JULY 19 - CRAIG PICKERING (pictured) and Tyrone Edgar will join Simeon Williamson in the British 100 metres team for next month's Olympic Games after Dwain Chambers failed to win his High Court judgement to run in Beijing yesterday.
JULY 21 - BRITAIN is to stage two handball tournaments in Sheffield to help the country's men and women's teams prepare for the 2012 Olympics.
July 21 - McCain today announced a five-year £5 millionsponsorship deal with UK Athletics, as first revealed on insidethegames last week.
April 16 - Sebastian Coe (pictured), chairman of London 2012, will give a key hnote address to European Athletics delegates at this weekend's congress in Lausanne.
JULY 23 - BRITAIN'S handball players have been drawn in group one of the 2009 women’s World Championship European qualifying tournament, and will face five games during the event from November 25-30, it was announced today.
JULY 23 - COLIN MOYNIHAN (pictured), the chairman of the British Olympic Association (BOA), today reassured the public that they will have a British football team to support a the the 2012 Games.
April 16 - Rugby sevens hopes of being admitted to the Olympic programme for the 2016 Games have been boosted by record television figures at the World Cup in Dubai last month.
JULY 24 - BRITISH CYCLING has today announced a multi-million pound partnership with broadcaster Sky for the next five years that will help them prepare for the 2012 London Olympics.
April 16 - Badminton's govering body has given security clearance for the World Championships to be staged in India in August, it was announced today.
April 16 - India has sent eight of its most promising young runners to South Africa as part of a new scheme to develop a world-class athlete by the time of the London 2012 Olympics.
JULY 24 - MICHAEL GOVE, the local MP for Bisley, is leading a campaign for the shooting in the Olympics 2012 to be moved there from the Royal Artillery Barracks in Woolwich.
April 16 - A solution could still be find in the row over a British football team to compete at London 2012, the chief executive of the British Olympic Association Andy Hunt (pictured) claimed today.
JULY 24 - SCOTLAND is refusing to offer any hope that they will co-operate with a British football competing in the 2012 London Olympics.
April 17 - Plans to secure the future of road racing in Britain were announced today, including the investment of extra funds to help meet stringent health and safety regulations.
April 17 - Tyler Hamilton (pictured), the 2004 Olympic champion, has tested positive for a banned substance for a second time in his career and retired, he announced today.