Olympic trials 2012: James Ellington's eBay auction finally pays off with London 2012 Olympics spot James Ellington, the sprinter who was so desperate to qualify for the Olympics that he auctioned himself on eBay to raise funds for his training campaign, was rewarded for his enterprise when he won the 200 metres final at the Olympic trials in Birmingham to book his ticket to London 2012
Documentary that follows a number of top young British sprinters as they attempt to make it to the 2012 London Olympics. Made in partnership with Adidas, the film follows four young athletes, James Ellington, Richard Alleyne, Jeanette Kwakye and Omardo Anson, for a period of four years as they pursue their dreams of qualifying for the Olympics in their home nation.
British sprinter James Ellington does tricks in wheelchair just months after career-threatening motorbike crash The 31-year-old broke numerous bones in the head-on crash but vowed to return to the sport he loves
Two British sprinters seriously injured in Spain accident "Regretfully we can confirm that James Ellington and Nigel Levine have sustained injuries following a road accident in Tenerife on Tuesday evening," a statement said. #ZincLegal #RoadTrafficAccident
James Dasaolu wins stunning 100m race to book place in GB team for Rio