August 25 - A chorus of song and drums, and the blare of hundreds of vuvuzelas, greeted Caster Semenya when she arrived home from the World Championships at a packed OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg.
August 25 - Jamaica's tourism indsutry is hoping the incredible success of Usain Bolt (pictured) and the country's sprinters will help persuade more travellers to visit the Caribbean island.
OCTOBER 17 - SEBASTIAN COE (pictured) and Jonathan Edwards are among 372 key decision makers attending the first European Athletics Convention, which begins in Amsterdam today.
OCTOBER 18 - ATHLETICS will continue to be held at the Olympic Stadium after it has staged the 2012 Games, the sport's chief executive in Britain claims he has been promised.
OCTOBER 19 - UK ATHLETICS expect to confirm next month that the Aviva London Grand Prix at Crystal Palace, whose winners this year included Jamaica;s Usain Bolt (pictured), will again be held over two days next year.
By Duncan Mackay
October 20 - Russia today banned six athletes caught breaking doping rules on the eve of the Beijing Olympics, including European discus champion Darya Pishchalnikova (pictured), but have controversially backdated the suspensions so they will be able to compete at next year's World Championships in Berlin.
OCTOBER 21 - ENGLAND ATHLETICS are to make between 15 to 20 staff redundant in a restructuring of their nine semi-autonomous regional business units into a single national team designed to boost the sport in the build-up to London 2012, they announced today.
OCTOBER 27 - DAVID MOORCROFT (pictured), the former chief executive of UK Athletics, has been appointed as the chairman of a new personal fitness training company that is hoping to encourage people to get active in the build-up to London 2012, it was announced today.
SEPTEMBER 1 - UK ATHLETICS today announced that Dave Collins (pictured) had been sacked as the performance director after they failed to meet their medal target at the Beijing Olympics, as predicted on insidethegames yesterday.
AUGUST 17 - THE British Olympic Association (BOA) have today defended their treatment of 10,000 metres runner Kate Reed (pictured), who was forced to prove her fitness by running a time-trial on the eve of her race.
SEPTEMBER 4 - UK ATHLETICS has hit back in the row with Olympic runner Kate Reed (pictured) that is becoming increasingly bitter.
SEPTEMBER 4 - ED WARNER (pictured), the chairman of UK Athletics, today said that the team's performance in the Olympics was not as bad as claimed but admitted there will be changes in how it prepares for London 2012.
SEPTEMBER 6 - CONVICTED drugs cheat Linford Christie (pictured) said today that he thinks he could do a good job as the new head coach of UK Athletics.
The 1992 Olympic 100 metres champion said that he believed that he should replace Dave Collins, who was sacked as the performance director after Britain's performance in Beijing, their worst in the Games since the introduction of National Lottery funding 12 years ago.
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".