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".
August 24 - Canada has lost another one of its coaches to Britain with Laurier Primeau (pictured) joining Scottish Athletics as head coach to oversee preparations for the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi.
August 24 - Jamaica will be even more powerful by the time of London 2012 than they were at the World Championships in Berlin, the country's Sports Minister Olivia Grange (pictured) has predicted.
AUGUST 29 - SEBASTIAN COE (pictured), the chairman of London 2012, will set out his vision for the future of youth athletics at a conference in Oslo in December.
SEPTEMBER 23 - DUTCHMAN Charles van Commenee (pictured) was today officially announced as the new head coach of UK Athletics, as predicted a month ago on insidethegames.
AUGUST 30 - DAME KELLY HOLMES (pictured) has today urged athletics to change if it wants to achieve success at the 2012 London Olympics.
JULY 1 - OLYMPIC gold medallist Jason Gardener (pictured) has been appointed to the board of UK Athletics as it continues to prepare for the 2012 Games in London.
SEPTEMBER 28 - BRITAIN'S athletes who competed in the Olympics last month in Beijing are "greedy" and put "money before medals", a member of the team has claimed today.
JULY 3 - The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF), in partnership with UK Athletics, today launched a major new drive to promote athletics globally with a cutting edge magazine and interactive global website to exploit the interest in the sport in the run-up to London 2012.
August 23 - Patrick Ekeji (pictured), the director general of Nigeria's National Sports Commission, has promised an improvement in the performance of the country's athletics team in London 2012.
June 29 - UK Athletics has returned to Canada for the third time to recruit a coach to help it prepare for London 2012 by poaching Derek Evely (pictured) to run the High Performance Centre at Loughborough University.
JULY 14 - BRITAIN today named a team of 48 athletes for the Olympics in Beijing next month and still hope that world marathon record holder Paula Radcliffe (pictured) will recover in time to compete.
May 8 - Olympic bronze medallist Tasha Danvers (pictured) will captain London South at next month’s Super8 competition in Cardiff, the new two-hour City versus City that is athletics' version of Twenty20 cricket.
July 15 - Sally Gunnell (pictured), the former Olympic champion, is to head a new £5 million five-year sponsorship by McCain of UK Athletics in the build-up to the 2012 London Games.