A Manchester football club has been selected to represent England at the Tiger Beer Street Football Grand Finals next week in Vietnam.
One of the world’s top ranked squash players met with local enthusiasts at Moss Side Leisure Centre’s newly refurbished courts on Friday 1 November.
Local rugby heroes and Manchester schoolchildren came together today this week to mark the start of the two year countdown to the Rugby World Cup 2015 in Philips Park, East Manchester.
A group of young heroes who saved a child from drowning have been honoured by the Lord Mayor.
East Manchester will welcome a major new sporting hub, becoming the national home of both Speedway and Basketball, as proposals for the Belle Vue Sports Village are unveiled.
Boxing-themed exercise classes for tots as young as four have bred a new type of teenybopper.
More than £20,000 has been awarded to sports clubs, athletes and coaches across Manchester, as part of the legacy of the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
A new report suggests that Manchester has benefitted more from the Olympic and Paralympic Games than any UK city outside London.
Olympic and Paralympic athletes will help Manchester show its appreciation of the hard work of the city’s best sports clubs, coaches, athletes, schools and volunteers at the Manchester Sports Awards.
A Manchester post box is to remain gold as a permanent reminder of the city’s victorious Olympic athletes.
A man who has spent the last twenty years tracing his family tree, finally got to see the home of his Tatton ancestors as Wythenshawe Hall reopened its doors again recently.
A serviceman who lost both legs and an arm while on duty in Afghanistan is among a group of people with disabilities who will help launch the Paralympic Games in Manchester.
(20,000th) Lap of honour: Disabled cycling group from Wythenshawe pedal to glory with Brazil’s Paralympic elite
Brazilian Paralympic cyclists have met a group of disabled children and adults who pledged to ride 20,000 laps of a sports track – the same distance as London to Rio de Janeiro.
Would-be triathletes can have a go at this gruelling endurance sport - in the comfort of Exchange Square's popular Olympics Live Site.
More than a thousand people flocked to Wythenshawe Park today for a mass Zumba session – as part of the town’s own version of London 2012.
Swimmers based at Manchester Aquatics Centre will be representing their country during the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Thai Olympic hopefuls have arrived in Manchester to train for London 2012.
Manchester youngsters will soon be able to see world-class athletes up close, with Australian Olympic hopefuls due to set up home in the city’s Aquatics Centre.
Levenshulme and Burnage Boxing Academy will officially open its doors on Friday 29 June at 7.15pm.
The last generation may have grown up inspired by Girl Power – but today’s youngsters in Wythenshawe have a new mantra all about willpower.
Northern Thunder were crowned champions at the nail biting final of the Fiat Netball Super League, their first ever Superleague victory.
A woman with a rare disease which means she can’t control how she moves has beaten the odds by learning how to swim again.
More charities are set to benefit from the Bupa Great Manchester Run after a group of young volunteers collected nearly a tonne of clothing during the event.
Manchester City Council is seeking residents’ views on proposed new swimming pools and libraries in Chorlton, Levenshulme and East Manchester.
The Manchester Primary School Squash competition saw three schools from across Manchester compete to be crowned Manchester Champions 2011-2012 at the National Squash Centre on Thursday 10 May.
The teacher who trained the wheelchair dance duo on last night's semi-finals of Britain's Got Talent (BGT), has spoken of his pride in both the act and art gaining national recognition.
A Normandy veteran who narrowly missed being selected for the 1948 London Olympics will be welcoming sports fans from across the world to Greater Manchester for this summer’s Olympic events.
Sprinter Clovis Asong, 17, and BMX Racer Valerie Zebrokova, 14, have both been selected onto their sport’s governing body’s programmes for talented athletes and are on course to become future Olympians.
Saturday 18 February saw Manchester City Council and the City of Manchester Water Polo Club begin a five year partnership that will help develop and promote the sport across the city.
Plans for a new £4.5 million football stadium in North Manchester with facilities which will benefit the wider community are moving forwards.
A victory parade will be held on Monday 30 May to celebrate Manchester United’s record-breaking 19th league title and, potentially, their fourth Champions League trophy win.