Live: Follow our Olympic and Paralympic heroes on the London 2012 parade

The Argus: Equestrian Tina Cook from Findon, won silver in team eventing

11:50am Monday 10th September 2012

Sussex Olympic and Paralympic heroes are among the athletes taking part in the London 2012 parade today. Follow the live blog from noon

Munn sets sights on Rio

The Argus: Simon Munn in action for Paralympics GB

11:51am Monday 10th September 2012

Peacehaven's wheelchair basketball sensation Simon Munn dismisses suggestions that London 2012 was his Paralympic swansong

No medal for GB hockey men

The Argus: All over: Australia take the applause while, left of picture, Ashley Jackson is consoled

4:55pm Saturday 11th August 2012

Britain's hockey men were beaten 3-1 by Australia in their bronze medal play-off at the Riverbank Arena today.

GB hockey men bronze medal match v Australia LIVE

The Argus: Follow it live: Team GB are playing Australia for bronze

3:01pm Saturday 11th August 2012

Team GB's four East Grinstead players have a chance to leave London 2012 with a bronze medal around their necks when they play Australia in the third place play-off at the Riverbank Arena today (3.30pm).

Valiant effort by Brighton canoeist

The Argus: Up for it: Fans enjoy the canoe finals at Eton Dorney this morning

10:52am Saturday 11th August 2012

Jess Walker had to settle for seventh in her Olympic sprint canoe final at Eton Dorney today.

Bronze for Ball and the GB hockey girls

4:54pm Friday 10th August 2012

Brighton's Ashleigh Ball and the GB hockey girls have won a bronze medal at the Olympics.

Brighton canoeist paddles to second Olympic final

12:31pm Friday 10th August 2012

  Jess Walker is through to another Olympic final.

GB hockey men routed by Dutch

9:28pm Thursday 9th August 2012

GB were humiliated in their men's hockey semi-final against the Netherlands tonight.

Olympic spirit shines

8:00am Thursday 9th August 2012

With Team GB set to achieve a record medal haul, the Games are already being heralded as an overwhelming success. The atmosphere in the Olympic Park is said to be fantastic and we are repeatedly being told that it is a great time to be British. Reporter Ben James, right, went to see what all the fuss was about.

GB hockey girls lose semi-final

The Argus: Despair for Great Britain's women

9:26pm Wednesday 8th August 2012

Brighton's Ashleigh Ball and the GB hockey girls were beaten 2-1 by Argentina in their semi-final tonight.

Hairy moment for hockey girl

3:00pm Wednesday 8th August 2012

  Ashleigh Ball cannot play it straight for the GB hockey girls in tonight's hair-raising semi-final against Argentina.

Morrison medal bid ends in disappointment

The Argus: Stevie Morrison and Ben Rhodes

1:55pm Wednesday 8th August 2012

STEVIE Morrison and Ben Rhodes’ bid for bronze today fell flat at the London 2012 regatta as Danish pair Allan Norregaard and Peter Lang held onto the third place in the aftermath of the medal race.

Brighton canoeist misses out narrowly again

The Argus: Disappointment for Jess Walker, left, today

11:21am Wednesday 8th August 2012

Jess Walker endured Olympic heartache at Eton Dorney today.

Brighton butcher falls foul of Olympic brand laws

The Argus: Brighton butcher falls foul of Olympic brand laws

5:04pm Wednesday 8th August 2012

A Brighton butcher has branded Olympic bosses “pathetic” after they ordered him to remove a Games-themed barbecue display from outside his shop.

GB hockey men squeeze through

The Argus: Ashley Jackson celebrates his goal tonight

8:30pm Tuesday 7th August 2012

Britain's hockey men are through to their first Olympic semi-final since Seoul in 1988 after drawing 1-1 with Spain tonight.

Crunch time for hockey men

11:50am Tuesday 7th August 2012

The GB men's hockey team, packed with Sussex players, face a crunch Olympic qualification match against Spain tonight.

Olympic architect's humble beginnings at Littlehampton cafe

The Argus: STRIKING: The Olympic cauldron

1:40pm Tuesday 7th August 2012

Even the most successful designers have to start somewhere – and for the architect behind the Olympic cauldron that journey began in Sussex.

On the wrong track to get kids into sport

12:18pm Tuesday 7th August 2012

The London 2012 Olympics will “inspire a generation” to take up sport, boasts its motto.

Hove cat goes for gold with uncanny Usain Bolt impression

The Argus: PURR-FECT: Cash's Bolt impression

11:30am Tuesday 7th August 2012

A Hove kitty has purr-fected his impression of the world's fastest man in time to help celebrate his Olympic glory.

Brighton and Hove hoteliers suffer Olympics slump

10:10am Tuesday 7th August 2012

The 2012 Olympic Games has failed to provide a golden opportunity for business, according to hoteliers and B&B owners.

GB hockey girls beaten by double Dutch

The Argus: Ashleigh Ball is challenged

8:23pm Monday 6th August 2012

Britain's hockey girls lost their Olympic showdown with the Netherlands tonight, after leading through a goal supplied by Brighton's Ashleigh Ball.

Ball and GB hockey girls through to semi-finals

The Argus: Ashleigh Ball

4:06pm Monday 6th August 2012

Brighton's Ashleigh Ball and the GB hockey women are through to the semi-finals of the Olympics.

Walker's turn in the Olympic spotlight

The Argus: Jess Walker

9:43am Monday 6th August 2012

Jess Walker carries Sussex hopes in the canoe sprint events which get under way at Eton Dorney this morning.

Brighton beach's big Olympic screen shows Dirty Dancing during Super Saturday

11:20am Monday 6th August 2012

Millions tuned in to watch the greatest ever night for British athletics, when three gold medals were won within 45 minutes. But visitors to Brighton’s Big Screen were not so lucky.

Tina Cook and Zara Phillips celebrated Olympics win with a Big Mac

The Argus: BIG MAC FANS: Tina Cook and Zara Phillips

10:20am Monday 6th August 2012

Olympic star Tina Cook celebrated her silver medal by sneaking out with teammate Zara Phillips for a late-night burger.

Hockey men stage stirring comeback

The Argus: Ashley Jackson in action against Australia tonight

8:31pm Sunday 5th August 2012

Britain's hockey men produced an amazing fightback from 3-0 down to draw 3-3 with the world No. 1 Australians at the Riverbank Arena tonight.

Anger at pro-life Olympic leaflet put through Brighton doors

11:30am Sunday 5th August 2012

A campaign by pro-life campaigners linking abortion and the Olympics has been criticised as “tasteless” and “desperate”.

Hockey girls slip up

5:24pm Saturday 4th August 2012

The medal quest for Brighton-born Ashleigh Ball and the GB hockey women has taken an unexpected turn for the worst.

Disappointment for Sussex shooter Charlotte

11:14am Saturday 4th August 2012

Charlotte Kerwood's Olympic adventure is over.

More misery for handballers

11:25am Saturday 4th August 2012

Sussex duo Mark Hawkins and Seb Prieto suffered a fourth straight defeat with the GB handball team at the Olympics this morning.

Jackson the jewel as GB return to winning form

5:28pm Friday 3rd August 2012

Ashley Jackson glittered again in a 4-1 victory for the GB men's hockey team against Pakistan today, which puts them back on course for a semi-final spot.

Spofforth still has medal hope

The Argus: Gemma Spofforth

12:05pm Friday 3rd August 2012

Sussex swimmer Gemma Spofforth kept her medal hopes alive at the Aquatics Centre this morning.

Daley also deserves honour of Brighton statue

The Argus: Daley Thompson with his gold medal at the Moscow Olympics in 1980

2:47pm Friday 3rd August 2012

A call has gone out for a statue of Olympic champion Daley Thompson to join the one of Steve Ovett on Brighton seafront.

Ball on target in win for hockey women

8:21pm Thursday 2nd August 2012

Ashleigh Ball put GB's women on course for another hockey victory at the Riverbank Arena tonight.

Hawkins hits four in handball defeat

6:53pm Thursday 2nd August 2012

 Mark Hawkins took little consolation from his four-goal haul in the latest defeat for the GB men's handball team.

Two Sussex dancers chosen for Olympics closing ceremony

The Argus: Charlotte Dunn and Laura Hammond are performing in the closing ceremony at the London Olympics

11:00am Thursday 2nd August 2012

Out of thousands of performers who auditioned Sussex teenagers, Charlotte Dunn, 16, and Laura Hammond, 17, were among 200 selected to dance with mainly professional ballet stars

Jackson scores twice but GB are held

The Argus: Ashley Jackson celebrates today

5:51pm Wednesday 1st August 2012

East Grinstead hockey star Ashley Jackson scored both goals as Team GB were held to an action-packed 2-2 draw against South Africa.

Sussex girl has tough time in the pool

9:27pm Wednesday 1st August 2012

Sussex water polo ace Lisa Gibson was shut out by the powerful Australians as GB crashed to a 16-3 defeat in their second group game tonight.

Brighton sports psychologist coached Team GB's first gold medallists

The Argus: VICTORY: Helen Glover and Heather Stanning celebrate their victory

1:12pm Wednesday 1st August 2012

A Brighton sports psychologist has helped rowers Helen Glover and Heather Stanning to win Great Britain's first London 2012 gold medals.

Milestone for Middleton

The Argus: Barry Middleton

12:59pm Wednesday 1st August 2012

Barry Middleton leads GB's men's hockey team into Olympic action again this afternoon in the quest for back-to-back wins.

Fears Olympics could hit Sussex blood donor rates

10:20am Wednesday 1st August 2012

An urgent appeal has gone out to more people across Sussex to donate blood during the Olympics.

Cook thrilled with silver medal

The Argus: Tina Cook, right, with her medal

1:29pm Tuesday 31st July 2012

Sussex eventer Tina Cook is thrilled with a silver medal for Britain's eventing team.

Cook misses out on another medal

3:41pm Tuesday 31st July 2012

Tina Cook's hopes of another double medal Olympics crashed at Greenwich Park today.

Cook wins silver with Team GB

The Argus: WE DID IT! Tina Cook after her near-faultless round

1:00pm Tuesday 31st July 2012

Tina Cook helped Britain's eventing team to a silver medal in the Olympics at Greenwich Park today.

Spectacular Olympic rings created by Lewes firm

The Argus: STAR-RING ROLE: The Olympic rings

9:54am Tuesday 31st July 2012

It was possibly the most iconic moment of the London 2012 Olympic Games opening ceremony.

Middleton's delight with flying start

The Argus: Barry Middleton celebrates one of his two goals yesterday

9:00am Tuesday 31st July 2012

Barry Middleton’s two-goal salvo proved vital as the British men’s hockey team began their Olympic campaign in fine style but the skipper insists the result was down to an all-round team performance.

Boiling point for Cook

The Argus: Tina Cook in action

8:00am Tuesday 31st July 2012

Sussex racehorse trainer Nick Gifford is bracing himself for a nailbiting finish to his sister's hopes of Olympic glory today.

Cook shines again

The Argus: Tina Cook on Miners Frolic in 2008.

6:54pm Monday 30th July 2012

 Tina Cook produced another brilliant performance to lead the way for Team GB's eventers at Greenwich Park.

Hockey men have their say

The Argus: Barry Middleton

3:00pm Monday 30th July 2012

  Skipper Barry Middleton will not be a lone voice when he leads the GB men's hockey team into action at London 2012 tonight.

Morrison tipped for sailing success

The Argus: Stevie Morrison

9:00am Monday 30th July 2012

 Eastbourne's Steve Morrison is part of the strongest Team GB sailing line-up in Olympic history, according to his boss.

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