By Duncan Mackay
April 17 - Retail giants H&M have signed a four-year deal to dress Sweden's Olympic and Paralympic teams at Sochi 2014 and Rio 2016, it has been announced.
By Duncan Mackay
April 17 - Toronto 2015 are due to face their first inspection visit from the Pan American Sports Organisation (PASO) Coordination Commission this week as they step up plans to host the Pan and Parapan American Games.
April 18 - The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has responded to the World Boxing Council's (WBC) complaint over the International Boxing Association (AIBA) claiming that it is not a matter that they should be dealing with.
April 18 - Hundreds of items used during the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics, including iconic memorabilia signed by some of Britain's greatest competitors, are due to go on sale giving fans a last chance to buy their piece of Games history.
April 17 - An instant review system is to be introduced for the first time by badminton at the Indonesian Open in June, it has been announced.
April 17 - Wilson Kipsang, the defending Virgin London Marathon men's champion, has claimed that the world's top athletes will run the event on Sunday (April 21) "feeling free" despite the two fatal explosions at the Boston Marathon this week.
April 17 - Ali Zaater has been elected as the new President of the African Gymnastics Union (UAG) succeeding fellow Algerian Mohamed Yamani, who after 20 years in office has stepped down.
April 17 - Jessica Long, Victoria Arlen and Ian Silverman are among the London 2012 gold medallists to be named on the United States team for the 2013 International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Swimming World Championships later this year.
April 17 - Rod Carr looks set to be unveiled as the new chairman of UK Sport with the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) to make the official announcement later this week.
April 17 - Alberto Valdés Ramos, who was the oldest surviving member of Mexico's London 1948 Olympic gold medal winning showjumping "dream team", has died at the age of 93.
Protests against McQuaid nomination as bookmaker installs ex-WADA chief as third favourite to take over at UCI
April 17 - Cycling Ireland's vice-president Anthony Moran has resigned in protest at their decision to back Pat McQuaid for a third term as President of the International Cycling Union (UCI).
April 17 - The World Archery Federation (FITA) has signed a partnership agreement with OlympAfrica designed to develop the sport across the continent of Africa, particularly among young people.
April 17 - The Canadian Paralympic Committee (CPC) has announced six individuals who will be inducted into the Canadian Paralympic Hall of Fame next month.
April 17 - Madrid 2020 has named the 12 business start-up projects that will take part in its 2020 for 2020: Startup Madrid initiative that aims to rejuvenate the Spanish economy as part of the Olympic and Paralympic bid.
April 17 - Tickets for the 2013 Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four, the climax of the premier club basketball competition in Europe, at The O2 in London next month have almost sold.