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".
SEPTEMBER 13 - BRITAIN's Peter Norfolk and Jamie Burdekin (pictured) won bronze Paralympic Games wheelchair tennis quad doubles after a dramatic three-set play-off against the Dutch pair of Dorrie Timmermans-Van Hall and Bas Van Erp in Beijing tonight.
August 24 - A new £46.5 million Life Centre in Central Park, Plymouth has been approved by the city’s planning committee in time for London 2012 after Sport England withdrew its opposition to the scheme.
August 24 - Matthew Archibald (pictured), who led Britain's successful team at last year's Olympics, has been appointed as the competition manager for boxing at the London 2012 Games, it was announced today.
August 24 - Canada has lost another one of its coaches to Britain with Laurier Primeau (pictured) joining Scottish Athletics as head coach to oversee preparations for the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi.
August 24 - Environmental groups are calling for people to fight plans for a 50,000 seater stadium as part of Nottingham's 2018 World Cup bid.
August 24 - Jamaica will be even more powerful by the time of London 2012 than they were at the World Championships in Berlin, the country's Sports Minister Olivia Grange (pictured) has predicted.
August 24 - Sports Minister Gerry Sutcliffe (pictured) has apologised to his counterpart in India after England's withdrawal from the World Badminton Championships earlier this month.
SEPTEMBER 13 - IRISH boxer Kenny Egan (pictured) should have been awarded an Olympic gold medal in Beijing last month but the judges were influenced by the Chinese crowd, the president of the European Olympic Committee (EOC) claimed today.
September 14 - John Cavanagh (pictured) clinched silver in the men’s individual compound W1 final at the Paralympic Games as the eighth day of competition got underway in Beijing today.
SEPTEMBER 14 - GREEK and Dutch pairs triumphed at the Nestea European Championship Tour English Masters in Blackpool today.
SEPTEMBER 16 - THE Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) announced that life assurance and pensions company AEGON has a signed a five-year £25 million deal to become the first ever lead partner of British Tennis.
SEPTEMBER 16 - PAKISTAN today unveiled a new plan that they hope will see them win the gold medal in the men's hockey tournament at the 2012 London Olympics for the first time since 1984.