPark today – the first place in the world offering track, mountain bike, road and BMX facilities in one place.
A look back at the final seven days of the Torch Relay.
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