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Tuesday, November 13, 2018

London 2012 Day 5: The Gold Rush Begins for GB

Gold at last. James Gray sums up everything you might have missed.

Was Rio 2016 really worth it?

In our second piece on the Olympics, Andrew Williams takes a look at the Games and considers whether they are really worth it after all.

St Andrews alumna comes up short in Rio

Former St Andrews student Charlotte Taylor came agonisingly close to contention in Rio but just missed out on the rowing semi-finals.

The Olympic torch comes to St Andrews

The Olympic torch finally came to St Andrews during the early hours of Wednesday morning. The torch arrived to Land's End on May 19th...

The unique spectre of the World Cup

The noise is deafening, the atmosphere electric, and the tension palpable. The ball is fired across the box only for a defender’s desperate lunge...

The year that was 2012

Andrew McQuillan reviews this year's sporting world To quote lifestyle guru, Daily Mail reader and eminent sportscaster Alan Partridge, “what a year it’s been for...

In review: A summer of sport

As a keen football fan, sum­mertime (as Lana Del Rey so accu­rately said) is one full of sadness. Yes, there are a number of...

Honorary graduate becomes most successful female British Olympian

Katherine Grainger took silver in the double sculls yesterday to become the most decorated woman in British Olympic history.

London 2012: Team GB Slow To Start

James Gray fills you in on what you might have missed this weekend at London 2012.

London 2012 Days 8 & 9: Saturday Night’s Alright for GB...

In case you've been living in a cave, or perhaps Antarctica, here's what happened in East London this weekend for Team GB.