June 26 - Badminton England has announced a contiunation of its domestic badminton sponsorship with racket and equipment suppliers Yehlex UK.
JULY 5 - BRITISH SHOW JUMPING has today made another significant announcement in its build-up to London 2012 with the appointment of Accenture’s European Managing Director for Government, Lis Astall (pictured) as its new president.
June 27 - Britain’s Heather Fell (pictured) won a silver medal in the Modern Pentathlon European Championships silver medal in Leipzig today and helped Britain win the team gold medals.
June 29 - UK Athletics has returned to Canada for the third time to recruit a coach to help it prepare for London 2012 by poaching Derek Evely (pictured) to run the High Performance Centre at Loughborough University.
May 6 - Spaniard Jose Manuel Brasa (pictured) has been appointed as the new hockey coach of India, the eight-time Olympic champions but who failed to reach the competition at the Games in Beijing last year.
JULY 7 - EDINBURGH is to host the final of archery's World Cup competition in 2010, it was announced today.
JULY 8 - ROWING makes its Paralympic Games debut in Beijing this September and ParalympicsGB has today named the eight-strong squad for the Games.
JULY 11 - LUCOZADE SPORT and the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA), the governing body for British tennis, have unveiled a new partnership that they claim offers a range of safe and effective sports nutrition products that will ensure the country's top players do not test positive for drugs.
August 22 - British taekwondo player Aaron Cook and Irish boxer Paddy Barnes both complained bitterly about Olympic judging after losing to Chinese competitors in Beijing today.
JULY 11 - EFFORTS to create a competitive British handball squad in time for the 2012 London Olympics have taken another step forward with the latest round of selections.
AUGUST 22 - THE International Rugby Board (IRB) are to introduce a new rule that clubs must release players to take part in the Olympics if it is accepted on to the Games programme for 2016.
JULY 14 - BRITAIN today named a team of 48 athletes for the Olympics in Beijing next month and still hope that world marathon record holder Paula Radcliffe (pictured) will recover in time to compete.
JULY 15 - WOMEN'S boxing will be included on the programme for the 2012 Olympics in London, the head of the Australian governing body claimed today.
May 8 - Olympic bronze medallist Tasha Danvers (pictured) will captain London South at next month’s Super8 competition in Cardiff, the new two-hour City versus City that is athletics' version of Twenty20 cricket.