British Basketball has received a funding reprieve in the wake of a high-profile campaign against UK Sport's decision to axe its Olympic programme.
In January the funding agency said the sport had not done enough to prove it could win a medal at the 2016 or 2020 Olympics and would lose its £8.5m backing, prompting a rearguard action that included public petitions and a letter to David Cameron from the British NBA player Luol Deng.
Double Olympic gold medallist Mo Farah and his wife Tania have criticised the Government over school sport funding cuts and called on the coalition to protect the legacy of the Games.
Mrs Farah, who is helping her husband set up the Mo Farah Foundation, said the cuts, six months after London 2012, were a "huge shame" and "counterproductive".
She criticised cuts to sport at grassroots levels, and said more should be done for sport in state schools, particularly at primary level.