March 31 2015 Latest news:
An aspiring athlete from north Norfolk has been given a push towards her goal of becoming a professional cyclist.
A monumental piece of 9/11 Twin Towers steel recovered from Ground Zero has been made into a striking public artwork for Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Paralympic gold medal swimmer Jessica-Jane Applegate is training hard for the Rio 2016 games – and she is being backed by a Bradwell businessman.
As obesity becomes a growing problem and time spent exercising dips, ROSA MCMAHON reports on a new strategy to tackle the trend.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson descended on Newham today to announce an extra 1,500 homes to be built in the Olympic Park.
Having a ball with handball at Goodmayes school
A career in sport doesn’t necessarily have to mean being a talented athlete.
Budding basketball stars were given the chance to meet Team GB captain Drew Sullivan at the launch of a new initiative.
Record-breaking runner Mo Farah is hoping to relive the London 2012 experience when he returns to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park track this summer.
Young swimmers had possibly the best inspiration to improve their skills in a coaching session led by Olympians and members of Team GB.
The former Olympic Stadium is inching ever closer to reopening with installation begininning on the first of 14 new floodlight towers.
One of the slower fitness classes out there, Tai Chi is practised by many millions worldwide. Reporter Mark Shales has discovered his inner zen at the London Aquatics Centre
Students at a primary school in Queen’s Park joined a star of Team GB and the Arsenal Ladies football team at the official kick-off of their brand new games area last week.
A French construction giant has landed a 25-year contract to run the former Olympic Stadium.
The world’s largest museum and research complex is set to open its first ever permanent exhibition outside America in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
It’s a well-known fact of life that any event is improved by adding food.
A look back at the final seven days of the Torch Relay.
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