September 9 - Malaysia is earmarking RM16 million (£2.7 million) to train 19 athletes led by badminton world number one Lee Chong Wei (pictured) to help it try to deliver the nation's first Olympic gold medal at the 2012 London Games, it announced today.
September 4 - London's £547 million Olympic Stadium looks set to be part of the 2018 World Cup bid after it emerged that it is one of four venues being proposed by the London United team responsible for coordinating the capital's contribution to the bid.
SEPTEMBER 2 - THE head of ceremonies for the London Olympics has insisted that the Red Arrows have not been banned from appearing in 2012.
September 1 - The launch today of London 2012’s Accessible Transport Strategy will be the catalyst for change for accessible transport for national rail, taxis, waterborne transport, community transport, Stratford Regional station and coaches, it was claimed.
By Duncan Mackay
September 1 - The route for the cycling road race for the London 2012 Olympics is set to be changed so it uses iconic British venues like Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle because the world governing body do not think it is attractive enough for a global television audience.
JULY 11 - EDF ENERGY signed today as the second national sponsor of the 2012 London Olympics.
MAY 17 - A PAIR of Bristol athletes are to be given the opportunity to train in Kenya as part of the city's Olympic partnership with the East African country.
JULY 27 - UK SPORT and the English Institute of Sport today launched a new programme to identify particularly tall athletes from all over the country with the ability to represent Britain in the 2012 Olympics.
By Tom Degun
August 29 - Sir Philip Craven (pictured), President of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC), told insidethegames that London 2012 will offer a golden chance to get more people with disabilities involved in sport.
August 28 - Chris Holmes (pictured) has been appointed as the director of Paralympic integration by London 2012, it was announced today, just a day before the three years to go countdown until the start of the Games.
FEBRUARY 1 - THE first agreement between a British city and a major overseas training team for the 2012 Olympics is set to be officially sealed tomorrow.
DECEMBER 4 - LEADING Australian officials have claimed that it is impossible for them to compete against Britain when there is such a big gap in funding between the two countries.