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Anthony Clark and Donna Kellogg won silver at the World Championships in 2006 and believe they can go one better in Beijing

Anthony Clark and Donna Kellogg: The Chinese will boo us. We want to silence them

Having won the European badminton title, Anthony Clark and Donna Kellogg are confident of tackling hostile crowds and a tough draw in Beijing.

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Gymnastics: Tweddle confident she will be fighting fit for Beijing

Wednesday, 30 July 2008

Beth Tweddle has played down concerns over her fitness ahead of next month's Olympics. The 23-year-old injured an ankle in training in June so was unable to defend her all-around title at the recent National Championships and also has worries about a rib problem.

Hosts' gymnasts may be barred from Olympics

Tuesday, 29 July 2008

Two female Chinese gymnasts, including a gold-medal favourite, might be too young to participate in the Beijing Olympics. Several online records and reports show He Kexin, the host nation's top competitor on uneven bars, and Jiang Yuyuan might not yet be 16, the minimum age for Olympic eligibility for gymnastics. Both were chosen for China's team last week.

Trigger happy: Faulds is targeting a place on the podium next month: 'I'd like to think I can make the final and finish in a medal position'

Richard Faulds: The Golden Shot takes aim

Sunday, 6 July 2008

As he prowls between shooting positions, there is an apparent nonchalance about the manner in which Richard Faulds prepares to down his prey during two practise rounds at Bisley Shooting Ground.

Bulgaria pulls weightlifters out of Games

Saturday, 28 June 2008

Bulgaria have withdrawn their weightlifters from August's Beijing Olympic Games after 11 members of the team failed dope tests, the national weightlifting federation said yesterday.

Beijing 2008: The Wright stuff: queen of trampoline is reaching for the stars

Sunday, 22 June 2008

Eight years ago she slipped a disc and was told she would never compete again but Claire Wright has bounced back and her soaring ambition brings high hopes of a medal in Beijing. By Alan Hubbard