A creative and digital cluster, aiming to become "London's home for making", is due to be developed at the former Press and Broadcast Centres after the London Legacy Development Corporation completed a lease agreement with Here East today.
Dennis Hone will step down as chief executive of the London Legacy Development Corporation at the end of the summer to take up a new role with consultancy and construction firm Mace, it has been announced today.
April 17 - Former UK Sports Minister Richard Caborn is using the imminent start of building work at the Don Valley Stadium site in Sheffieldo try to push Olympic legacy back up the domestic political agenda.
April 5 - The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park has opened to the public for the first time since the end of the London 2012 Paralympics, though a group of pin collectors were "turned away" by security before they could enjoy the surroundings.
By Paul Osborne at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London
April 2 - The south of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is set to open to the public this Saturday (April 5) marking the first time since the end of London 2012 that visitors can explore the whole of the iconic Park.
March 4 - For less than the price of a bar of chocolate, young people in Wigan can use the same treadmill as Olympic legend Usain Bolt or power through a session on the same dumbbells as Paralympic star David Weir, thanks to a unique project funded by sports business tycoon and chairman of Wigan Athletic, Dave Whelan.
February 26 - The former press and broadcast centres on the London 2012 Olympic Park will be transformed into a "world-leading creative and digital cluster", after plans for the development were approved.
By Paul Osborne at the London Aquatics Centre in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
February 25 - The newly adapted London Aquatics Centre will open its doors to the public this week, giving people the chance to swim in the same pool as the stars of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
February 6 - British Prime Minister David Cameron today guaranteed funding of £150 million ($246 million/€180,000) a year for primary school sport until 2020 to secure the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic legacy.
During the Italian rowing team's celebration after winning the quadruple sculls at Seoul 1988, David Tizzano was thrown into the water and lost his Olympic gold medal on the muddy bottom of the Han River. A South Korean diver, working as a security guard at the regatta course, retrieved it after a 50-minute search. Eight years later, in Atlanta, Tizzano won a second gold medal in the double scull.
With numerous roles, Uğur Erdener is one of the busiest people in sport. Mike Rowbottom speaks to the newly re-elected World Archery President on the eve of the World Championships to delve into a hectic lifestyle.