Judo players Euan Burton and Sarah Clark filmed on the day they were officially announced as selected to Team GB for the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games.
In her first Team GB 'Brits to Watch' video diary entry we see artistic gymnast Becky Downie in action on the bars and the beam at the British Team Championships and first Olympic qualifier.
Athens Olympic diving silver medallist Leon Taylor at the launch of the Team GB Beijing 2008 website in Covent Garden with Darren Campbell and synchronised swimmers Jenna Randall and Olivia Allison.
Team GB divers Blake and Pete spend their day off fixing Pete's motorbike ready for a ride.
Tim Brabants collects his 92 items of Olympic kit, ready for Beijing, at the Team GB kitting out operation in the Birmingham NEC.
Team GB men's singles badminton player Andrew Smith introduces himself from his home in Milton Keynes while surrounded by his brand new Team GB Beijing 2008 kit.
Andrew reveals the Team GB badminton players training schedule. In the lead up to the Olympic Games in Beijing attend a two week training camp in New Zealand and spend a week in Malaysia before joining the Team GB preparation camp in Macau.
Rachel and Team GB Women's Hockey Squad describe themselves
Footage from a training session with other members of the Team GB Judo Squad.
Euan training with other members of the Team GB Judo Squad
A debrief on the Team GB divers training camp as they re-enter Beijing prior to the Olympic Games
Leon takes us inside the Team GB Lodge, a venue run by the British Olympic Association which allows athletes to chill out with friends and family in Beijing
Tom Daley looks ahead to competing in the men's 10m platform individual competition. Fellow diver Tonia Couch sports a Team GB headband.
Team GB divers Ben Swain and Tom Daley pass time inbetween competitions with an arts and crafts session
eam GB retrospectively look back on the epic relay from the 1991 World Championships.
Team GB retrospectively look back on the epic relay from the 1991 World Championships.
Team GB short track speed skater Jon Eley looks ahead to Vancouver with aspirations to improve from his 5th placed finish at Turin 2006 and step up to the Olympic podium.