AUGUST 21 - BRITAIN will set aside its Olympic rivalry with Australia for a day at least tomorrow when instead the focus will be on Ireland as the two country's go head-to-head in two semi-finals of the boxing tournament.
AUGUST 22 - THE International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) were today asked to investigate the controversy surrounding the ages of Chnese competitors at the Olympics, which could lead to Britain's Beth Tweddle (pictured) being upgraded to the bronze medal position.
August 24 - Taekwondo said today it plans to adopt an electronic protector system and video replays following the controversy yesterday at the Beijing Olympics involving Britain's Sarah Stevenson.
AUGUST 22 - BRITAIN maintained its remarkably consistent record in the Modern Pentathlon since the event was added to the Olympic programme for women when Heather Fell (pictured) won a silver medal.
SEPTEMBER 4 - UK ATHLETICS has hit back in the row with Olympic runner Kate Reed (pictured) that is becoming increasingly bitter.
SEPTEMBER 4 - ED WARNER (pictured), the chairman of UK Athletics, today said that the team's performance in the Olympics was not as bad as claimed but admitted there will be changes in how it prepares for London 2012.
SEPTEMBER 5 - BRITISH JUDO has launched a £1 million programme in partnership with G4S Security Services (UK) in an effort increase children’s participation in the run-up to London 2012.
By Duncan MackaySeptember 6 - Horse Sport Ireland (HSI), the governing body for equestrian in that country, has been severely criticised for how they handled the latest Olympic doping scandal involving one of their horses.
SEPTEMBER 6 - CONVICTED drugs cheat Linford Christie (pictured) said today that he thinks he could do a good job as the new head coach of UK Athletics.
The 1992 Olympic 100 metres champion said that he believed that he should replace Dave Collins, who was sacked as the performance director after Britain's performance in Beijing, their worst in the Games since the introduction of National Lottery funding 12 years ago.
By Duncan Mackay
September 8 - Andy Murray (pictured) failed to become the first British man for 72 years to win a Grand Slam title as Switzerland's Roger Federer beat him easily in the final of the US Open in New York tonight.
SEPTEMBER 10 - A TOP official in Northern Ireland has claimed that the Province could stage matches in the Olympic football tournament in 2012 if a decision is made on building a new national stadium within the next month.
By an insidethegames reporterSeptember 11 - Roger Federer and Mark Todd (pictured), two iconic names in their sports, have both confirmed that they have set their sights on London 2012.
SEPTEMBER 12 - ST CHAD'S HEADLAND in Blackpool was today the host for the Nestea European Tour English Masters, one of the biggest and most prestigious beach volleyball events ever to be staged in Britain.
SEPTEMBER 11 - HAILE GEBRSELASSIE (pictured), Kenenisa Bekele and Paul Tergat, three of the greatest runners in history, have joined forces to lead a campaign to get cross-country reinsteated into the Olympics.
SEPTEMBER 13 - USA TRACK & FIELD'S chief executive Doug Logan (pictured) has set up a committee to look at the team's performances at the Olympics in Beijing after he described them as "mixed".