Sportsmanship examines sporting traditions from around the world and explores the difference between following the rules and being a good sport. How do different cultures and sports define being a good sport? Are there... more>>
Having lost my right foot in a boating accident when I was 16, it looked like I would never realise my ambition to be a top sportsperson. But then I got a prosthetic leg and discovered that I could still run and I had a... more>>
How much do you know about Wold Cup football? See if you can answer these questions:
Who received the FIFA Best Young Player award at the 2010 tournament?
Which country won the first ever World Cup?
What is... more>>
Relive the achievements of the 2012 Olympics and Team GB! From Jessica Ennis's heptathalon victory to Andy Murray's triumph and Mo Farrah's record-breaking runs, all the stories of London 2012 are collected together in... more>>
'Perfection is an impossibility but striving for perfection is not. Do the best you can. That is what counts'
John Wooden coached his UCLA team to a record 99 consecutive victories during his long career. Find out... more>>
'My players never give up. Their team spirit is unbelievable. You can talk about tactics all you like but team spirit won us this match.'
Manager Alex Ferguson coached Manchester United to success in the 1999... more>>
'If you can't give 110 percent then you shouldn't do it íV I've given 110 percent in my sport'
Lennox Lewis retired from professional boxing in 2004 having proved himself one of the greatest fighters of all time.... more>>
'If you feel bad after 10 miles, you're in trouble. If you feel bad at 20 miles, you're normal. If you don't feel bad at 26 miles, you're abnormal'
Australian runner Rob de Castella competed in four Olympic... more>>
'My dream is to be in the Olympics and get a gold medal. I can't wait for that to happen.'
US ice skater Sarah Hughes achieved her dream at the 2002 Olympics in Salt Lake City. Find out what it takes to become a... more>>