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Britain's Kelly Sotherton is set to be upgraded to an Olympic bronze medal for the second time in five months after retrospective drug tests.
Ellie Downie rounds off her impressive European Gymnastics Championships with a silver medal on the floor on the final day.
British diver Tom Daley wins 10m platform bronze at the World Series event in Windsor, Canada.
Shauna Coxsey takes silver in the second Bouldering World Cup event of the year as she continues her title defence.
GB's Jack Laugher wins gold in the 3m springboard in Canada, but finishes second overall in the World Series.
Great Britain's Natalie Powell wins bronze at the European Championships after beating Karen Stevenson of the Netherlands.
British gymnast Ellie Downie claims vault silver and uneven bars bronze, while Courtney Tulloch wins rings silver at the European Championships.
Great Britain's James Hall wins all-around bronze at the European Gymnastics Championships in Romania.
Sam Oldham believes he has improved before his return to the Great Britain gymnastics team after a two-year competitive absence.
Six-time Olympic champion Jason Kenny could retire before the next Games, says his wife and fellow cyclist Laura Kenny.
Sir Chris Hoy says recent allegations of bullying and discrimination "are not experiences I recognise from my time at British Cycling".
Miguel Francis says he is more likely to fulfil his potential after switching allegiance from Antigua and Barbuda to Great Britain.
Three more athletes are stripped of their Olympic medals after failing retests of their Beijing 2008 and London 2012 doping samples.
Olympian Natalie Powell is selected in the GB squad for the 2017 European Judo Championships in Warsaw this month.
Nick Skelton, who won Olympic gold for Great Britain in the individual show jumping at Rio 2016, is to retire in May.
When it comes to handing out funding, UK Sport should take into account how a sport can inspire people, says UK Athletics chairman Ed Warner.
British Canoeing becomes the latest national sports governing body to be embroiled in an athlete welfare controversy.
Former Olympic silver medallist Paul Ratcliffe is named British Canoeing's new performance director.
Britain's Kate French claims her first modern pentathlon World Cup win with a dominant performance in Cairo.
British Olympic and Paralympic sport must improve its record on athlete welfare, says Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson.