October 3 - More than three-quarters of the ping-pong tables set up in London to turn people on to table tennis in the build-up to the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics are to become permanent fixtures, it has been announced.
October 3 - Thor Hushovd today became Norway's first road world champion, powering clear of a mass sprint to edge out Denmark's Matti Breschel in a dramatic finish as Britain's Mark Cavendish failed to finish in Geelong.
October 2 - Tour de France winner Alberto Contador could face serious consequences after testing positive for banned anabolic steroids despite only "trace amounts" being found in one of his samples, World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) director general David Howman warned here today.
October 2 - Britain's Nicole Cooke missed out on a medal in agonising circumstances in the women's road race at the 2010 UCI World Championships in Geelong today.
By Tom Degun in New Delhi
October 2 – Haroon Khan (pictured), younger brother of WBA Light Welterweight Champion and Athens 2004 Olympic silver medallist Amir, is looking to claim Commonwealth gold for Pakistan after being snubbed by England.
October 1 - British dressage star Laura Bechtolsheimer has completed a hat-trick of silver medals at the World Equestrian Games in Kentucky.
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September 30 - Channel 4, who surprisingly secured the rights to the London 2012 Paralympics from under the noses of the BBC, have now snatched the World Athletics Championships off the Corporation.
September 30 - David Millar claimed time-trial silver at cycling's World Championships in Melbourne, seven years after a title win he later admitted was achieved with the use of the banned blood booster Erythropoietin (EPO).
By David Owen
September 29 - An argument over who should and should not be able to attend the AIBA Congress emerged tonight as the first battleground in the struggle for power at the International Boxing Association.
September 29 - Paul King is urging national bodies to demand official invitations to the Congress of AIBA, the International Boxing Association, claiming that "more than 70" have not been sent the necessary papers.
September 29 – South African 800m runner Caster Semenya has become the latest high profile athlete to miss the Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games after being ruled out with a back injury.