Olympic and Paralympic sports have discovered how much money they will receive for the Paris 2024 cycle, and as usual there are some big winners and losers.
Here the PA news agency provides some detail.
What is the funding, who will get it, and where does it come from?
The settlement is worth £352million in total, which elite sports funding body UK Sport will split between 43 sports. The money comes from central Government and from the National Lottery.
Who has lost out?
Who are the winners?
What’s UK Sport’s approach to funding?
What about Tokyo, has the pandemic affected funding?
UK Sport says governing bodies and athletes have been given assurances that funding will not be affected, giving them certainty as they prepare for the delayed Games next summer.
What about the new sports, are they getting anything?
Climbing, skateboarding and surfing are all set to feature at the Olympics for the first time in Tokyo next summer. All three are part of a seven-strong group of sports which will share a £10.3m ‘progression fund’ as UK Sport seeks medals, and medallists, from the broadest and most diverse range of sports possible.