GB Olympic high jump medallist Germaine Mason killed in motorbike crashGermaine Mason, a high jump silver medallist for Great Britain in the 2008 Olympic Games, dies at the age of 34 following a motorbike accident in Jamaica.
Apr 20, 14:49
Six-time Olympic champion Jason Kenny 'considering retirement'Laura Kenny reveals that husband Jason Kenny is spending the next six months deliberating over whether to continue his cycling career into the next Olympic Games.
Apr 14, 20:27
Double Olympic champion Joanna Rowsell Shand announces retirementDouble Olympic champion Joanna Rowsell Shand announces her retirement from cycling.
Mar 14, 09:09
Greg Rutherford conned out of £48,000 by former managerGreat Britain long jumper Greg Rutherford was left "feeling sick" when he discovered that his former manager cheated him out of tens of thousands of pounds.
Mar 6, 18:21
Result: Tom Daley, Daniel Goodfellow finish fourth in BeijingTom Daley and Daniel Goodfellow finish fourth in the 10m synchro at the Beijing leg of the FINA World Diving Series.
Mar 3, 07:35
Seven sports fail in funding cut appealsBadminton is among seven sports to fail in their appeal against funding cuts from UK Sport for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic cycle.
Feb 20, 15:58
Davis Cup umpire undergoes eye surgery after being struck by ballUmpire Arnaud Gabas undergoes successful surgery on his eye to rectify the damage caused by being struck by a ball during Great Britain's meeting with Canada last week.
Feb 12, 16:37
Jack Laugher: 'No rift with British Diving'Team GB diver Jack Laugher insists that there is no ongoing rift between him and British Diving following his comments criticising the organisation.
Feb 8, 13:21
Denis Shapovalov: 'I let my country down'Canadian teenager Denis Shapovalov apologises for 'letting his country' down following his disqualification from the Davis Cup tie with Kyle Edmund of Great Britain.
Feb 6, 15:22
Result: Great Britain through to Davis Cup quarters after Canada disqualificationGreat Britain progress into the Davis Cup quarter-finals after Canada's Denis Shapovalov is disqualified for hitting the ball into the face of the chair umpire.
Feb 5, 23:04
Andy Murray to miss Davis Cup openerWorld number one Andy Murray rules himself out of Great Britain's Davis Cup first-round tie with Canada.
Feb 1, 21:28
Nicola Adams leaves Great Britain's Olympic boxing programmeTwo-time Olympic champion Nicola Adams leaves Great Britain's boxing programme, meaning that she will not be part of Tokyo 2020.
Jan 23, 10:39
British world champion Rebecca Gallantree retires from divingBritish world champion diver Rebecca Gallantree announces her retirement from the sport after competing in three Olympic Games.
Jan 19, 12:57
Olympic sprinter James Ellington 'truly blessed to be alive'James Ellington vows to bounce back from his "horrific accident", which left him with a suspected broken leg in two places and teammate Nigel Levine with a broken pelvis.
Jan 18, 21:04
Olympic sprinters James Ellington, Nigel Levine injured in motorcycle accidentBritish sprinters James Ellington and Nigel Levine are seriously injured in a motorcycle accident in Tenerife.
Jan 18, 12:48
Andy Murray, Mo Farah knighted in New Year's honours listAndy Murray and Mo Farah are handed knighthoods in the Queen's New Year's honours list, while Jessica Ennis-Hill is given a damehood.
Dec 30, 22:38
Andy Murray wins BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2016 awardBritish tennis star Andy Murray is named as the BBC's Sports Personality of the Year for 2016.
Dec 18, 21:10
Five Olympic, Paralympic events cut from UK Sport funding for Tokyo 2020UK Sport will not provide funding for archery, badminton, fencing, weightlifting or wheelchair rugby at Tokyo 2020.
Dec 9, 14:15
Jessica Ennis-Hill "so happy" to be awarded 2011 World heptathlon gold medalJessica Ennis-Hill says that she is "so happy" at being awarded her third World Championship heptathlon gold medal, after Tatyana Chernova was stripped of the 2011 title.
Nov 29, 21:36
BBC Sports Personality of the Year contenders announcedSixteen British competitors are in the running to be crowned as BBC's Sports Personality of the Year, including Andy Murray who has won the award twice in three years.
Nov 28, 21:22