January 25 - Sushil Kumar (pictured), India's Olympic wrestling bronze medallist, has hit out at the Government after again being overlooked for for the Padma Shri, an award given to honour outstanding achievements by the country's top sportsmen and women.
January 25 - Bert Bushnell, a rower who won an Olympic gold medal in the double sculls at London in 1948, has died at the age of 88 following a short illness.
January 25 - The Rugby Football Union (RFU) has started to develop a long term strategy for rugby sevens in England at all levels by hosting a pivotal planning forum for over 70 key stakeholders in the game, looking ahead to the inclusion of the sport in the Olympics from 2016.
By Duncan Mackay
January 25 - The hockey World Cup cannot be taken away from India at this late stage despite the country failing to fulfil one of the main conditions for hosting it, Suresh Kalmadi, the President of the Indian Olympic Association (IOA), has claimed.
By Duncan Mackay
January 24 - A campaign has been launched to get the silver medal Britain's Dame Kelly Holmes won in the 1500 metres World Indoor Championships in Birmingham seven years ago upgraded to gold after the winner, Regina Jacobs (pictured), was exposed as a drugs cheat.
January 23 - Tim Brabants (pictured), Britain’s Olympic kayaking champion, is leaving his medical career and returning to full-time training for the London 2012 Games.
January 23 - Darren Chiacchia (pictured), a member of the United States eventing team that won the Olympic bronze medals at the 2004 Games in Athens, has been charged with failing declare he was HIV positive to his one-time sexual partner.
January 23 - The Indian Olympic Association (IOA) today said that they would not help the Indian Weightlifting Federation (IWF) pay a $500,000 (£310,000) fine imposed on them after several of its top lifters, including Manchester 2002 Commonwealth Games champion Shailaja Pujari (pictured), tested positive for banned performance-enhancing drugs.
January 23 - A British team featuring the likes of double Olympic gold medallist Rebecca Adlington and world champion Liam Tancock (pictured) will face top international competition when they take on Germany next month in Swansea.
January 22 - Haile Gebrselassie (pictured) clinched the Standard Chartered Dubai Marathon title for the third successive year but it was an unconvincing victory in a relatively slow time of 2 hours 06min 09 seconds, more than two minutes outside his own world record.
January 22 - Steve Williams (pictured), Britain’s double Olympic champion, has confirmed that he has retired from competitive international rowing.