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  • The Countdown to Beijing begins

    Date 09/07/2004

    With some 36 days to go until the 2004 Olympics get underway, UK Sport today looked beyond Athens and announced the funding package available to support leading athletes up to the next summer Games in Beijing 2008.

  • London named as 2012 Candidate City

    Date 18/05/2004

    The International Olympic Committee announced today that London - along with Madrid, Moscow, New York and Paris - has made it on to the short-list of cities bidding to host the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

  • Explained: New sport funding plans

    Date 20/11/2003

    Two announcements in recent weeks - by UK Sport and Sport England - are set to have a significant effect on the way that Olympic sports are supported by the Sports Councils.

  • Martin skips curlers to Gold in Salt Lake

    Date 22/02/2002

    The women's curling team, led by skip Rhona Martin, won Great Britain's first Gold medal at a Winter Olympics since 1984 with victory over Switzerland in a dramatic final on Thursday.

  • Alex Coomber wins Team GB's first medal

    Date 21/02/2002

    Alex Coomber won Britain's first medal in Salt Lake after finishing third in the Bob Skeleton on day thirteen of the Games. The women's curling team are assured of at least a Silver after making the final.

  • £1m scientific support for UK Athletics

    Date 25/05/2001

    A one million pound four-year plan was unveiled this week by UK Athletics to give the UK's leading athletes unprecedented scientific support through to the 2004 Olympic Games and beyond.

  • Training opens new doors for sliders

    Date 02/05/2001

    British sliders have been given a performance boost in their ambition to dominate the sport of Bob Skeleton, following UK Sports Institute training in the use of video and coaching analysis software.

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