April 22 - UK Athletics are to take over organising the sport's flagship televised events in the build-up to the London 2012 Olympics after ending their 14-year partnership with commercial partners Fast Track.
April 22 - Sarah Robles broke an American Collegiate Record at the National Weightlifting Championships on her debut at the event.
April 22 - James Huckle, who recently broke the British record in the men's Three Positions Rifle at the World Cup in Changwon, South Korea, will be among a team of 16 representing Britain at next month's ISSF World Cup in Fort Benning, United States.
April 21 - Colin Oates and Sophie Cox won bronze medals for Britain on the opening day of the European Judo Championships in Istanbul.
April 21 - The organisers of the Boston Marathon, where Kenya's Geoffrey Mutai covered the distance on Monday (April 18) in the swiftest time ever recorded – 2 hours 3min 02sec – are reported to have appealed to the international federation against the ruling which disqualifies the course for world records.
April 21 - An agreement has been reached between the Federation of Oceania Rugby Unions (FORU) and the Oceania National Olympic Committees (ONOC) to work together promoting rugby throughout Oceania.
April 20 - The next stage of the Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship, due to take place in Yokohama in May, has been postponed due to fears over the nuclear situation in Japan following last month's devastating earthquake and tsunami.
April 19 - Jo Pavey has taken a big step towards her ambition of running for Britain at the London 2012 Olympic Games by earning selection for this year's World Championships following her debut over 26.2 miles in the Virgin London Marathon on Sunday (April 17).
April 19 - Norway's Grete Waitz, one of the pioneers of female distance running, has died at the age of 57, it has been announced.
April 19 - KPMG and GB Taekwondo have extended their partnership to the summer of 2012, which sees the professional services giant provide business services to the sport and its events programme, which includes the National Championships and the British Open.
April 19 - Kevin Scott, formerly Scotland's player, has been elected as director of marketing at Badminton Europe's annual meeting in Vantaa, Finland.