A beauty pageant queen and two world-class athletes – for a tiny island of 15,000 people, Anguilla has served Britain rather well this week. First, Dee-Ann Kentish-Rogers, who was born in the British Overseas Territory and lives in Birmingham, became the first black woman to be crowned Miss Universe
Greg Rutherford has admitted he will “probably be crying more than jumping” as he attempts to put his injury ravaged body through one final appearance at London’s Olympic Stadium on Sunday. The London 2012 long-jump champion has announced his impending retirement at the age of 31, but is desperate to
World indoor 60m champion Christian Coleman has a chance to establish his credentials as the leader of the sprint pack in the post-Usain Bolt era on the opening day of the London Diamond League meeting on Saturday. The 22-year-old US sprinter ended Bolt's four-year unbeaten 100m streak in the world
As part of the ramp-up toward Tokyo, Caeleb Dressel told Yahoo Sports he is signing a suit and apparel deal with Speedo.