BOA teams up with Deloitte for Rio 2016The BOA announces that professional services provider Deloitte will help with preparations for Rio 2016.
Pozzi "taking things slowly"Pavey, Rutherford win writers' awards2016 Olympics to feature morning finalsOhuruogu harbours Doha concernsDoha to host 2019 IAAF World ChampionshipsGrabarz returning to fitnessInterview: Team GB's Jo PaveyTahri targets Olympic goldGermany plans to make doping a crimeChris Tomlinson vows to continueWarburton, Williams hearing delayedHudson-Smith grateful for fundingTalbot retains financial backingEnnis-Hill targets World Championships
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Mo Farah to make cross-country returnDouble Olympic champion Mo Farah will make his first cross-country appearance in four years at the Great Edinburgh Cross Country in January.
British Olympic Association teams up with Deloitte for Rio 2016The BOA announces that professional services provider Deloitte will help with preparations for Rio 2016.
Nov 26, 12:10
Andrew Pozzi "taking things slowly"British hurdler Andrew Pozzi is taking his recovery from two foot operations "slowly".
Nov 22, 10:43
Jo Pavey, Greg Rutherford win writers' awardsEuropean champions Jo Pavey and Greg Rutherford win the yearly British Athletics Writers' Association awards.
Nov 22, 10:24
2016 Olympics to feature morning finalsThe IAAF announces that as many as 13 finals will take place during the morning at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Nov 19, 15:39
Christine Ohuruogu harbours Doha concernsTeam GB's Christine Ohuruogu questions the decision to host the 2019 World Athletics Championships in Doha.
Nov 19, 11:45
Doha, Qatar named as host of 2019 World Athletics ChampionshipsQatari capital Doha will host the 2019 World Athletics Championships.
Nov 18, 14:13
High jumper Robbie Grabarz returning to fitnessGreat Britain's Robbie Grabarz says that he should be fit enough to return to the high jump at the start of 2015.
Nov 16, 16:16
Interview: Team GB's Jo PaveySports Mole catches up with European champion Jo Pavey, who reveals that even though she will be nearly 43, the Olympic Games in Rio are very much in her plans.
Nov 16, 12:40
Bouabdellah Tahri targets Olympic goldExperienced Bouabdellah Tahri confirms that he will compete in the steeplechase at the next Olympic Games in Brazil.
Nov 12, 10:25
Germany plans to make doping a crimeUnder potential new guidelines, German athletes that test positive for performance-enhancing drugs could be sentenced to three years in prison.
Nov 11, 16:11
Chris Tomlinson vows to continueDespite losing his lottery funding, veteran long jumper Chris Tomlinson says that he will continue to compete.
Nov 11, 15:21
Gareth Warburton, Rhys Williams hearing delayedA hearing into the failed drugs tests of Welsh athletes Gareth Warburton and Rhys Williams is delayed until December.
Nov 11, 11:01
Matthew Hudson-Smith grateful for fundingGreat Britain's Matthew Hudson-Smith speaks of his delight upon learning that he is to receive top-tier funding.
Nov 10, 16:59
Danny Talbot retains financial backingSprinter Danny Talbot will continue to receive funding as he prepares for the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil.
Nov 8, 12:20
Jessica Ennis-Hill targets World Championship participationGreat Britian's Jessica Ennis-Hill is hoping to compete at the World Championships in preparation for the 2016 Olympic Games.
Nov 8, 11:06
Isobel Pooley "not scared of the big stage"Great Britian's high jumper Isobel Pooley says that she is not afraid of competing at the upcoming World Championships and Olympic Games.
Nov 8, 10:25
Goldie Sayers undeterred despite lottery funding snubBritish javelin thrower Goldie Sayers reveals that she remains committed to the sport despite losing out on lottery funding for next season.
Nov 6, 18:04
Linford Christie confident of British challengeFormer 100m Olympic champion Linford Christie hopes that Great Britain's current crop of sprinters can make their mark at next year's World Championship in Beijing.
Nov 5, 16:26
Jo Pavey 'expected' to miss out on lottery fundingDistance runner Jo Pavey insists that she expected to miss out on receiving lottery funding for next season.
Nov 5, 16:07