November 29 - Eleanor Simmonds (pictured) tonight claimed the gold medal in the 400 metres freestyle at the IPC World Short Course Championships in Rio de Janiero as Britain won one gold and two bronze medals.
November 29 - England suffered more frustration in the Champions Trophy as they were held to a 3-3 by Spain in their second group match in Melbourne today.
November 29 - Princess Haya (pictured), the President of the International Equestrian Federation (FEI), has defended the controversial vote earlier this month for the reintroduction into the sport of some non-steroid anti-inflammatory drugs, including bute, to treat horses.
November 29 - Russia's Nikolay Davydenko (pictured) won the ATP World Tour Finals title tonight with a straight sets victory over Argentina's Juan Martin del Potro at London's O2 Arena, which will stage several events during the London 2012 Olympics.
November 29 - Libby Trickett (pictured), the Olympic triple gold medallist, plans to make an announcement next month about whether she will continue in the sport until the London 2012 Games.
November 29 - A disciplinary panel has decided that Jamaican star Asafa Powell (pictured) and five others would not be punished further for skipping a training camp in Germany on the eve of this year's World Championships.
By Duncan Mackay in Johannesburg
November 28 - South African athletics must put the Caster Semenya scandal and the subsequent fall-out behind it and start looking looking forward to the London 2012 Olympics, the sport's new temporary leader Ray Mali (pictured) said here today.
November 28 - Nick D'Arcy (pictured), the Australian swimmer dropped from his country's Olympic team after he assaulted a former team-mate, has set his sights on competing in next year's Commonwealth Games before turning his focus to the London 2012 Olympics.
November 28 - London 2012 and international officials have praised the Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy (WPNSA) since the award winning venue’s official construction completion 12 months ago.
November 28 - England made a losing start to their Champions Trophy campaign today with a 3-2 defeat at the hands of great rivals Germany in Melbourne.
November 27 - The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) said today it had lodged an appeal seeking harsher doping bans on seven Russian female athletes, including two-times world 1500 metres champion Tatyana Tomashova (pictured), at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) in Lausanne.
November 27 - UEFA have unanimously backed a proposal to limit participation in future Olympic Games to players under the age of 21 which, if adopted, would keep players like Wayne Rooney (pictured) and Lionel Messi out of the London 2012 Games.
November 27 - Rugby sevens inclusion in the Olympics will see the smaller countries invest more into the sport, England's record-breaking fly-half Ben Gollings (pictured) predicted today.
November 27 - Rebecca Romero (pictured), the Olympic pursuit champion, is to take part in next year's 550 kilometres (341 miles) London to Paris ride, the organisers announced today.
By Tom Degun in London
November 26 – Plans by London 2012 to move badminton and rhythmic gymnastics to Wembley Arena were today backed by Denis Oswald (pictured), the chairman of the International Olympic Committee's (IOC) Coordination Commission.