December 3 - Bibian Mentel, the Dutch snowboarder who has won the first IPC-sanctioned event in the sport since it was accepted onto the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games programme on her home course in Landgraaf, joins compatriot wheelchair tennis player Jiske Griffioen on the International Paralympic Committee's (IPC) shortlist for the Athlete of the Month title.
December 4 - The Indian Olympic Association (IOA) were today suspended by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) because of the row over its elections.
December 3 - A massive infrastructure project has been launched in Russia to ensure that the country is ready to host the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
December 4 - Sebastian Coe will officially take over as executive chairman of CSM, the sports and entertainment division of Chime Communications, who he recently sold his company to for £12 million ($19.3 million/€14.9 million), it has been announced.
December 3 - British Triathlon today announced Brendan Purcell as its new performance director and Ben Bright as the new head coach as it seeks to build on it sucess at London 2012, where Alistair and Jonathan Brownlee won gold and bronze medals.
December 3 - Salt Lake City will try to launch a bid to host the 2026 Winter Olympics and Paralympics, it was confirmed today, but it must still convince the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) before it can proceed.
December 3 - Greg LeMond insisted here today that it was "now or never" for cycling to change its governance and culture in the wake of the doping scandal involving Lance Armstrong and the US Postal Services team – and added that he was willing to stand as an interim President for cycling's world governing body, the International Cycling Union (UCI).
December 4 - The British Open squash tournament, which was revived after a four-year hiatus this year under the sponsorship of Allam, will be staged next year at the KC Stadium, regular home to Hull City football club and Hull rugby league club.
December 4 - Juliette Haigh, New Zealand's London 2012 Olympic rowing bronze medallist and triple world champion, is quitting the sport.
December 3 - The Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre on the London 2012 Olympic Park will host the NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters between 2014 and 2016, the International Tennis Federation (ITF) announced today.