April 9 - The International Archery Federation (FITA) today announced a renewal of its sponsorship deal with Turkish Airlines.
April 14 - Musto, manufacturers of technical sailing clothing, has been appointed official performance clothing partner to the British team for the next four years, it was announced today.
JULY 21 - MCCAIN today announced a five-year £5 millionsponsorship deal with UK Athletics, as first revealed on insidethegames last week.
MARCH 2 - RICHARD SCRUTON has been appointed as the competition manager for table tennis at London 2012, it was announced today.
MARCH 3 - THE International Archery Federation (FITA) today announced a new sponsorship agreement with Vakifbank, one of Turkey's biggest banks.
March 14 - Classes for the intellectually disabled are to be added to the World Rowing Championships in Munich this year, it has been announced by governing body FISA.
March 17 - Woolwich will remain as the shooting venue for the 2012 London Olympics, it was confirmed today despite opposition from the sport's officials who wanted it to be moved to Bisley.
March 21 - London 2012 officials are to be asked by the British Association of Shooting and Conservation to explain why they refused to move the controversial shooting venue from Woolwich to Bisley.
March 21 - British Volleyball has launched a new website so that people can track their progress towards the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics.
FEBRUARY 11 - BRITISH SHOOTING has today made its performance director John Leighton-Dyson redundant after UK Sport cut the funding it is to receive in the build-up to the London 2012 Olympics by more than three-quarters.
NOVEMBER 17 - BRITISH VOLLEYBALL has today made its first staff appointment in the run up to the London 2012 Olympic Games and has announced Wayne Coyle as performance manager.
JUNE 7 – LONDON 2012 today unveiled their masterplan for the Games site moving volleyball from the Olympic Park to Earls Court and revealing minor changes and details of how the facilities will be used once the Games have finished.
APRIL 29 – A MAJOR new training facility to help Britain’s rowers to train for the 2012 Olympics and named after the sport’s two greatest names was opened today. The £13 million Redgrave Pinsent Rowing Lake and Sherriff Boathouse in Caversham near Reading was officially opened by Sir Steve Redgrave and Sir Matthew Pinsent (pictured).