Some see it as an anachronism, a hangover from the British Empire. But for sports fans, the Commonwealth Games is a multi-sport fiesta, the perfect preparation for the Olympics and an introduction to a new wave of British sporting talent.Delhi's Commonwealth Games have proved ...
Mo Farah has long been one of Britain's most talented distance runners, but his stunning 5,000 and 10,000m victories at the European Championships this summer have cemented his position as an athletics hero.After becoming the first British man to win the long-distance double at t...
Introducing the comeback kid: Mark Lewis-Francis. After a year off due to Achilles injuries, the former 100m World Junior Champion was close to giving up running. Then along came new coach Linford Christie, new sponsor Puma and a renewed love of running.Nearly two years of slog l...
hurdler David Payne was watching the Championships at home, having failed to qualify for the American team. But when Dominique Arnold had to pull out of the event through injury, Payne was told to jump on the next flight to Osaka. Three days later he had a
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