August 20 - Britain's athletes continued to surprise in the Bird's Nest tonight as Croydon's Natasha Danvers (pictured) won the bronze medal in the 400 metres hurdles.
August 20 - Britain's Paula Radcliffe (pictured) today withdrew from the marathon at the World Championships in Berlin because he does not want to jeopardise her chances of running at the London 2012 Olympics.
March 30 - Ed Warner (pictured) will remain as the chairman of UK Athletics beyond the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics, it was announced today.
MAY 16 - VIRGIN has signed a new £17 million deal to become the sponsor of the London Marathon in the build-up to the 2012 Olympics, it was announced today.
DECEMBER 10 - MO FARAH'S awesome finishing speed on the last circuit ensured he emphatically claimed the European Championship Cross Country title for Britain in San Giorgio su Legnano today.
SEPTEMBER 4 - SEBASTIAN COE (pictured) is the favourite to be given the role of chairman after UK Athletics announced today the creation of the new post to work alongside the next chief executive who will replace David Moorcroft.
SEPTEMBER 18 - Sebastian Coe (pictured) has ruled out the possibility of becoming the chairman of UK Athletics after he decided to accept an invitation to become the first head of FIFA’s ethics commission and because he does not want to be seen neglecting his duties of organising the 2012 Olympics in London.
SEPTEMBER 29 - UK ATHLETICS is to officially advertise for a new chairman and chief executive in The Sunday Times this weekend. Odgers, a firm of headhunters, are leading the search for both roles, the closing date of which is October 23.
AUGUST 24 – DAVID MOORCROFT (pictured) has resigned as the chief executive of UK Athletics because he did not see himself still being in charge when London stages the Olympics in 2012.
JULY 20 - SEBASTIAN COE, the chairman of London 2012, today helped David Moorcroft, the chief executive of UK Athletics, launch a new plan designed to help raise standards in the sport.
The "Power of 10" has been conceived in association with Vero Communications, the company set up earlier this year by London's former spin doctor Mike Lee.
APRIL 4 – BRITISH ATHLETICS was celebrating today after signing a record six-year £50 million sponsorship agreement with Norwich Union that will allow the country’s top competitors to prepare for the 2012 Olympics in London.
MAY 8 – BRITISH ATHLETICS has benefited from the London Olympic “effect” by signing another major sponsorship deal just a month after getting £50 million backing from Norwich Union. Vonage, an Internet telephone company, have signed up to become the official telecoms sponsor to UK Athletics and will set up Team Vonage to financially support a group of elite stars tipped for success in 2012.
By Duncan Mackay in Berlin
August 14 - Sebastian Coe's chances of becoming President of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) in 2011 could be ended if Lamine Diack decides to stand again, even though he would be 78 by then.