8:38am Tuesday 9th October 2012
THE Olympics may be over, but the spirit of the games lives on in Haxby, where a paralympic torch visited a local supermarket.
8:16am Thursday 30th August 2012
A YORK family has told how they inadvertently witnessed the lighting of the Paralympic flame while on holiday in Wales.
10:29am Saturday 25th August 2012
THE Paralympic flame arrived in York to a warm reception from cheering crowds yesterday.
10:29am Thursday 9th August 2012
CITY of York Athletics Club star Richard Buck has missed out on a place in the Great Britain quartet for today's heats of the 4x400 metres at the London 2012 Olympic Games.
12:00pm Wednesday 8th August 2012
PROUD Geoff Barraclough says he will wear a placard around York declaring he is Richard Buck’s grandfather if the runner gets the nod for Great Britain’s 4x400 metres Olympic relay squad tomorrow.
9:54am Wednesday 8th August 2012
JACK Laugher has been tipped for a long Olympic diving career despite having a torrid Games debut in the three-metre springboard at London 2012.
9:40am Tuesday 7th August 2012
Updated: A MAN from the Selby area who was charged with a public order offence after a bottle was thrown at the start of the men’s Olympic 100m final has pleaded not guilty when he appeared
11:06am Tuesday 7th August 2012
BEN Pipes insists it could take more than a decade for Britain’s men’s volleyball team to be competitive internationally – but with their Olympic debut done he’s adamant they’ll get there.
10:51am Tuesday 7th August 2012
STEVEN LARSSON cut an emotional figure as his London 2012 handball journey came to an end – but he insists it’s so long, not goodbye to the sport.
10:48am Tuesday 7th August 2012
RIPON Grammar School pupil Jack Laugher missed out on a place in the three-metre springboard diving final at London 2012.
10:27am Monday 6th August 2012
STEVEN Larsson’s Olympic handball adventure is nearing its end following a fourth defeat that exposed Great Britain’s inexperience.
11:50am Friday 3rd August 2012
SOME 48 hours after he stepped on to the podium to collect an Olympic Games bronze medal, York rower Tom Ransley was still immersed in confusion.