Inspired by the Olympics to take up a new sport or return to one you used to enjoy? Here's how to get involved
Gold medal cyclist Victoria Pendleton hopes a legacy of the Olympics will be to promote fit healthy role models
We spoke with the British number 2 about getting into tennis, her experience at the Olympics and how her kit keeps her motivated
Olympic gold medal winner is keeping the momentum. Zest's Victoria Tremlin asks her why we should pick up an oar to do the same
The girls well and truly stole the limelight at this summer’s Olympic and Paralympic games, now it’s time to crown your favourite…
Feeling under pressure? Zest's Victoria Tremlin finds out how Olympic heptathlete Katarina Johnson-Thompson combines life and training
Forget the world records, the medals of gold, silver and bronze. Some moments from the Games stay with us for other reasons
Bringing you our favourite female moments of the London 2012 Paralympic Games
Support our female Paralympics stars in their bid for medal success
Straight out of Stratford, Christine Ohuruogu stays on track to compete in the Aviva Birmingham Grand Prix. Zest's Victoria Tremlin asks her how she's #keepthemomentum?
Watch the Heroes Tour as our stars of the aquatic centre keep the Olympic momentum going.
Fresh from the closing ceremony of the 2012 Olympics, Zest's Victoria Tremlin caught up with open-water swimmer Keri-Anne Payne to discuss taking up a new sporting challenge.
Monique Gladding, 30, is a synchronised diver. A year ago, a diving accident nearly killed her, yet she’s back competing for a place in Team GB.
There's no stopping our Olympics legends.
Olympic canoe and kayak competitors train 2-3 times a day, six days a week, fuelled by porridge, bananas and berries
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