March 26 - Australia overcame the loss of a man late in the race to win their first men's team pursuit gold since 2006 by just two tenths ahead of Britain at the World Track Cycling Championships in the Ballerup Suer Arena.
By Tom Degun
March 26 - Seven British women, including four-time Amateur Boxing Association (ABA) light welterweight champion Natasha Jonas (pictured), have been given the chance to make history after being named in the squad for the British team that will prepare for the 2012 Olympics in London.
March 26 - British Swimming have announced that this year's British Open Championships, scheduled for July, have been cancelled because following the success of the Manchester Duel in the Pool event last December, which featured American superstar Michael Phelps (pictured), they have decided to focus its financial resources on staging a similar event in 2010.
March 26 - Ireland's former national swimming coach George Gibney (pictured) should be extradited back from the United States a Florida-based child organisation has urged, it was reported today.
March 25 - Britain's Sir Chris Hoy (pictured) collected his 10th world track championship title when he won the keirin race at the Ballerup Suer Arena tonight.
March 24 - Simon Mason (pictured), the former England and Britain Olympic goalkeeper, has been elected as President of the England Hockey Board (EHB) at its Annual General Meeting.
By Tom Degun
March 24 - Strathclyde Country Park, the triathlon venue for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, will be hosting the opening leg of the 2010 British Triathlon Super Series on Sunday May 23 and Olympic medallist Yvonne Murray was today on hand to launch the event.
By Tom Degun
March 22 - The British Amateur Boxing Association (BABA) has added to its coaching team ahead of London 2012 with the appointments of Paul Walmsley and Lee Pullen (pictured right).
March 21 - Samantha Marshall (pictured), the 17-year-old granddaughter of Australia's former Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser, has qualified for the Commonwealth Games in New Delhi later this year.
March 21 - Britain's Mara Yamauchi (pictured) has won the New York City Half Marathon, the ideal tune-up for the Virgin London Marathon next month.
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March 21 - David Millar (pictured), the cyclist banned from representing Britain in the Olympics after he was suspended for doping, may have taken the first step to being able to compete at London 2012 after all.
March 19 - Hiring a foreign coach to help prepare the team for the London 2012 Olympics is set to be high on the agenda when a new Board is set-up by the Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) following the country's disastrous performance in the World Cup in New Delhi, when they finished last of the 12 competing nations.
March 19 - Richard Davenport, formerly one of Britain's most promising young athletes, has lost a landmark High Court case in which he was seeking damages against David Farrow (pictured), the coach he blamed for the back injury which has blighted his career.
March 19 - The vital importance of the 2012 Olympic Stadium retaining a capacity to host major track and field events has been underlined by Charles van Commenee (pictured), UK Athletics’ head coach.
By Cathy Wood at Lord's
March 19 - London 2012 has made significant changes to the archery venue at Lord’s Cricket Ground, in order to improve the athlete and spectator experience.