December 3 - South Korea's Park Jong-Woo, whose political protest sparked a diplomatic row with Japan at the London 2012 Olympics, has been banned for two games by FIFA and fined 3,500 Swiss francs (£2,400/$3,800/€2,900), football's world governing body said today.
December 3 - The battle to take control of African football has taken a significant new twist with the announcement that the Ivory Coast is planning to nominate Jacques Anouma to stand against Confederation of African Football (CAF) President Issa Hayatou in next March's elections in Morocco.
December 2 - Tina McKenzie, a member of Australia's wheelchair basketball team that won a silver medal at London 2012, has announced her retirement.
December 1 - Paralympic silver medallist Josh Dueck has been shortlisted for National Geographic's adventurer of the year, alongside Austrian skydiver Felix Baumgartner.
December 3 - The Estádio Olímpico João Havelange is next month set to be confirmed as the venue for rugby sevens when it makes its debut on the Olympic programme at Rio 2016.
December 2 - Former double world 400 metres hurdles champion Jana Pittman has launched a bid to represent Australia in the bobsleigh at Sochi 2014 in the Winter Paralympics.
December 2 - Former three-time Tour de France winner Greg LeMond today called for the International Cycling Union (UCI) to be stripped of its responsibilities for doping in the wake of the Lance Armstrong scandal.
December 2 - Rain, which affected the semi-finals of the Hong Kong Open, cleared in time today for Malaysia's Nicol David to claim her eighth successive title in front of International Olympic Committee (IOC) inspectors preparing a report on squash's bid for inclusion in the 2020 Games.
December 2 - The polluted waters in Strathclyde Loch is one of the biggest threats to Glasgow 2014 hosting a successful Commonwealth Games, a key group led by Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond, has warned.
December 2 - Utah Governor Gary Herbert and Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker are due to announce tomorrow whether they plan to bid again for the Winter Olympics and Paralympics.
December 2 - British Swimming chief executive David Sparkes has promised to introduce the changes proposed in the Performance Debrief launched after Britain's disappointing performance at London 2012, even though it found that there was not one major reason behind the failure.