SIR BRADLEY WIGGINS: A LOOK BACK FROM LYG TO SUPERSTARDOM »
29th December 2016 | Sir Bradley Wiggins, five-time Olympic champion and Britain’s first Tour de France winner, announced his retirement from cycling at the end of 2016. The 36-year-old, who made history with his 2012 Tour win before going onto become...
LONDON YOUTH GAMES GAMESFORCE PROGRAMME SHORTLISTED FOR LONDON SPORT BIGGER AND BETTER WORKFORCE AWARD »
24th November 2016 | GamesForce, the popular volunteer programme of the London Youth Games Foundation, has been shortlisted for the London Sport “Bigger and Better Workforce” Award.The programme was nominated by LYG’s Nicky Affleck and Denzel...
SUNSHINE IS WELCOME GUEST AS BOROUGHS KICK OFF LONDON YOUTH GAMES 2017 BIDS »
19th November 2016 | Bromley and Wandsworth dominated yet again on a beautiful day on Hampstead Heath as the London Youth Games 2016/17 season got underway with the Cross Country competition.Sunshine and low temperatures were the order of the day on Saturday 19...
TEAM GB NAMED AS WORLD’S BEST AFTER RIO 2016 »
16th November 2016 |
GB’s hockey heroines, including alumna Sophie Bray, also named Best Women’s Team
JOANNA ROWSELL-SHAND ELECTED ONTO THE BOA’S ATHLETES’ COMMISSION »
15th November 2016 | Olympic champion takes up new role with BOA
MAGGIE ALPHONSI TO BE INDUCTED TO WORLD RUGBY HALL OF FAME »
15th November 2016 | London Youth Games alumna joins illustrious list of rugby superstars