Extratime - Lord Moynihan
The British team at the Beijing Olympics will certainly be among the medals but will it provide a springboard to unprecedented success at the London 2012 Games?
The British Olympic Association has set a target of fourth place in the 2012 medal table, a position the UK has not achieved since the 1924 Paris Games. And what of the life ban against British athletes competing in the Olympics if they've found to have used performance enhancing drugs? The BOA's tough stance was recently upheld against former drugs cheat, Dwain Chambers, who was prevented from competing in Beijing. But the BOA's chairman, Lord Moynihan, says its by-law will still be up for review after the Beijing Games. He talks to Rob Bonnet.