Some of the biggest names in British sport have remembered Dame Tessa Jowell for her key role in bringing the Olympics to London.
Dame Tessa Jowell will be remembered as one of the main political architects of the hugely successful 2012 London Olympics, which captured the public imagination like little else in recent history.
World champion Tom Daley’s bid for a third successive Commonwealth Games 10 metres platform title is over after he announced his withdrawal from the individual event due to a hip injury.
Fear and responsibility have taken on a greater meaning for Tom Daley after the world champion diver learned he was going to become a father.
Scottish running legend Liz McColgan opened a “Beat the Blockade” games in Qatar for British schoolchildren prevented from travelling abroad by a political row.
James Davies is an Olympic silver medallist with major domestic title honours – but he has admitted to thoughts that playing for Wales was “never going to happen.”
Britain’s most successful female windsurfer Bryony Shaw says she can take inspiration from Jessica Ennis-Hill and return to the Olympic podium as a new mum.
Pope Francis has praised the Pyeongchang Olympics for showing that sport can “build bridges between countries in conflict and give a valid contribution to peace”.
Sir Mo Farah is increasingly confident he can reach Tokyo 2020 as he prepares to launch his marathon career.
Olympic marathoner Ron Hill will use the determination that fuelled his extraordinary running career to help him fight Alzheimer’s disease, he has revealed.