With Team GB recording their best ever Paralympic medal haul in the Rio 2016 Games this summer, TSZ looks at the increase in funding Team GB has received and how this has correlated to an improvement in performance.
The use of video technology has been an increasingly significant aspect of sport for a number of years now, with opinion divided on whether or not it improves the spectacle for fans. TSZ looks at the evolution of video technology, and how it's applied in various sports.
Such is the case in the current sporting climate, high levels of achievement are followed by suspicion. In the aftermath of Team GB's cycling success on the track in Rio, questions were asked of their remarkable improvements. TSZ casts it's eye over the facts.
Following Atlanta 1996 - where Team GB came away with just one gold medal - a concerted drive to improve the nation's Olympic fortunes began. 20 years on, and Team GB have reaped the rewards from this effort - we look at which sports have received the most funding.
With Team GB producing the goods (and the Golds!) in the Rio 2016 Olympics, the stories behind the athletes are often as intriguing as the sport itself. With that in mind, we look at the birthplaces of all medallists over the last 20 years to see which part of GB is producing the most Olympic medallists
When do Olympians reach their peak? TSZ looks at what defines an individual's prime years, and with such a wide variety of sports being contested at the Summer Olympic Games, there are some stark differences.
Jessica Ennis-Hill has played down her chances of defending her Heptathlon crown in Rio, but what do the stats suggest the outcome will be? TSZ projects the standings after each event, and it's good news for British fans!
As golfers tee off in Rio today, the sport makes its return to the Olympic Games for the first time since 1904. Although some high profile names will not be appearing, TSZ gives you the lowdown on the format and the medal favourites for the competing nations in both the men's and women's event.
Not all amateur boxers make the jump up in class to the professional ranks, but how many Olympic medalists have gone on to take titles at professional level over the years?
As Jamaican superstar Usain Bolt eyes up a historic "triple-triple" of gold at the 100m, 200m and 4x100m relay at Rio 2016, we assess his chances of success and compare him with Olympic greats of the past. Where does he stack up in the all-time list?
USA and China will once again be battling for supremacy at the Olympics, but who will come out on top? Taking into account both Brazil's home advantage and Russia's exclusion from many events, TSZ predicts how the medal table will take shape at Rio 2016.
One of the most popular Olympic events, Swimming kicks off this weekend at the Olympic Aquatics Stadium in Brazil. With a delve into the history books, TSZ predicts how many World Records we could witness in the pool at Rio 2016.
With Rio 2016 fast approaching, TSZ looks at the extent to which home advantage may go in Brazil's favour. Based on their previous Olympic performances, how well can we expect the host nation to perform?
With the world's biggest sporting event just under two weeks away, TSZ delves into the historical performance of different nationalities at the Olympics in order to better understand the most successful countries, where this success comes from and if population size can be the reason for success.