By David OwenApril 29 - Last weekend's auction of London 2012 memorabilia raised close to £50,000 ($77,000/€59,000).
By Duncan MackayApril 29 - Tokyo could face a reprimand from the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Ethics Commission after the city's Governor appeared to contravene strict bidding rules by criticising Istanbul, a rival in the race to host the 2020 Olympics and Paralympics.
By Duncan MackayApril 27 - Tulsa has renewed its long-shot plan to bid for the Olympics and Paralympics in the hope that it can change the stereotype of the small city in Oklahoma.
By Duncan MackayApril 26 - A joint campaign from San Diego and Tijuana, its Mexican neighbour, is among the proposals that the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) have received to bid for the 2024 Olympics and Paralympics, it has been revealed.
By Duncan MackayApril 26 - Turkey has launched a new online-based visa system for foreign nationals visiting the country, which they hope will boost Istanbul's bid for the 2020 Olympics and Paralympics.
By Duncan MackayApril 26 - West Ham United's proposed move to the Olympic Stadium appears to have overcome its final hurdle after Leyton Orient's application for a judicial review of the process was thrown out.
By Duncan MackayApril 25 - Madrid 2020 claim that they remain committed to their bid for the Olympics and Paralympics despite new figures released today revealing that unemployment in Spain has now reached over six million for the first time in the country's history.
By Duncan MackayApril 24 - The high cost of tickets to watch the finals in athletics, track cycling and swimming at the London 2012 Olympics have been criticised in a new report published today.
By Tom Degun at Forman's Fish Island in LondonApril 24 - The National Lottery Anniversary Run, a five-mile mass participation run this summer, will be the first sporting event to be held on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park following the conclusion of London 2012, it was announced here today.
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