Sir Howard Elston, our sporting correspondent, reports trackside on the loopyloop world of the Tokyo Olympics.
Steve Beauchampé takes issue with government and corporate hypocrisy, tazered with a dose of racist malignancy within the private sector.
Wrestling is being dropped from The Olympics. Richard Lutz remembers his high school career
Swimming sensation Ellie Simmonds OBE was guest of honour when she went back to her old school in Aldridge to meet marathon readers.
Olympic hockey star Sally Walton took a festive step forward to help Solihull School’s Parents Association achieve a new fundraising goal.
A free professorial lecture being delivered at Coventry University on Thursday 31 January 2013 will address the major issues facing the global sport industry in the 21st century.
The University of Birmingham has signed a sports science based agreement with the Brazilian Government this month.
Olympians Geraint Thomas and Steven Burke attended the Black Country University Technical College’s ‘Accelerate Live’ event last weekend, inspiring students to learn about science and engineering.
International sports legacy experts will convene at the University of Birmingham this week to discuss the rationale behind hosting global mega-events and their lasting impact.
A Coventry-based manufacturer has played a crucial role in creating a secure and safe environment for one of the world’s greatest sporting events.
Watching Olympic bladerunners was glimpsing grace and power. But what happens, asks RICHARD LUTZ, when athletes using the latest technology outstrip abled bodied athletes? Who takes gold then at The Olympics?
LORD HOWARD ELSTON, our sports editor, is back after an enforced break and community service and says a Games re-boot is on the way.
One of the West Midlands leading independent retailers today announced a 49% rise in sales since the Olympics started six weeks ago.
Steve Beauchampé still doesn’t like David Cameron, or much of the press.
Birmingham is officially the place to be – just ask the fastest man in the world, Usain Bolt.
Laurence Inman has made the mistake of actually watching coverage of London 2012….
Birmingham athletics fans will be amongst the first in the country to watch an Olympic gold medal hero in action later this month
Paralympic wheelchair racer Anne Wafula Strike is amongst a host of disability sport experts set to speak at a three-day conference in Coventry
Tammy Facey enjoys the warmth of the Caribbean in the heart of Birmingham.
Richard Lutz is enjoying The Games but…
Laurence Inman has some advice for TEAM GB…..
Steve Beauchampé offers a partial solution to unsold seats at the Olympic Football Tournament.
Howard Elston, our sport correspondent, reveals how fighting fit Syria will work hard for victory in the London 2012 Games
The Public in West Bromwich are joining in with national celebrations to ring bells for London 2012 – and are seeking volunteers to join in!
Laurence Inman has been away – not so far from Olympia – and returns to find he should have stayed there.
Coventry Ambassadors are ready to begin meeting and greeting visitors to the city this week ahead of the first football fixtures of the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Usain Bolt may be in town, but we’ve seen better before. John Russell tells the forgotten tale of the greatest runner Birmingham has ever known.
Our security correspondent HOWARD ELSTON (OBE, DOA) unveils new plans to run Britain after The Olympics.
In the second of three articles about the ‘invisible middle’, Steve Beauchampé considers Birmingham’s involvement (or otherwise) in ‘the Great British summer’
One of the Royal Navy’s P2000 patrol vessels, HMS Exploit, has been honoured with an invitation to act as ceremonial escort for the Olympic Flame.