February 20 - New Zealand's Nick Willis (pictured) wants to line-up for the 1500 metres at the Olympics in London in 2012 as the favourite, he has claimed.
February 19 - A successful hockey World Cup in India will be the start of the sport's revival in India, Leandro Negre (pictured), the President of the International Hockey Federation (FIH) has predicted.
February 19 - Usain Bolt (pictured), the triple Olympic champion, has signed a £2 million book deal with HarperSport, including writing an autobiography shortly after the London 2012 Games, it has been announced.
February 19 - The reigning world gymnastics champion in the floor exercise Beth Tweddle (pictured) has admitted that she would probably have retired from the sport if London were not hosting the Olympic Games in 2012.
By Duncan Mackay
February 18 - Michael Phelps (pictured), the most successful athlete in Olympic history, has clinched his first new multi-million dollar endorsement deal since the British tabloid News of the World photographed him taking drugs more than a year ago.
February 18 - Australia is satisfied with the security arrangements put in place by the Indian authorities for the hockey World Cup and Commonwealth Games, the country's Foreign Minister Stephen Smith insisted today.
February 18 - A new European Equestrian Federation (EEF) has been formed by 27 countries, including Britain, Germany and France, to try to give the horse community a greater voice.
By Steven Downes
February 18 - The BBC’s proposed film about one of the great athletics rivalries of all-time, between British milers Sebastian Coe and Steve Ovett (pictured), is going ahead despite one of the protagonists declining to co-operate with its making.
By Tom Degun in London
February 18 - Human Race, one of the UK’s leading multi-sport event specialists, have today announced the start of a new partnership with the Dame Kelly Holmes Legacy Trust (DKH).
February 17 - New Zealand kayaking legends Ian Ferguson (pictured), Paul McDonald and Alan Thompson are set to join together again to try to bring the country success again at the London 2012 Olympics.
February 17 - Olympic high jump champion Tia Hellebaut (pictured) has revealed plans to come out of retirement to defend her title at the London 2012 Games - the latest in a string of top Belgian sportswomen to return to their sport after leaving it.
By Steven Downes in London
February 16 - Probably the greatest rivalry in the history of track and field, between Britain’s two miling greats Steve Ovett and Sebastian Coe, is set to hit the big screen.
By Tom Degun
February 15 - Alistair Brownlee (pictured right), the winner of the 2009 ITU Triathlon World Championship, has revealed that the greatest threat to his domination of the sport could in fact be his younger brother Jonathan (left).
February 15 - Greg Searle (pictured), the 1992 Olympic coxed pairs champion who has come out of retirement to try to qualify for London 2012, is leaving for Portugal to join a British team training camp.