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Imani Lansiquot says she will "grab this opportunity with both hands" after being added to the 100m team for the World Championships in Qatar.
Joe Fraser cannot wait to show his form on the global stage having been named in the GB squad for the World Championships in Stuttgart.
No shoes, no rackets and smelly clothes! Emily Appleton reveals how she laughed in the face of adversity on a lively two weeks playing in Germany.
Andrew Pozzi and Imani Lansiquot have been named in a 72-strong British squad for the World Championships in Qatar.
Conquering jet lag, feeling 'light and floaty' to wall woe. Climber Molly Thompson-Smith opens up on a rollercoaster World Championships.
GB swimmer Max Litchfield gives a brutally honest assessment of his World Championships but vows the hurt will drive him to greater things.
GB sprinter Imani Lansiquot is in great shape for the British Championships and ready for a nerve-jangling weekend with places at the Worlds up for grabs.
Andrew Pozzi has expressed his frustration at having to pull out of the British Championships in Birmingham at the weekend.
Para swimmer Ellen Keane spends a few days with the Vinbag GAA team and learns to love the sport and picks up a load of new skills along the way.
Former Sky Scholar Savannah Marshall resumes her pursuit of a world title fight on the Vasiliy Lomachenko-Luke Campbell bill at The O2.
Facing some of the world's top players in Germany. Bouncing back from injury.... How did Daniel Altmaier get on as a wildcard at the Hamburg European Open?
Francesca Summers is fired up for the Modern Pentathlon European Championships in Bath with 16 places at Tokyo 2020 up for grabs.
GB swimmers Max Litchfield and Freya Anderson produced gutsy shows on the last day of the World Championships but it wasn't enough to make the podium.
Andrew Pozzi clattered a few late hurdles but he showed enough form and early speed at the Anniversary Games to keep his spirits buoyant.
GB swimmers Freya Anderson and Max Litchfield cannot wait to go up against the world's best in Gwangju.
GB swimmer Max Litchfield took a day off from his World Championship preparation to witness some England World Cup fireworks at Edgbaston.
Imani Lansiquot is now the fourth fastest British female after a record-breaking run in Switzerland, but it didn't come without some airport drama!
Freya Anderson is shocked to have left school for good but with a World Championships coming up it's full steam ahead in the pool.
Molly Thompson-Smith had to battle high altitude and a popping shoulder in America ahead of a new lead climbing campaign.
Imani Lansiquot may have trailed the winner by 0.01 of a second but the GB sprinter was more than satisfied with her efforts at the Meeting Stanislas.
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