September 30 - Britain's Paula Radcliffe (pictured) is to return to New York City on November 4 to run her first marathon since her victory there in last year's race, it will be officially announced tomorrow.
September 30 - Caster Semenya is to be presented with a cheque for R60,000 (£5,000) by the African National Congress (ANC) Youth League at a special ceremony in Johannesburg next month, it has been announced.
SEPTEMBER 29 - IRISHWOMAN Sonia O'Sullivan has cast a doubt over whether the Romanian who beat to the Olympic gold medal in the 5,000 metres at Sydney in 2000 was using banned performance-enhancing drugs or not.
September 29 - Nedbank, the biggest backer of road-running events for Athletics South Africa (ASA), said sponsorship negotiations this year would take into account the body's handling of Caster Semenya's (pictured) sex tests.
September 28 - Eritrea's Zersenay Tadese (pictured) will be chasing a hat-trick of titles at the World Half-Marathon Championships in Birmingham next month, it was announced today.
September 28 - Sir Peter Snell (pictured), the triple Olympic champion, has been voted as the third greatest living New Zealander in a new survey.
September 26 - Andrew Baddeley (pictured) won the Fifth Avenue Mile in New York today to become the first British male winner of the prestigious event for 18 years.
By Duncan Mackay
September 25 - There is anger and bewilderment in South Africa at the decision not to sack Leonard Chuene (pictured) after he admitted lying over the gender row involving world 800 metres champion Caster Semenya.
September 24 - Anita DeFrantz, the chair of the International Olympic Committee's (IOC) Women and Sport Commission, has claimed that South Africa's world 800 metres champion Caster Semenya (pictured) has had her human rights violated over the gender row.
September 23 - Sir Roger Bannister (pictured), the first runner to break four minutes for the mile, has officially opened a new state-of-the-art track in Maidstone which Kent officials hope will be used as a pre-Games training camp by a country competing at London 2012.
By Duncan Mackay
September 23 - Usain Bolt (pictured) has dismissed reports that he could be set to sign one of the biggest endorsement deals in sports history with two Chinese kit manufacturers reportedly prepared to pay him up to $100 million (£61 million) for a five-year contract.
September 23 - South Africa's Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (Sascoc) has launched a full investigation into the Caster Semenya (pictured) saga, they have announced.